Exploring the biggest and busiest city in Vietnam
From the 1954 to 1975, Saigon was the capital of South Vietnam. Since July, 1976, Vietnam has become an unified country under communist regime. Saigon was renamed Ho Chi Minh city. Nowadays, Ho Chi Minh city is the center for economy, education and commerce in Vietnam.
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The distance between Phu My port and Saigon city center is 70 km.
The driver and I will meet you at your hotel lobby. Then we will do this tour by seeing many places as follows;
•The Jade Emperor pagoda, history museum or the war museum, some famous landmarks of the city (the Unification Palace, the Notre Dame Cathedral, City hall), the roof of an apartment building where the last helicopter picked up evacuees the day before the fall of Saigon (this is exclusive and unique to my tour), the local market and then stop for coffee and light refreshments near the new urban area of Saigon. If you wish to have lunch, I can recommend to you a local restaurant where you can dine on delicious Vietnamese food at a very reasonable price.
For me, the most important thing is your satisfaction. I am flexible about the itinerary to ensure you can see a lot of interesting places and enjoy traditional Vietnamese food.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Your hotel lobby, Ho Chi Minh city (Saigon).
End location: Your hotel lobby, Ho Chi Minh city (Saigon).
Duration: 7 hours 30 min.
1 - 2 passengers - (7 seater car)
3 - 10 passengers - (16 seater minibus)
All vehicles have A/C.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 USD - souvenirs, clothes and other expenses.
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Khoa is amazing! He is very knowledgeable on his history of Saigon and cultures. He's extremely friendly and is clearly liked and respected in the community. I would recommend his tours for everyone , especially for those who don't want to see all of the tourist traps. See the real Saigon with Khoa!