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Cheap Flights to Hanoi
|Popular in||February||High demand for flights, 5% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||October||Best time to find cheap flights, 3% potential price drop|
|Average price||S$ 238||Average for round-trip flights in 9月 2020|
|Round-trip from||S$ 296||From Singapore to Hanoi|
|One-way from||S$ 231||One-way flight from Singapore to Hanoi|
Cheapest prices for Hanoi flights by month
When is the best time to fly to Hanoi?
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SIN - HAN
S$ 223 - S$ 482
20 - 34 °C
22 - 234 mm
When is the best time to book a flight to Hanoi?
To ensure you get the cheapest price possible for a flight to Hanoi, you should look to book at least 60 days in advance of your intended travel date. The price of your flight may increase if you delay and leave booking until a week or so before departure.
Which day is cheapest to fly to Hanoi?
Sunday is currently, on average, the cheapest day to fly to Hanoi. Flying on Friday will result in higher flight prices.
What time of day is cheapest to fly to Hanoi?
Flights at midday are typically the cheapest time of the day to fly to Hanoi. Flights in the evening are usually the most expensive.
Vietnam’s capital is the beautiful and ancient city of Hanoi. Its stately presence has been influential in Southeast Asia for some few thousand years and the appealing city that stands today still reflects much of this grandeur. Hanoi’s architecture is a fascinating mix. French-colonial style villas stand alongside temples dating back to the 11th century. Indeed, it is the abundance of spiritual buildings – the city has more than 600 temples – along with a calm way of life that often appeals to tourists booking flights to Hanoi. Much less brash than Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi is centred around a lake and its Old Quarter, with narrow streets and large colonial buildings, is appealing to most travellers. However, the city is not just a museum. Though once it was the quiet outpost in Vietnam, today the pace of life is picking up. Businessmen proliferate and tourists are visiting in greater numbers to see the city’s attractions.
Many travellers arrive on Hanoi flights to explore the surrounding areas. The city is a great base from which to visit Ha Long Bay or as a starting point to make a journey south along the length of Vietnam.
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Hanoi has a humid topical climate. Summer is May through September, and it is hot and sticky with lots of rain. June is the hottest month with temperatures in the 30s (Celsius). September through November is sunny weather in the 20s. Winter is November through February and is typically cool and drier. January is the coolest month with temperatures in the low teens and a cold northeasterly wind. March and April temperatures rise to the 20s with a constant drizzle. The typhoon season is July to November.
Reservations for Tet, the lunar New Year, must be made far in advance. Most businesses close for the holiday, including museums and shops. The holiday lasts for a week and falls between January 19 and February 20.
The tourist season peaks again from late June through August and October through Tet. The most pleasant time to visit is September to December when it is less humid.
There are fewer tourists January (except for Tet) through March when it is wet and chilly. April through May are drizzly but not yet too hot.
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Save yourself the hassle of dealing with Hanoi’s traffic and crowds and take a taxi. Cab companies are very competitive, so service is prompt. All the taxis are metered and it’s easy to call a cab or hail one from a taxi stand. If you’re feeling adventurous, try a motorbike taxi. If you want to take it easy, have a tour operator, travel agency or local tourist café hire you a car or driver. You can also rent bicycles from any hotel or café in the centre of town. Make sure the bike has a lock and bring a helmet. If you’re really brave, it’s easy to rent a motorcycle as well. Be careful on Hanoi’s busy streets. Motorcycle accidents are the leading cause of death and injury to foreigners in Vietnam.
Walking can also be hazardous, so be aware of traffic and follow locals whenever possible. Try to keep a steady pace and don’t panic when crossing the street. You can flag down a cyclo (pedicab), but you’ll need to determine a fare before boarding. Avoid taking a cyclo at night though. It’s always a good idea to know where you’re going, and bring a map so you can point out your destination. Many cyclo drivers don’t speak English, and this will help both of you get where you’re going. Avoid the public buses altogether. They may be cheap, but they’re also slow, crowded and poorly labelled.