Cheap flights to Vietnam!
Jeju Air is offering an interesting price for flights from Seoul, South Korea to Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam with tickets available from only $126 return!
Friendly, exotic, tropical, and historic – these are only a few words Vietnam can be described with. You’ll find there perfect beaches, fascinating cities, and many ancient monuments to explore! Go there and enjoy it!
Hang Son Doong, the world's largest cave
Become one of the lucky few who have had the life changing experience of exploring the world’s largest cave. It is located in the heart of the Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park, in Central Vietnam. Discovered in 2009, "The Mountain River Cave" has only been open to the public since 2013.
At over 5km long, with sections reaching up to 200m tall and 150m wide, Hang Son Doong is large enough to fit entire 40-story skyscraper within its walls! It even has a jungle, river and its own localised weather system with misty clouds and cool wind. Discover foreign landscapes with stalagmites up to 80m high - the tallest ever encountered!
To find out more go to Lonely Planet online shop >> or Destination Fly4free: Vietnam>>
To check all available dates follow the links below and use the weekly view on Jeju Air website.
Seoul – Ho Chi Minh City – Seoul
One cabin bag per passenger.
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