Want to learn Vietnamese in Vietnam this year? Our group classes are the perfect way to nail the essentials down and get speaking fast.
HOMESTAY IN SAIGON
Living in a Homestay in Saigon is a sure fire way to make fast progress with your Vietnamese language skills.
LTL Homestay programs are the most popular accommodation choice with our students.
80% of our students across all of our destinations choose to live with a local family to experience genuine linguistic immersion.
And the results are fantastic.
We are experts at organising homestay programs and have been doing so since 2007.
Coupled with a group class program there is no better way to boost your Vietnamese ability.
LTL Homestay in Saigon
100% Immersion | Speak Vietnamese 24/7 with your new family, join activities on the weekend and get to know the real Vietnam.
Only The Best | We’ve been working with homestay families since 2007. You can rest assured that your experience with our homestay families in Saigon will be the best you’ll get.
Half Board | Every homestay in Saigon will include breakfast and dinner. You’ll get to sample the very best food this amazing cuisine has to offer.
15+ Years of Experience
Top Team | Our international team is always growing and we are all experts. We are always available to help you.
No Additional Fees | There are no hidden fees with LTL. WiFi, bills and heating are all included in the final price of your homestay. All prices are clear and transparent at LTL.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ RATED | With experience comes quality. We’ve got a whole host of amazing reviews all over the internet. Whether it be on the likes of Google, Trustpilot or Facebook. You can trust us.
HOMESTAY IN SAIGON // WHAT TO EXPECT
All our homestays in Saigon are half board meaning you will be provided with breakfast and dinner every day. These meals are included in the price.
The progress you can make during such an immersive experience is unrivalled.
You can study in a classroom all you want but there is nothing quite like the experience of using what you have learnt in the classroom with native speakers who can introduce you to a whole new world of Vietnamese.
|Saigon Homestay | The House||Saigon Homestay | The Room|
|24/7 exposure to Vietnamese||Beddings fully provided|
|Authentic home cooked Vietnamese food||Internet available in all homestays|
|Spend time with your family as you wish||Bed, desk, closet, air conditioning|
|Closer to LTL’s School in Vietnam||Lock and key|
|Washing machine available||Bathroom shared with the family|
WHAT YOU’LL DO WITH YOUR HOMESTAY FAMILY
Our students get up to a whole host of activities with our homestays in Saigon, and the possibilities are endless:
- Enjoy home cooked food such as Bún Bò Huế and Bánh Xèo with your family everyday
- Discover parts of Saigon a tourist wouldn’t
- Embrace Vietnamese TV
- Meet other friends and family members
- Immerse yourself into Vietnamese culture like you never thought possible
- Get involved in any Vietnamese National Holidays just as the locals would
- Learn how to make killer Vietnamese dishes in the kitchen
- Partake in local clubs of your choosing through family contacts
All of these activities are possible and much more.
No Accommodation Finders Fee
No Registration Fees
Other Important Information
PLEASE NOTE || If you wish to stay with a Vietnamese homestay family during Tết Nguyên Đán (Vietnamese New Year) there is a 70USD supplement. Staying with a Vietnamese family during the biggest holiday and celebration of the year is a magical and unforgettable experience where you’ll be treated to a whole host of incredible home cooked dishes and celebrations that you would not experience at any other time of the year.
The supplement covers all additional costs and is applicable for anyone staying with a family during one of the holidays.
If you have specific requirements please speak to us, we can cater for anyone.
- Vegan, vegetarian, halal and gluten free
- Other special dietary requirements
- Allergies: pets or peanuts, we can help
Included in your Saigon Homestay is:
- Your own bedroom
- Desk, bed & sheets
- WiFi, heating, air-con and all bills
- Only one student per homestay
More English? Want a family with a basic grasp of English as a back-up? We can arrange this.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
If I don’t want to stay in a homestay, what are my options?
Typically students who don’t stay in a homestay would select their own accommodation.
If you wish to find out more about our homestays you can contact us here.
Can I book a homestay without booking a course?
Do I get a house key?
Yes of course.
How do you decide who to pair me with?
The key is getting to know you before placing you.
We speak to you to get an idea of what makes you tick.
Your likes, your hobbies, your passions etc.
As we have a wide range of families all with different traits and hobbies, this allows us to make the perfect match.
Can I change my homestay if I am not happy?
You can yes, but speak to us and we’ll try and find a way to resolve it.
This rarely happens but if the situation is one that is best changed, we will be able to assist you.
How do I get to my homestay family from the airport?
We can come and pick you up.
You can also make your own way if you fancy a challenge to get yourself started but typically after a long flight students prefer to be take directly by our drivers.
Our airport pickup is one of a number of additional services which we provide.
You can find out more about our extra Saigon services here.
Can someone come and stay over in my room?
No this is not possible.
Your host family would find this rude and disrespectful.
Will I receive information about my host family before?
Yes. We will send you an information pack to your email.
Can I wash my clothes?
Yes of course.
All homestays have washing machines and everything you need to freshen up your wardrobe.
If you’re lucky, your homestay family may even do your washing for you!
Can I come home late at night?
As long as you show respect, be quiet, and don’t make loud noises then this is fine.
Please make sure to let your family know if you are having dinner outside, so they don’t wait for your return to eat.
Should I say Saigon or Ho Chi Minh City?
Ho Chi Minh City (or HCMC) is the official name of the city.
It has been called Saigon for centuries, but the name was changed from Saigon to Ho Chi Minh in 1975 at the end of the Vietnam war.
A lot of people still call the city Saigon as it is shorter and easier. The airport code is even SGN still!
However, all official written documentation should only list Ho Chi Minh City.