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Ho Chi Minh City Tour Full Day

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The Real Deal with Personal Service.

From : $40

The price is based on SIC tour

Price From

No bank fee travelling with us
The Real Deal with Personal Service.

From : $40

The price is based on SIC tour

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Why book with us?

  • Best price guaranteed
  • Close and continuous attention throughout the trip
  • Exclusive trips and made to the letter so that nothing is missing
  • Local agency with a professional and accessible team
Tour Highlight
  • Reunification Palace
  • War Remnants Museum
  • Notre Dame Cathedral
  • Central Post Office
  • Temples
  • Historical sites
  • Car

Participate in the most bustling, bursting-with-life city of Vietnam. Enjoy signature Saigon street food, taste the freshest tropical fruits as you stroll around the city and visit the most famous monuments, each contains countless stories and a historical background of its own. It will take you literally no time to blend into the busy daily life of Saigon, breath the hot air and get wet in a Saigon shower rain that comes as suddenly just as how it leaves. 

Arrival/Departure Locations

Ho Chi Minh City (Google Map)

Services Included

  • Entrance Fees
  • Transportation In All Destinations
  • Lunch
  • Tour Guide

Services Excluded

  • Drinks and personal expenses
  • Any Services not explicitly mentioned in "Services Included"


  • Umbrellas
  • Sunscreen
  • T-Shirts
Tour Details

Detailed Itinerary:HO CHI MINH CITY DAY TOUR

After breakfast at your hotel, private car and native tour guide arrive to pick you up and head to the first destination of Ho Chi Minh City tour.
Visit the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Central Post Office built between 1877 and 1883 by renowned designer Gustav Eiffel.
From the cathedral, take a short stroll along Dong Khoi Street to the Opera House.
Visit the Reunification Palace, once a symbol of the South Vietnamese Government.
Lunch break at Viet village restaurant
In the afternoon continue on to the War Remnants Museum.
Head to Cho Lon – the city’s Chinatown and Thien Hau Pagoda which is dedicated to the Goddess of the Sea. With intricate friezes, carved tableaus and impressive incense coils make for some great photos.
Last stop at a local Market where you can practice your bargaining skills buying souvenirs while discover local life and culture.
Back to your hotel. End of trip