Today, the city’s core is still adorned with wide elegant boulevards and historic French colonial buildings. The majority of these tourist spots are located in District 1 and are a short leisurely distance from each other. Reunification Palace,Notre Dame Catheral,Remnants Museum,..Like many of Vietnam’s smaller cities, the city boasts a multitude of restaurants serving typical Vietnamese dishes such as phở or rice vermicelli.
Historic or Cutural Trip
Explore Ho Chi Minh City’s historic by the locals, and experience the city as it was before the war. Traveling by cyclos which is the typical pedicabs of the city, experience local life up close, stopping to enjoy tasty food. Ho Chi Minh City Tour visits the War Remnants Museum – originally opened in September 1975, it displays old military equipment and other related items from Vietnam War. We continue to visit the Reunification Palace, formerly known as the Presidential Palace that was the sight of South Vietnam’s Surrender in April 1975. Walk down to see Notre Dame Cathedral and General Post Office which are beautiful examples of architecture from the French colonial period. After that, you transfer to local restaurant for enjoying Vietnamese food.
Explore Ho Chi Minh City’s historic Chinatown, named Cho Lon, or “Big Market,” by the locals, and experience the city as it was before the war. Chinatown was established as early as Saigon, and is where the Ming Dynasty Chinese first settled in Vietnam. They live their lives much as they did before 1975, doing business and continuing their traditions as the country develops around them. Traveling by cyclo – the typical pedicabs of the city – experience local life up close, stopping to enjoy tasty food. Feel the hustle and bustle of street vendors selling a mixture of herbs for traditional medicine. Snake your way down tiny alleys on the agile vehicles, passing many small, family-run businesses. Along the way, you will come across the 250-year-old Lady Thien Hau Temple (God of the Sea), as well as the historic South Saigon Cha Tam Church. Then you have time for shopping at Binh Tay Market, Before transferring back to your hotel. We let you experient Vietnamses local food at our restaurant.
• Pick-up and drop off at hotels or private houses in district 1
• Transportation by cyclo (pedicab)
• Entrance fees
• Mineral water
• English-speaking guide
• Lunch/ dinner
-Personal entertainment expenses.