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Ho Chi Minh

We’ve planned the perfect day, making sure you don’t miss any of the highlights this vast Vietnamese metropolis has to offer. Ho Chi Minh City, or SaiGon, is the largest city in the country, so as you’d expect, it’s a fully packed agenda. We’ll take you a whirlwind tour around the most fascinating museums, bustling markets, and tranquil temples and cathedral. There’s even an opportunity to test your bargaining skills at the Ben Thanh market – shopping heaven!

PRICE :  VND

Included:

-Transportation with A/C

- English speaking tour guide

- 1 bottle of mineral water for each guest

- Lunch

- Entrance fees, service charge, tax.

Excluded:

- Travel insurance

- Vietnam visa

- Gratuities for tour guides/drivers

- Beverage & other personal expenses

- Flights

- Accommodation

- Others not clearly mentioned above

 

 

FULL DAY TOUR

Start at 08.00 – Return at 17.00.

We’ve planned the perfect day, making sure you don’t miss any of the highlights this vast Vietnamese metropolis has to offer. HoChi Minh City, or SaiGon, is the largest city in the country, so as you’d expect, it’s a fully packed agenda. We’ll take you a whirlwind tour around the most fascinating museums, bustling markets, and tranquil temples and cathedral. There’seven an opportunity to test your bargaining skills at the Ben Thanh market – shopping heaven! We’ll start our adventure with a trip intoChina Town to visit the bustling BinhTay Market, stopping at the 150 year old Chinese Temple ThienHau, on the way. This beautifully tranquil pagoda is named in honour of the ‘Lady of the Sea’. Next we’ll spend time at the fascinating War Remnants Museum, currently one of the most popular museums in Vietnam, offering a candid glimpse into Vietnam’s own insight of the War. A delicious Vietnamese lunch will be served at a local restaurant. After a chance to recharge, we’ll head off to the Reunification Palace, also known as the Independence Palace, a greatly significant site during the fall of SaiGon.

Another significant landmark in Ho Chi Minh City is Notre Dame Cathedral, where we’ll visit next. Established by French colonists and built between 1863 and 1880, it has 2 impressive bell towers reaching a height of 58 metres. A trip to the historic Central Post Office and XQ embroidery workshop gives us an insight into the working lives of the Vietnamese, past and present, before finishing our day with a shopping extravaganza at the Ben Thanh market. It’s the ideal place to get gifts and souvenirs – at a bargain price!