Vietnam's Car Rental Prices Increase up to 50% for New Year

Vung Tau is a common tourist spot in Vietnam. Photo via Wikimedia/Hoangvantoanajc
Vung Tau is a common tourist spot in Vietnam. Photo via Wikimedia/Hoangvantoanajc

During the Tet holiday or Lunar New Year in Vietnam, car rental prices are expected to increase between 30% and 50%, according to a report by Tuoi Tre News. The Tet holiday occurs between Feb. 8 and Feb. 22.

A common rental car, including Innova, Vios and Laceti, costs between $35.88USD and $44.86 per day during the Tet holiday. These cars generally cost about $29.15 per day, according to the report.

Most visitors in Vietnam rent cars to travel to Vung Tau, Nha Trang and Da Lat, Hoang Ngoc Quang, a director of a travel transport cooperative in Ho Chi Minh City, told Tuoi Tre News.

Click here for the full Tuoi Tre News report.

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