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For just $271, it’s now cheaper to get flights to Vietnam than across Australia

Posted: 31 December 2018 3:33 pm
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Explore the Southeast Asian country during the dry season and avoid summer crowds.

As part of Flight Centre's End of Year sale, fares to Vietnam have been cut all the way down to as low as $271 return.

This price is available on AirAsia flights from Perth, but you can also fly from Melbourne for $352 return, Gold Coast for $455 return or Sydney from $468.

By comparison, these flights to Ho Chi Minh City from Perth are less than it would cost to fly between Perth and Sydney during this time of year by about $50 a pop.

These fares are available for departures between 20 April and 10 June 2019, which is one of the best times to visit Vietnam because it's before the hot and sticky summer months kick in and the opposite time of year to Vietnam's rainy season meaning better chances for sunny days.

Checked bags, in-flight meals and entertainment aren't included in the price but can be added on when booking.

To book: head over to Flight Centre - International.

FromToPriceTravel DatesBook
PerthHo Chi Minh City$271 return20 April - 10 JuneFlight Centre - International
MelbourneHo Chi Minh City$352 return20 April - 10 JuneFlight Centre - International
Gold CoastHo Chi Minh City$455 return20 April - 10 JuneFlight Centre - International
SydneyHo Chi Minh City$468 return20 April - 10 JuneFlight Centre - International

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