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  • Ho Chi Minh City: Full-Day Tour of Cu Chi Tunnels

    1. Ho Chi Minh City: Full-Day Tour of Cu Chi Tunnels

    Begin your one-of-a-kind historical experience in Ho Chi Minh City with a visit to the infamous Cu Chi Tunnels. Spanning a formidable 250 kilometers, Cu Chi is one of the most renowned historical sites of the Vietnam war.  The tunnel system was created in 1948 to assist the Viet Minh as they fought the French for independence. It became legendary during the 1960s for playing a pivotal role in the war by allowing the Viet Cong to control large rural areas just 65 kilometers away from Ho Chi Minh City. The elaborate tunnel system is made of clay mixed with laterite and consists of hospitals, kitchens, store areas, and working rooms, all of which you’ll get to explore completely underground. Later in the afternoon, visit some other major attractions in Ho Chi Minh City: the War Remnants Museum, the Reunification Palace, the Notre Dame Cathedral, and the Old Post Office, fascinating buildi...

  • Ho Chi Minh: Authentic Market Cyclo Tour

    2. Ho Chi Minh: Authentic Market Cyclo Tour

    Your cyclo tour will cover various highlights of Ho Chi Ming, starting with Ho Thi Ky. This is considered the biggest flower market in town, and is known as the Langbiang Plateau (famously located in Dalat) of HCM City. From there you will visit the pet market, before continuing on to the Ba Hat Market, where Saigonese people can buy fresh food and fruit. From there, you will visit the Nhat Tao Market, where many skilled electronic technicians can make old PCs and TVs into new to sell to the poor in the southwestern region. The Tan Thanh Market is next, where you can find all kinds of motorcycle parts. Soai Kinh Lam Market is a big fabric market, with nearly 500 stalls which sell silks, suit material, cotton for shirts, and material for curtains, corduroy, tartans, and denim. You'll then visit the Binh Tay Market, which was built as per western architecture but with bold Chinese influe...

  • Ho Chi Minh: 2-Day Cai Rang Floating Markets Private Tour

    3. Ho Chi Minh: 2-Day Cai Rang Floating Markets Private Tour

    Spend 2 days exploring the Vinh Long Province, situated between the Tien and the Hau rivers, on a trip from Ho Chi Minh City that will take you to floating markets and expose you to the local culture. Here, the majority of inhabitants engage in farming. During your time in the area, observe the locals going about their daily lives, and take in the beauty of the surrounding nature. Detailed Itinerary Day 1: Ho Chi Minh City – Cai Be – Vinh Long - Can Tho (Meals: L) After an early morning pick-up from your hotel, drive to Cai Be, the second largest floating market in the lower Mekong Delta. Upon arrival, cruise through the Cai Be floating market before taking a short walk to discover rural life. Visit local workshops of people making coconut candy, rice paper, and snake wine. Take a rowing sampan through the small canals to visit an ancient house on A...

  • Ho Chi Minh City: Cu Chi Tunnels and City Tour in 1 Day

    4. Ho Chi Minh City: Cu Chi Tunnels and City Tour in 1 Day

    Starting with a pickup from your hotel in District 1 or District 3 in Ho Chi Minh City or from the convenient meeting point, depart Saigon as you drive through the pleasant countryside before arriving at the Cu Chi Tunnels. Before entering the tunnels, watch a short introductory video showing how the tunnels were constructed then spend the next hour exploring the underground maze. Also on display are various traps, the remains of an American tank, and numerous bomb craters made by 500lb bombs dropped by B52 bombers. You’ll then return to Ho Chi Minh City, arriving at approximately 1 PM to enjoy a lunch of beef or chicken noodles before embarking on your Ho Chi Minh City tour. Start by admiring the Notre Dame Cathedral of Saigon, built between 1863 and 1880 this is one of the best examples of classical French colonial architecture. Remarkably every stone used in its creation was shipped...

  • 2-Day All Inclusive, Flexible Package: Cu Chi & Mekong Delta

    5. 2-Day All Inclusive, Flexible Package: Cu Chi & Mekong Delta

    For most travelers, Ho Chi Minh City, still known as Saigon by locals, is primarily the gateway to the Mekong Delta and the nearby Cu Chi Tunnels. From the heartbreaking War Remnants Museum to luxe shopping strips, gourmet restaurants and delectable street stalls, HCMC is a taste of all that Vietnam has to offer.  Day 1 consists of a Cu Chi Tunnels Tour, a water puppet show and dinner on a cruise. At 8:00 AM on the first day, you will be picked up from your hotel in Ho Chi Minh City to start the Cu Chi Tunnels Tour. Enjoy a fascinating tour of the Cu Chi tunnels, where you'll learn more about the conditions the people lived in, the hardships they faced, and the amazing ingenuity employed to maintain life in the tunnels. Walk past huge bomb craters - evidence of the heavy bombing campaigns in the region during the Indochina conflict, discover hidden entrances right beneath your feet, wan...

    Tour was good. They conduct us to many different places. Gifts are super expensive at those places. You can buy them at the city with 1/100 the price at tour places. When we meet with local activities, the guide force us to pay a tip for local people. Then, guide pay local people by deducting the tip which we gave to local people. That's how guide himself make a side profit. So, better not to give tips to local people.

  • Bitexco Financial Tower: Saigon Sky Deck - Fast Track Ticket

    6. Bitexco Financial Tower: Saigon Sky Deck - Fast Track Ticket

    Get breathtaking views of Ho Chi MInh City from the Saigon Skydeck on the 49th floor of the 262-meter high Bitexco Financial Tower. Ascend the skyscraper on one of the city's fastest elevators at 7 meters per second. Opened in 2011, the innovative skyscraper was inspired by the lotus, Vietnam's national flower. It is currently Ho Chi Minh's tallest building and was created to represent the energy and aspirations of the Vietnamese people. Admire this symbol of the beauty of the city and its rapid economic development. Learn more about the different landmarks of the city from the interactive screens and boards. Use the binoculars on the skydeck to look across the skyline. Go to the bar or restaurants to enjoy some refreshments, and shop for souvenirs at the gift shop before you leave. See traditional costumes at an exhibition by the Ao Dai Museum.

    best view above the hole city. Go there 30 min before sunset, so you have the best light for amazing photos

  • HCMC: Dining in the Dark Experience

    7. HCMC: Dining in the Dark Experience

    Intensify your ability to hear, smell, touch, and taste as you are deprived of the dominating sense of sight which accounts for 83% of your five senses. Textures and flavours will come to the forefront as you dine your way through unique dishes that have not been described beforehand.  Upon arrival, receive a welcome drink and place your phone or any other light emitting devices in a secure order to avoid distractions during the experience. Receive a briefing and start playing a puzzle game in order to get familiar the sense of touch while being blindfolded. The professional food guides are blind or visually impaired and will bring you to your table in the dark dining room. The guide will also serve your meals and drinks, and guide you through the experience. Once the dining experience ended, it will be revealed what food you had.

  • Ho Chi Minh City: Guided Half-Day Tour

    8. Ho Chi Minh City: Guided Half-Day Tour

    Explore Ho Chi Minh City on a guided half-day tour and discover the most interesting cultural sights in town. After being picked up from your hotel or the central meeting point, kick things off with a visit to the Reunification Palace, a beautifully preserved building that was once home to the President of the Republic of Vietnam. Next, stop off at the War Remnants Museum and explore a vast array of artifacts and photographs documenting the second Indochina war. Afterwards, visit the Notre Dame Cathedral of Saigon and Saigon Central Post Office. Erected towards the end of the 18th century, the old post office is one of the finest examples of classical French colonial architecture. Continue on to Jade Emperor Pagoda, an ancient temple built in the Chinese mode replete with bright decorative motifs. To finish things off, visit a local market where you can practice your haggling skills w...

    It was very informative, eye opening and educational. The spots you went to varied and you could try good street food too.

  • Ho Chi Minh City: Deluxe Dining Cruise

    9. Ho Chi Minh City: Deluxe Dining Cruise

    Pickup is available for customers staying at hotels in District 1 and 3. Alternative, make your own way from your hotel to Nha Rong Port and have a look around before boarding the boat. Your guide will take some photographs of you at the port before you board the ship and enjoy a delicious Saigon-style meal. Enjoy a special dinner on the Saigon River and experience the vibrant city from this spacious floating restaurant while taking in views across the Dragon Harbor. There will be a chance to discover things that you thought you might not see on a cruise. With open views from two sides of the boat, you can fully enjoy the Ho Chi Minh City night sky and the bustling sights along the river.  During dinner time, enjoy some Southern Vietnamese folk music that creates a lovely romantic atmosphere in the middle of the Saigon river. It's a truly unforgettable experience. You will get back to ...

  • 5 Must-See City Private Tour: German/English-Speaking Guide

    10. 5 Must-See City Private Tour: German/English-Speaking Guide

    At 8:30 AM, start your day with a convenient hotel pick-up that transfers you to your first destination: the War Remnants Museum. This museum presents an important but one-sided history of the appalling legacy of the decades of war that have ravaged Vietnam. At 9:30 AM, head to China Town to visit Binh Tay market. Its center is busy, crowded and messy with small aisles selling all manner of goods. This market sometimes disappoints tourists when compared to other markets in Ho Chi Minh as the products are not that varied, but the main draw to Cholon is not to shop but to enjoy the authentic Chinese atmosphere that has existed here for hundreds of years. At noon, you'll head to a local restaurant for lunch where you will be served delicious Pho (Vietnamese noodle soup). Spend the rest of the day visiting important landmarks. Start with the Reunification Palace, which was the residence an...

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What people are saying about Ho Chi Minh City

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 532 reviews

Excellent in every respect. Ethan the guide was great and everything went According to plan from the pickup to the boat ride, tunnels and lunch. Ethan passed on masses of knowledge and was a great guide. If you only do one trip out of Saigon, do this one with Kim Travel.

Nim was the perfect guide, very knowledgeable and speaking very good English. took the speed boat on the way up and the bus on the return. speed boat took us around 1h20 and the bus around 1h30 to get back

It was very informative, eye opening and educational. The spots you went to varied and you could try good street food too.

We had a nice day with Ms. Trum. She explained everything well and answered all questions. Her English was also good.

Interesting and joyful display of cultural theatre