Travel Vaccinations for Vietnam

Vaccines To Consider When Visiting Vietnam

Our travel specialists and GPs will carefully review your travel itinerary and collaborate with you to determine the most suitable vaccines and tablets for you and your family. This way, you can fully enjoy your travel experience, take in the sights, and create lasting memories while staying protected.

Hepatitis A Vaccine

Japanese Encephalitis Vaccine

Rabies Vaccinations


Hepatitis B

Diptheria, Tetanus, Polio

Cholera (oral)

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  1. Hepatitis A Vaccine:
  2. Japanese Encephalitis Vaccine:
  3. Rabies Vaccinations:
  4. Typhoid:
  5. Hepatitis B:
  6. Diptheria, Tetanus, Polio:
  7. Cholera

Book Your Vaccinations for Vietnam Online

Travel Vaccines for Vietnam

Planning a trip to Vietnam? At Travel Vaccine Clinic, we prioritise your health and safety. Our comprehensive travel vaccination services ensure you’re well-protected against potential health risks during your visit to Vietnam.

Renowned for its stunning beaches, rivers, and vibrant cities, Vietnam is inhabited by a population exceeding 95 million. With its inviting climate and sunny days, the country entices more than 280,000 British tourists annually, offering them a chance to immerse themselves in its markets, landscapes, and traditions.

Amidst the plethora of attractions Vietnam boasts, tourists might inadvertently overlook potential hazards during their visit. The country’s hot climate exposes visitors to various infections and diseases uncommon in the UK. It is imperative to comprehend these potential risks before embarking on a trip to Vietnam.

Prior to embarking on your Vietnam journey, ensuring that you have all the necessary travel vaccines is paramount to safeguarding against contracting diseases abroad. Even if you’ve received vaccinations in the past, some may require booster shots to maximise their efficacy.

Hepatitis A

Hepatitis A is prevalent in Vietnam and is primarily spread through contaminated food and water. Our vaccination protects you from this infectious disease, ensuring a worry-free journey.

Hepatitis B

Although not as common in Vietnam, Hepatitis B is a serious viral infection transmitted through bodily fluids. Whether through medical care, recreational drug use, accidents, or sexual activity, getting vaccinated is imperative for your safety.

Typhoid Fever Vaccination

With a high mortality rate, typhoid fever is a bacterial infection caused by consuming contaminated food or water. Travelers, especially those visiting isolated areas, should receive the typhoid vaccine.

Japanese Encephalitis

Found in rural farming villages, Japanese encephalitis is a viral illness transmitted by mosquitoes. Travelers planning extended stays in such areas should prioritize this vaccine due to its significant mortality rate.


Crucial for outdoor activities, the rabies vaccine is highly recommended, especially in rural areas. Protect yourself and young children from potential rabies infections and animal attacks.


Cholera is an oral vaccination recommended to aid workers and those going to areas with cholera outbreaks.

Yellow Fever

While not mandatory for Vietnam, proof of yellow fever vaccination may be required if you’ve visited regions where the disease is prevalent. Be aware of potential quarantine if you lack documentation upon arrival.

Book your Travel Vaccinations for Vietnam with Travel Clinics

Book your free travel appointment through our online calendar. Simply select a date and time that works for you, enter your details, and book your travel vaccine appointment.

We can advise you on the optimal timing to schedule your vaccination, but we suggest contacting us six to eight weeks prior to your departure to ensure adequate preparation.

Our GPs will inform you of any specific considerations you should be aware of based on the type of vaccine you need. It’s important to take these into account to ensure a safe and effective vaccination experience.

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