Fold it neatly and place it on the bottom, and you’re ready to go!
8. Dress smartly
You should choose simple and lightweight clothes such as a tank top and shorts instead of jeans.
You should avoid wearing tight, thick, water-soaked clothes that will be very uncomfortable, causing itching and rash.
Also, you should bring clothes that are easy to dry. Don’t forget to bring a pair of plastic sandals to move if the road is slippery!
9. Always have a backup plan
To make the best of your trip, you can visit some indoor attractions if you change your plan during the storm.
In the rainy season, visiting museums, cultural exhibitors, entertainment areas, or trying dishes is an excellent idea.
In case you can not go out of your hotel, you can still visit the cafe at the hotel or a nearby location.
Also, don’t forget to have an off-line map and save the address of nearby shelters in heavy rains.
10. Enjoy the rain
Besides the tips above, adapting to the weather and the environment will give you an authentic experience while traveling to Vietnam in the rainy season.
There are truly breathtaking views in the rain, and there are also dishes that are best to try on rainy days.
The beauty of Vietnam in the rainy season
There are cities in Vietnam where rain seems to accentuate its charm further and capturing visitors’ footsteps.
Hue is such a city. You can enjoy hot and spicy dishes such as Bun Bo Hue, Banh Beo, or Banh Xeo, having a warm cup of tea while listening to the raindrops pouring outside.
Another place that brings a unique beauty on rainy days is Hoi An.
Choosing a cafe located on the 2nd floor of an old house, sipping a cup of hot coffee while looking at the rain cover on the old houses, is an unforgettable experience when you travel to Hoi An Vietnam.