Pounds GBP to Vietnamese dong VND exchange rate

  • Buy your Vietnamese dong online at Post Office 

  • Check the GBP to Vietnamese dong exchange rate for the best deal

  • Order your Vietnamese dong online and pick up the next working day in branch

Buy travel money

GBP The minimum spend is £400

Buy more for a better online rate

Min £400.00, max £2,500.00

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Easy travel money for your Vietnam vacation

From vibrant cities to secluded beaches, French colonial houses and Chinese temples to skyscrapers, colourful street markets to designer boutiques, Vietnam is a country of contrast.

At Post Office, it’s simple to get your travel money for your trip – online or in branch. With Click & Collect you can order Vietnamese dong online and pick up in any branch as early as the next working day. We can also deliver online orders to your home.

Buy Vietnamese currency online and you could also get a better rate than buying in branch. Buying when the exchange rate favours the pound is another way to save money.

If you bring any banknotes home we’ll buy them back commission-free. Or if your trip’s cancelled, we’ll refund you your holiday money. And with Post Office Travel Insurance to cover your trip, it’s one less thing to check off before you take off.

Get our best Vietnamese dong rates online. The more you buy the better the rate

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Get your Vietnamese currency from Post Office

  • Voted ‘Best Foreign Exchange/Travel Money Retailer’ at the British Travel Awards 2020
  • 0% commission and competitive rates on over 60 currencies – including the Vietnamese dong
  • Order travel money online or in any participating Post Office branch up to five days in advance
  • Get our best rates online and better rates the more you buy (minimum order £400, maximum £2,500)
  • Collect in branch or get home delivery (free on online orders of £500 or more, £4.99 under £500)
  • Order by 3pm on a working day for delivery the next working day (by Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed® by 1pm)
  • Order on a Friday for home delivery on Saturday for a small £1.50 charge
  • We’ll buy back any leftover Vietnamese dong notes commission-free
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Click & Collect at branch

Need your holiday money quickly? Collect it from the dedicated Travel Money counter at your nearest participating Post Office

Click & Deliver service

Want your cash delivered tomorrow? Order by 3pm today for delivery to your home 

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Travel smart

Travel smart in Vietnam with our free Post Office Travel and currency converter apps for iOS and Android. It’s easy to convert local prices into pounds and keep track of your holiday spending.

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How far will my money go in Vietnam?

As in many other parts of Asia, street markets are a cheap and interesting alternative to eating in restaurants. Street dishes cost as little as 3,000 or 4,000 VND, but portions are small so you might need more than one to fill you up.

Taxi car rides cost about 10,000 to 15,000 VND – less than 50p – per kilometre. Buses are very cheap but can be uncomfortable and overcrowded, so you might prefer a first-class bus or bus tour. Bike hire costs around 68,000 to 160,700 VND, or about £2-5.

Museums and national parks charge around 15,000 to 40,000 VND for admission. But if you use a guide inside a park you may have to pay much more. Park transport can be expensive too.

  • Hiring a taxi driver for the day to get around and see the sights could cost as little as £5
  • In Hoi An, a three-course meal for two with wine will cost you around £44.42
  • A bottle of water costs around 55p, a coffee about £1.27 and a beer £1.82
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Some common questions

More questions about travel money

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