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Ho Chi Minh City has grown to be Vietnam's largest metropolitan and the commercial capital. It’s a city of extraordinary energy with busy streets with countless street vendors, cyclos, food stalls, shops and markets. Hotel de Ville, General Post Office and Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica, these landmark buildings are perhaps the most ornate of all colonial structures in the city.
The Night Tours just takes few hours but you can visits all the famous and local areas of the city, where Saigon citizens often come to relax after a hard-working day. And if you feel extremely tired after the hot daytime in Ho Chi Minh, The Night Tours would be your best choice, enjoying the slight winds and the fresh environment in the suburb area that make you are more relax and make you forget that you’re in a huge city of crowd and unstoppable motorbikes and ready for the day travelling after.
Make a memorable trip to Cu Chi Tunnels with an exciting off-road 4×4 Army Jeep Tour. Walk through the very same tunnels South Vietnamese fighters used during the Vietnam War in Ho Chi Minh City. A local professional tour guide is available to take you through and educate you on each of the amazing sites to be visited.
Delve into the vibrant flora and fauna of Can Gio Biosphere Reserve, a chemically damaged expanse that now teems with life, on a full-day tour from Ho Chi Minh City. Accompanied by an expert naturalist guide, travel the atmospheric mangroves of the UNESCO-listed site by motorized canoe and observe monkeys and nesting birds in their natural habitat. Gain fascinating insight into the complex ecosystem of the enclave and visit a bat lagoon and crocodile swamp. Ascend to the summit of Tang Bong Tower to capture sweeping views of the surrounding and catch a glimpse of Rung Sac Guerilla Base on this captivating tour.
Enjoy a tranquil escape from city life on this 2-day trip to the beaches and dunes of Mui Ne from Ho Chi Minh City. Hike or ride the cable car to the peak of Ta Cu Mountain; see Southeast Asia’s largest reclining Buddha statue; and watch the sunrise from the Red Sand Dunes in Mui Ne. Finally, spend time swimming, sunbathing or enjoying water sports on the beach.
Experience the southern charm of the area as you visit its riverside cities, sample fruits traded in colorful floating markets, feast on a sumptuous lunch in a beautiful orchard and take an eco-tour of Tra Su Bird Sanctuary.
Saigon as the city is still frequently referred to be Vietnam's largest city. It is a fast-paced city full of contrasts as street vendors selling fruit and vegetables can be seen next to glitzy western-style bars and boutiques.
Enjoy a visit to Tay Ninh, home of the unique Cao Dai sect which is a mix of Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism and Christianity.
Spend two days exploring Mekong Delta on a fun-filled tour from Ho Chi Minh. Cruise along small canals past vibrant villages, islands and temples.
Got a spare day in Ho Chi Minh City up your sleeve? Fill it with this full day tour that covers a lot of ground. Museums, markets, monuments, and the every day mayhem of the busy city streets all converge on this Urban Adventure.
Saigon has been known to be a master of culinary delights. Get right down to the soul of this beast of a food city and spend three hours eating like a local. It may seem like non-stop culinary decadence because that's just what it is.
Discover Mekong Delta with a visit to My Tho could bring to you the unforgettable experiences with the honestly and lovely local people. Visit and horse ride in Ben Tre, a most famous coconut-town in Vietnam, full of beautiful scenery.
Start your Story of Saigon with a visit to the War Remnants Museum. End your day with a speedboat trip along the city’s ancient canals where life carries on unchanged
Vietnamese foods are very different from North to South. A short cooking class in Saigon can give you some ideas for simple, delicious recipes that can get you much closer to Vietnams rich cuisine art and food heritage.
The A O Show, which translates phonetically as the Ahh and Ohh Show, depicts a series of stories describing the daily lives of people in Mekong Delta from the past until the present.
This tour is a combination of discovering modern city Saigon and learning about the history of Vietnam. Discover the city highlights of Saigon and then go beneath the ground, and explore 200 km of tunnels!
Step back into Vietnam's not-too-distant past! Tour the historical Cu Chi Tunnels by speedboat to experience wartime life.
Known to most as Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City is a city of contrasts. The pace of life is frenetic, and yet the wide boulevards and parks help the city an air of calm. Classic French architecture competes for attention with brand new high-rise buildings. The port hosts vast tankers and cruise-liners while tiny sampans dart around them on the Saigon River.
The electric mix of old and new in Saigon is the legacy of the many occupiers of the city since the Khmers used for hunting five hundred years ago. When the Frenche took control in the late 19th century, they razed the city and rebuilt it in the image of a European capital. The resulting wide boulevards, elegant French architecture, and leafy ambience remain today, but with a very Asian feel. Sidewalks designed for evening strolls are now lined with food stalls and cafes that spill into the street. The villas left by the French have been converted into the city's best restaurants, and the wide tree-lined streets are abuzz with motorbikes.
Ho Chi Minh City is actually three cities in one, and the official city limits encompass a vast area stretching nearly from the East Sea to the Cambodian border. However, all the major attractions are in the centre of the city and can be reached easily on foot. A foray ti Chinatown requires wheeled transportation, and there is none better than the city's ubiquitous mode of transportation, the cycle. All the sights and sounds of the city can be experienced first-hand and at a leisurely pace, making traveling by cyclo a unique pleasure.