- Tour Plan
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- Accommodation in single twin share room
- Entrance tickets to monuments and museums
- International Air, unless expressly paid for
- Other International flights
- Personal expenses
- Professionally guided tour
- Services not specifically stated in the itinerary
- Tips to guide and driver
- Visa arrangements
After more than 300 years development and historical upheavals, Ho Chi Minh city – formerly known as Saigon – still shine as a modern destination without lacking in tradition.
Located in the heart of the Southern region, Ho Chi Minh is the most cosmopolitan city in Vietnam. Not only is the culinary paradise with a variety of cultures from all regions of Vietnam gathered here, but Saigon is also known as “the sleepless city” because of the noise and excitement all day and night.
When travelling this city, tourists can find many colonial buildings, war relics for Vietnam War as well as modern shopping and entertainment centers. Despite embracing modern living it features a stunning blend of the futuristic and traditional world with ancient building built in French colonial era blending with cutting-edge skyscrapers. One of the must-visit place is Landmark 81 which overtook Bitexco to be the new iconic of Saigon development. Another thing you should not miss when visiting Saigon is experiencing the energy of the city’s nightlife. At night, the city has loads of hot spot where you can let loose and have fun. Out of them, Bui Vien Walking street is one of the most popular areas for relaxing. Or, cruise along Saigon River – the river is flanked by both modern building and rural villages – best way to enjoy the beauty of the whole city.
The cuisine is very diverse and attractive. You can find almost all of the featuring dishes from all part of Vietnam. It is too easy to tough local-snack vendor in street or food zone are very typical of Chinese, Vietnamese behind local market.
Visitors are travelling to Saigon for different reasons, after all they’ll hardly get bored at this sleepless city – a perfect place to explore specific attractions, get to recommended entertaining places and join in inspiring activities.
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Arrive in Ho Chi Minh City – Ho Chi Minh City Tour
Car and guide will pick you up at Ho Chi Minh airport and take you back to your hotel. Then you will move to the war museum, listen to war stories from the perspective of Vietnam. Artifacts include photographs, machines and weapons depicting the harsh reality of war. Next you will move to Thien Hau Temple - one of the most important temples in the city, the temple dedicated to Thien Hau - Goddess of the Sea and patroness of sailors. The delegation will continue to visit the Independence Palace or the Reunification Hall - an architectural work, the residence and working place of the President of the Republic of Vietnam. You will then visit several French colonial structures including Notre Dame, where you will find a large statue of the Virgin Mary greeting you as you enter the styled church. Roman innovation. Next will visit, this great building looks like an elegant train station and the group will pass by the Town Hall to admire the unique architecture of the French colony. After the tour ends, you will return to the hotel and spend the night in the city. Ho Chi Minh.
Cu Chi Tunnel Visit
After having breakfast at the hotel. You will move to Cu Chi tunnels, visit the incredible network of underground tunnels built by Vietnamese soldiers during the arduous and arduous struggle for independence. You'll find trapdoors and underground living quarters, a hospital and an armory. In addition, you will learn more about the use of tunnels in war and the threats soldiers faced. After leaving Cu Chi tunnels, you will return to the city. Ho Chi Minh to rest. Free time to explore Saigon night life in the walking street and food street.
After having breakfast at the hotel, you will proceed to check out and move to the airport to return. The journey ends with great experiences.