Is January a good time to visit Vietnam?
Visiting Vietnam in January
Dry and pleasant weather can be enjoyed throughout most of Vietnam at this time of year. River travel is at its peak, with cruises along the Mekong Delta and the Red River. For the best beach weather, we recommend heading to Phu Quoc for guaranteed sunshine, with highs of 86°F.
How warm is it in Vietnam in January?
In the cooler north, average temperatures are 18°C during the month of January. The south has warmer temperatures of around 26°C, while central regions are 23°C on average. Rain is not likely in the north or south of the country, while the inland mountains may experience a few wet days at the beginning of the month.
Is it cold in Hanoi in January?
January is a relatively cold month in Hanoi with an average temperature of 17.4°C. Hanoi’s temperature in January is between 14.6°C (58.28°F) – at the lowest and 20.7°C (69.26°F) – at the highest.
Does Vietnam ever snow?
The only snow in Vietnam falls in the northern mountainous regions of the country. It doesn’t snow in the town of Sapa often but the top of Mount Fansipan can get dusted with snow. Parts of the Annamite Range, possibly the most beautiful mountains we’ve ever seen, can also get snow between December and February.
Which part of Vietnam is cold?
Northern Vietnam, which includes the popular tourist destinations of Sapa, Hanoi, and Ha Long Bay becomes cold in the winter. The temperature in this region in winter fluctuates from 10 degrees Celsius to 22 degrees Celsius.