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What to Prepare for a Long Haul Flight to/from Vietnam

More than 8 hours of getting stuck in a tight seating area on a plane are exhausting, especially for economy-class passengers. Along with needed traveling items, here is the list of 5 essentials of what to prepare for a long haul flight to Vietnam to get rid of flying hassles and have a relaxing start for your trip.

For a safe flight to Vietnam:

Face Masks

Disposable medical face masks can be found in almost every pharmacy or convenience store in Vietnam. Still, it is better to protect yourself in crowded places such as the airport – especially during flu seasons. Recommended face masks for traveling Vietnam

Read more about Is it necessary to wear a face mask in Vietnam?

Other health-related items:

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For much-needed comfort on the plane:

First and foremost, dress comfy! You don’t want to spend the entire flight in tight jeans, or fidgeting on your seat to fix your skirt. Warm, breathable and lightweight clothing is suggested, such as slip-on shoes, sandals, cotton socks, or a light jacket, etc.

Neck Pillows

Don’t accept the neck pain as an inevitable fact of long haul flight to Vietnam. Choose a neck pillow that has the perfect size of head-propping so that you can comfortably fall asleep during your long trip without waking up from your head falling over.

What to prepare for a long haul flight to from Vietnam Neck PillowsThe TRTL neck pillow (pronounced ‘turtle’) can contour to any neck, jaw or shoulder shape but only half the size of the traditional neck pillow

Sleeping Eye Mask

If you are asking yourself on what to prepare for a long haul flight to Vietnam, a sleeping eye mask is hands-down on the top of the list. Comfortable eye patches can not only help you sleep on the plane, and also to adjust to the jet lag when in Vietnam.

What to prepare for a long haul flight to from Vietnam Sleeping Eye Patches

See our selections for the eye masks recommended by travelers

Noise-canceling Earplugs

Earplugs are always on top of the list of what to prepare for a long haul flight to Vietnam or anywhere else. They do work out in blocking out all disturbing noises and bring you a good sleep, particularly in the worst scenarios of flying next to a snoring seatmate or crying baby.

What to prepare for a long haul flight to from Vietnam Noise canceling Earplugs

Prepare noise-canceling earplugs that don’t put too much strain on your ears

To keep you entertained:

Noise-canceling Headphones

headphones flight to vietnam

Any professional travelers would advise investing in quality noise-canceling headphones for stress-free entertainment on the flight. Here are the best headphones on the market:

Sony WH 1000XM3

Bose 700

Books or Audiobooks

If you are a bookworm, your book can be a recreational way to kill lengthy hours on the plane. In case a physical copy is too bulky, get an audiobook version or carry your Kindle with you.

What to prepare for a long haul flight to from Vietnam Books or Audiobooks

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Spare Battery

Recommended brands:

Anker PowerCore 1000

INIU Portable Charger

anker flight to vietnam

Snacks

Is there anything left you are still missing on what to prepare for a long haul flight to Vietnam? Think of when you get starving when the lights are out, and flight attendants are nowhere to be found? Make sure to have some light snacks along with you to curb your cravings any time during such a long flight.

What to prepare for a long haul flight to from Vietnam Snacks 1

Satisfy your hunger by healthy protein bars

Snacks 3 original pictures

When flying from Vietnam, grab a piece of Banh Mi from a local vendor before going to the airport

Concluding Thoughts on What to Prepare for a Long Haul Flight to/from Vietnam

I hope our article on what to prepare for a long haul flight to Vietnam helps you to pack all the essentials. Also, don’t forget to stay hydrated by drinking enough water as well as walk up and down the aisle every few hours to boost blood flow. If you are still wondering how to make most of your trip to Vietnam, spend some time on the plane checking our blog on the highly recommended activities.

More travel tips for first-time travelers to Vietnam:

What to bring in Ho Chi Minh City

What not to bring in Ho Chi Minh City

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