Dress Code in Vietnam
- Always dress appropriately and conservatively. In Vietnam, the dress code is casual. Unless you want to dress for dinner in the top-end hotels and up-market restaurants, there's no need to bring smart outfits and accessories.
- DO always be aware when entering someone’s home, local dwellings or visiting religious sites such as temples/pagodas, it is a must to remove your shoes at the front door.
- Never wear shorts, dresses or skirts, or tops with low-neck lines and bare shoulders to Temples and Pagodas. To do this is considered extremely rude and offensive.