Vietnam may be one of the least expensive countries in an already favorable financial environment. If you planned to spend $25 USD per day, you would need pretty much nothing. Lodgings are only a couple of bucks a day, and you can get tasty road nourishment for around $1 USD. (You can visit the country serenely for $50–75 USD per day, assuming you’re searching for more extravagance.)
Make sure to invest some energy in the feverish capital of Hanoi and visit HaLong Narrows when you’re in the north. In the south, don’t miss the Chu Chi Passages close to Ho Chi Minh City (utilized by the Viet Cong during the conflict with the US).
For a few brave exercises, such as canyoning and precipice bouncing, go to Da Lat. If you’re searching for seashores, Nha Trang and Mui Ne should be at the top of your list!