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Ho Chi Minh City/Hanoi Ret Perth $205/ $239, Melb $269/ $302, Sydney $273/ $358, Gold Coast $318/ $338 on Scoot @ IWTF

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Scoot is having a sale on flights to Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi in Vietnam Travel during March - May and August/September 2019.

$205 Return Perth to Ho Chi Minh City Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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12/May 28/May $205 View Flight
11/May 26/May $205 View Flight
11/May 28/May $205 View Flight
14/Mar 29/Mar $205 View Flight
26/Apr 11/May $205 View Flight
26/Apr 13/May $205 View Flight
14/Mar 20/Mar $205 View Flight
14/Mar 30/Mar $205 View Flight
28/Aug 10/Sep $219 View Flight
28/Aug 07/Sep $219 View Flight

$269 Return Melbourne to Ho Chi Minh City Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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14/Mar 28/Mar $269 View Flight
09/Sep 25/Sep $269 View Flight
28/Aug 12/Sep $269 View Flight
05/Sep 18/Sep $269 View Flight
05/Sep 17/Sep $269 View Flight
28/Aug 06/Sep $269 View Flight
24/May 29/May $269 View Flight
09/Sep 24/Sep $269 View Flight
05/Sep 20/Sep $269 View Flight
09/May 24/May $269 View Flight

$273 Return Sydney to Ho Chi Minh City Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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26/Apr 12/May $273 View Flight
03/May 15/May $273 View Flight
07/May 15/May $273 View Flight
05/Sep 21/Sep $273 View Flight
08/May 24/May $273 View Flight
21/Aug 06/Sep $273 View Flight
18/Mar 03/Apr $273 View Flight
15/Sep 22/Sep $273 View Flight
03/May 13/May $273 View Flight
03/May 12/May $273 View Flight

$318 Return Gold Coast to Ho Chi Minh City Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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08/May 24/May $318 View Flight
04/Sep 20/Sep $318 View Flight
12/Mar 28/Mar $318 View Flight
27/Aug 12/Sep $318 View Flight
03/Sep 19/Sep $318 View Flight
21/Aug 05/Sep $318 View Flight
04/Sep 19/Sep $318 View Flight
11/Mar 26/Mar $318 View Flight
11/Mar 28/Mar $318 View Flight
13/Mar 28/Mar $318 View Flight

$239 Return Perth to Hanoi Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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12/May 28/May $239 View Flight
11/May 26/May $239 View Flight
28/Apr 13/May $239 View Flight
12/May 27/May $239 View Flight
10/Mar 25/Mar $239 View Flight
13/May 28/May $239 View Flight
11/May 28/May $239 View Flight
28/Apr 12/May $239 View Flight
12/May 26/May $239 View Flight
06/May 24/May $239 View Flight

$302 Return Melbourne to Hanoi Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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09/May 27/May $302 View Flight
03/May 24/May $302 View Flight
12/May 28/May $302 View Flight
11/May 28/May $302 View Flight
20/Aug 06/Sep $302 View Flight
10/May 27/May $302 View Flight
06/May 24/May $302 View Flight
13/May 31/May $302 View Flight
11/Sep 28/Sep $333 View Flight
10/Sep 28/Sep $333 View Flight

$338 Return Gold Coast to Hanoi Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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08/May 24/May $338 View Flight
06/May 24/May $338 View Flight
10/May 24/May $338 View Flight
11/May 24/May $338 View Flight
10/May 27/May $361 View Flight
08/May 27/May $361 View Flight
11/Mar 28/Mar $374 View Flight
11/Mar 25/Mar $374 View Flight
11/Mar 29/Mar $374 View Flight
27/Mar 11/Apr $386 View Flight

$358 Return Sydney to Hanoi Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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08/May 24/May $358 View Flight
11/May 27/May $358 View Flight
11/May 26/May $358 View Flight
10/May 27/May $358 View Flight
12/May 27/May $358 View Flight
08/May 26/May $358 View Flight
06/May 24/May $358 View Flight
10/May 24/May $358 View Flight
13/May 27/May $358 View Flight
13/May 26/May $358 View Flight

All flights are with Scoot (a subsidiary of Singapore Airlines) and involve layovers in Singapore in both directions. Most of these are brief, but some may be longer, so take the opportunity to get out of the airport and explore the city. Australian passport holders don't need a Visa to visit Singapore.

Scoot are a low cost carrier, so all checked baggage and in-flight meals will be extra.

Can I use my own dates? Yes - just click the link closest to your preferred dates and then change the dates once the search has completed.

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  • +5

    Dang that's cheap. Already going to Japan in May so will give it a miss but thanks for posting!

  • Hi everyone,

    I've never flown with Scoot before, so I was wondering how are people's experiences flying with them (in regards to service, baggage, food, seating)? How are they compared to Jetstar?

    Thank you!

    • Seats are comfortable (I'm 5'10"), no onboard entertainment, you can't bring food from outside (the FAs will warn you when they see you eating outside food).

      • So strict rule, isn't it? I usually bring snacks or bread on Jetstar, without any warning from airline staff.

      • I always (~10 times) bring food from outside without any warning.

      • +2

        seat are comfortable? lolwhat?

        • +1

          I feel that the seats are wider with better leg room, back rest is better as well if compared with other budget airlines in asia.

      • -3

        I wouldn't say they are comfy hahah …but could have been worse…

        Yes u can't bring food..lol last time I booked prem economy and brought in some vodka (the tiny ones)…started drinking then got told off.

      • Even in business class. Was flying to Singapore a few weeks back and the FA slapped the food out of a guys hand and yelled at him. That was my last trip with Scoot. She would get no commission from items bought on board so had no incentive to do that short of just wanting to be an idiot.

    • They wouldn't give me tap water via refilling my water bottle. Despite their in flight guides recommending to stay dehydrated.

      That and their extremely expensive onboard food, they are fine as a budget airline but very much at the end of my list.

  • +1

    This is the cheapest I've ever seen Melb to HCMC. Lots of dates in the dry season too!

    • When's considered their dry season?

      • +2

        If you're willing to fly soon, March-Early May should be dry and not too hot. Great time to visit!

    • Wow is this new? I remember last time I went to
      Vietnam I had to post my passport to their embassy in Canberra!

    • +2

      That website is painful to read. I don't get why these countries don't hire one of the thousands of Vietnamese that studied in English-speaking countries.

      And I just want to remind people to always check Smarttraveller for visa acquisition tips. I've had to use alternate methods en route but the majority of people just need to know the scam-free method.

      • +1

        I don't get why these countries don't hire one of the thousands of Vietnamese that studied in English-speaking countries

        Because no one spent thousands of dollars study aboard want a $300 (monthly) job.

        • +1

          Yeah I get that. I just assumed that those that inevitably don't make it in foreign owned companies would end up in government jobs anyway and they'd feel comfortable in such a job (assuming all communist jobs pay around the same).

  • wow good deal! Any chance you could prolonged the stay in singapore? Thinking of staying an extra day or 2 in sg too

  • What to do with the overnight layover in SG until the 1pm final flight?

    • Worth a trip into the city and see the sights. We hired a bike through one of the share bike app thingos and did a self-guided tour of the bay. We also hit up chinatown for that big food hall (hawker chan wasnt open, unfortunately) and also Jumbo's in Clarke Quay later in the night for some chilli crab. If you're into shopping then Orchard road might be of interest to you as well.

      • So maybe find a hostel to sleep for the night

        • Exactly what we did, though we stayed at the Fullerton

        • I just sleep on the floor. plenty to do at singapore airport.

  • So which one is better?

    HCM or Hanoi? As a family with 1 kid?

    • +4

      Personally I would recommend Ha Noi as it is more authentic, somewhat smaller and I find it more interesting in general and having more sights to see.

    • +1

      If you have the time, fly into one & home from the other (assuming this deal allows that).
      Internal flights in between are really cheap.

    • +1

      Hanoi is beautiful especially if you stay around the lake over a weekend. They close all the roads around the lake and there are people performing, people playing music and generally just having a good time. I absolutely love it!

  • Am I missing something? When I clicked on the link, the advertised price is nowhere to be seen? All more expensive

    • Probably a bit late, at this price the cheapest fares would have been snatched up. I looked when it was first posted and there were tonnes of cheap fares.

      • also try desktop and mobile versions of the site it may show diffrent prices.

  • So for someone who hasn't been overseas in many, many years… I assume I need to enter my passport number when booking any flight?
    And how can I adjust the length of the Singapore stopover - seems you can't do it on IWTF, and Skyscanner (where you can enter a multi-trip) doesn't result in fares the same price…

    • where are you flying from and to ? scoot has some long layovers in Singapore .
      If you do a multi city flight it will be much more expansive.

      • Well, I was interested in that HCM/Hanoi flight from Perth but I'm really very flexible - I wouldn't mind leaving from Melbourne then returning to Perth tbh. Or going somewhere else in Asia!
        OK, thanks for confirming multicity s more expensive, and seems to be calculated differently…
        A long layover is exactly what I'm looking for - is there a way to search for the flights that have the long layovers in Singapore?

        • looks like you can get a day easily. how long do you want the layover ?

          alternatively book the singapore > ho chi minh or other asian destination as its own ticket allowing plenty of time for delays.

          • @shadowangel: 3-5 days would be great… But if I booked as it's own that would be multi-trip and more expensive?

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