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Ho Chi Minh: Private Cyclo Night Tour and Dinner Cruise

1. Ho Chi Minh: Private Cyclo Night Tour and Dinner Cruise

Enjoy a pickup and discover the nightlife of Saigon by cyclo or scooter. Cyclo option: Drive along the city main streets and pass by Ben Thanh Market, General Post Office, Notre Dame Cathedral, People Committee Hall, and Opera House. Scooter option: Include all sightseeing above and some extra authentic local sites: Flower market, Nguyen Thien Thuat apartment , fashion street After your ride of approximately 1 hour stop at Saigon Riverside. Be a welcomed guest at Bach Dang harbor and start your dinner. Cruise along Saigon River, enjoy a great dinner, and relax in the romantic atmosphere with Vietnamese Traditional Dance and a Music Show. Head back towards Bach Dang harbor where the cruise ends around 9:30 PM. Here a taxi picks you up and brings you back to the hotel.

Saigon: Private Food Tour Discovery & City Tour by Jeep

2. Saigon: Private Food Tour Discovery & City Tour by Jeep

At 18:00, your tour guide and Jeep driver will pick you up from your hotel to start your Saigon tour by night. Arrive at a local restaurant to enjoy a Banh Xeo, a crispy, crepe-like specialty of South Vietnam. Continue your night city tour to admire the most magnificent French colonial monuments of the city such as the Opera House, City Hall, Notre Dame and the Post Office.  Then, you will be taken to explore the favorite places where the locals inhabitants like to go at night for a dinner with friends or relatives. In this place, you will be able to taste real cuisine like a local Vietnamese for a unique experience. After the dinner, it will be about time to enjoy the fresh air by night. Your Jeep tour will take you around Saigon to admire the panoramic views of the city. Last stop of the tour will be at a sky bar to enjoy a last drink of the day. This rooftop bar will be a perfect place for you to chill out with a nice breathtaking view of Saigon - a city of craziness, happiness and fun. At 22:30, head back to your hotel by Jeep to finish the tour.

Ho Chi Minh: Motorbike Combo City and Hidden Gems Tour

3. Ho Chi Minh: Motorbike Combo City and Hidden Gems Tour

Travel to every corner of the Ho Chi Minh on the back of the scooter and discover the city’s hidden gems. Explore the bustling streets, colorful markets, and must-see highlights to hidden alleyways, ancient apartments, and traditional local houses.  See beautiful local alleyways where Vietnamese families work, live, and socialize. Visit the famous Chinatown - the biggest and oldest in the world – where you will find out more about the traditional values and the lifestyles of the mixed cultures in Saigon. Explore various ancient temples and learn about the history of the different religions of this magical land. City Highlights: • Notre-Dame Cathedral • Central Post Office • Saigon Opera House • Nguyen Hue Walking Street • City hall Hidden Gems: • The Venerable Thich Quang Duc Monument • Ho Thi Ky Wholesale Flower Market • Nguyen Thien Thuat Oldest Apartment • Local Cambodian Market • China Town With famous medicine street • Thien Hau Temple (day time trips only)

Private Saigon City Tour with Car Pick-Up from Phu My Port

4. Private Saigon City Tour with Car Pick-Up from Phu My Port

On this tour of Saigon visit some of the cities notable landmarks in a comfortable air-conditioned van. First, visit the Ben Thanh market. This market was built in 1914, and also the first must-see attraction for tourist to take many lively pictures of local market activities. You can find out many things in the market including kitchen equipment, souvenirs, garments, foods, fruits, and more. Explore the bustling market and see the vast number of goods the market has to offer. After the market head to the Saigon Notre Dame Basilica. This beautiful basilica was designed in the 1870s by a French architect J.Bourad and demonstrates neo-Romanesque architecture with materials imported from France. It is also called as “Saigon church” or “Virgin Mary church” and a favorite place for local couples to take pre-wedding photo shot. Your tour of the famous landmarks of the city will continue with a visit to the Saigon Central Post Office built in 1891 before heading to the War Remnants Museum or the Reunification Palace. IF you are a history lover and want to know more about the American war in Vietnam you might want to visit the War Remnants Museum. The Reunification offers a different option to look at the history of Saigon while exploring the architecture of the palace. Then head to the Jade Emperor Pagoda. Built in 1909 by the Chinese community, it’s the most impressive spiritual place for local worshippers to pray for their career or love, especially for having babies. Visit here is a great chance for you to discover the traditional Asian worship culture. After that, you will have lunch at the local restaurant.

Bitexco Financial Tower and Dinner on a Boat Tour

5. Bitexco Financial Tower and Dinner on a Boat Tour

The tour will begin as you are picked up from your place of accommodation at around 6.00 PM by your driver. You will be taken on an exciting tour through the streets, starting with a visit to the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Central Post Office. You will then arrive at the Bitexco Financial Tower and will take a stomach-plummeting ride up to one of the highest floors to visit the Eon Heli Bar, the tallest bar in town. You can enjoy a drink looking out over the breathtaking views of the city at night.  You will then head to a nearby port and will climb aboard a boat. Here, you will enjoy a delicious meal as the boat slowly moves down the river, taking in many lit-up sites along the way.  After dinner, you will be taken by bike to five different districts and will explore some inner areas of the city including winding alleys, flower markets, and bustling shopping streets. At around 10.00 PM, you will be dropped off back at your hotel. 

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

6. 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 from France to Vietnam and its two 40m towers, topped with iron spires, dominate the city’s skyline. See also the Central Post Office, the country’s largest post office and another example of French colonial architecture. Then, move on to see Independence Palace — also known as Reunification Palace — one of the most important buildings in the city. Here on April 30, 1975 the American War officially ended when tank number 843 of the North Vietnamese Army crashed through the gates of what was the residence of the President of the Republic of Vietnam. Next, visit the War Remnants Museum — formerly known as the Museum of American War Crimes — for a poignant display of the futility of war. Some of the black and white photography in the “Requiem” exhibition dedicated to both foreign and Vietnamese journalists and photographers who perished during the conflict is particularly touching. The courtyard outside contains the spoils of war, namely rusting jets, tanks, and cannons captured from the American military machine. The next stop will be at Jade Emperor Pagoda, one of the most atmospheric temples in the city where statues of surreal divinities and grotesque heroes are contained. After that, drive to Ben Thanh Market, the bustling market popular with tourists primarily due to its selection of goods and central location. The tour finishes at approximately 6 PM when you will be transferred back to your hotel or you can choose to stay at the market and make your own way back.

Ho Chi Minh City Instagram Tour: Hidden Gems (All-Inclusive)

7. Ho Chi Minh City Instagram Tour: Hidden Gems (All-Inclusive)

Make your Instagram followers envious as you explore Ho Chi Minh City on a private day tour to its most recognizable hotspots and hidden gems loved by locals.  All entrance fees are included, as well as an expert local tour guide, who will share Vietnamese history and culture along the way. Start your tour with a hotel pickup and make your first stop at the Notre Dame Cathedral, a heritage from French colonists. Snap some photos and then visit the Central Post Office.  Take a lunch break and enjoy a delicious Vietnamese meal while you power up your phone or camera.  Continue to Ho Chi Minh Square located right in the middle of District 1. The square is perfect for unwinding and relaxing before your next visit. Drive along Nguyen Hue Street and catch the views of Bitexco Financial Tower in the center of CBD.  Continue to visit instagrammable boutique shops and sip on coffee and savor a dessert. Your next destination will be the stunning Minh Dang Quang Pagoda. Your last stop of the tour is the tallest building in the city where you can chill out in a secret spot by the river. Take in the picturesque landscape before heading back to your accommodation.

Ho Chi Minh: Full-Day Private City Tour

8. Ho Chi Minh: Full-Day Private City Tour

You day will begin with a beautiful stroll through the pretty Ho Thi Ky Flower Market, the biggest in Ho Chi Minh City. You’ll get to view the colorful daily life of the city’s local traders while you navigate through the narrow and winding streets of the market. Afterwards, you will head to the Pet Market where you will pick up a bicycle for an hour of riding through the city. First, you will pass by the local food and fruit market where you will receive an insight into the local cuisine and daily Vietnamese life. Next you’ll get to whizz past many specialist local markets including leather, fabric, second-hand items and Chinese Medicine stalls. Your cycling leg of the tour will then end at the Thien Hau Temple. Located in Chinatown, Thien Hau Temple is widely considered the most beautiful in the entire city. After visiting this legendary temple, you will drive along the canal to see the contrast between poor stilt houses and the wealthy sky buildings. Following this, you will head back to the city center to visit the fascinating War Remnants Museum. This will be an emotionally hard-hitting experience given the graphic content of the museum, yet, it will be a valuable stop for anybody wishing to learn more about different perspectives surrounding the Vietnam War and its continuing effects today. After the trip to the museum, your guide will take you to try the most famous Vietnamese cuisine, Phở, for lunch. Once you've fueled up, it’s off to your first stop of the afternoon which will be the Reunification Palace. Here you’ll learn all about its important place in Vietnamese history. Following this palace visit, your next stop will be the famous Notre Dame Cathedral and Central Post Office. Your knowledgeable guide will explain all the history behind these two incredible buildings. Next, you will head to the historic CIA building where the last U.S Helicopter flew out of Saigon in 1975. You’ll learn all about the story of the last U.S Operation, Frequent Wind. From here you will have a mini walking tour to see HCMC highlights including the Opera House, Hotel Continental and Nguyen Hue Square where you can see City Hall, Rex Hotel and the mighty Bitexco building. The final stop for the day will be the Ben Thanh market, a must-see spot to understand the local market cultures. It is good for either window shopping or practicing your bargain skills. Ben Thanh market is a must spot to understand the local market cultures. It is good for both window shopping or practicing your bargain skills. After this busy place, it will be time to enjoy a famed Vietnamese coffee before you are brought back to your accommodation.

Ho Chi Minh City: Privat Tour Highlights & Hidden Gems

9. Ho Chi Minh City: Privat Tour Highlights & Hidden Gems

See Ho Chi Minh City at its best from the eyes of a local in just 3 hours. Check out prime landmarks like the Saigon Opera House, Central Post Office, Independence Palace and hear unique insights that only a local would know. Uncover hidden gems and city secrets along the way that will show you an authentic side of the city with the help of a knowledgeable local guide. Fully experience the local flare with an included local treat to make your city tour a complete experience.

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What people are saying about Saigon Central Post Office

A tour you should not miss in Saigon ! I booked 2 tours with this company ( Saigon Adventure ). Food tour at night and city highlights + unseen Saigon day time. The tour was excellent. I saw everything of the city from the French Quarter ( Notre Dame, Post office, Opera House, City Hall..) and the hiddem gems ( they said and i agree - you can not do it on your own as tourists ). I love the small alleys, the temple where they show us the story of boat people. And really touching story about the monk who burnt himself during the Vietnam war ( i was impressed). The guides speak perfect english and explain very well everything about history, culture, daily life of local people. Overall, it was a great experience! I would recommend to everyone visit HCMC .

The tour started with a 30 minute cyclo ride from our hotel down to the flower/cambodia market. Bevis our guide took us through the markets and introduced great local snacks to try. After the market, we were picked up in a car and brought to the cruise site where we were sat down for a 9 course dinner which ended with a 30min cruise by the river. We initially had a small hiccup about our booking but Trung was very nice to have our slot shifted to another day with an upgrade to our food menu and itinerary in general. Overall an eye-opening experience especially with performances on the boat, and we were very lucky that Trung and Bevis were amazing hosts who prioritised our comfort and ensured that we had an amazing night.

Highly recommend. Extremely fun, safe, friendly and informative tour!!!!! This tour is a great way to see all the highlights and the unseen of the city ( you can not find it yourself ) in a short amount of time ( 4 hours). Really , you can't do it all by yourself without this tour. And I had amazingly friendly and knowledgeable tour guide Sony. He made me feel very safe and taught me a lot about the Vietnamese culture! It is obvious that he love his job and is passionate about teaching tourists about his country. The manager was so responsive, He contact me immediately after i booked the tour. I highly recommend this tour to see highlights of the city! Do this tour !!!

We had the most amazing guide named Bruno, who was super friendly and helpful throughout all of the tour. He spoke very good English and made the whole thing to very smoothly. We felt a little silly being cycled around downtown, but it was an experience as well. The dinner on the cruise was nice and so was the views and the entertainment. Our only downside was how the cyclo guys asked for tips in a rude way (expressing how though it had been cycling us around) and when we tipped them they asked for an even bigger tip .. Bruno on the other hand never asked for a tip and deserved it way more.

The tour with Belle was a lot of fun, she was able to tell a lot about the sights and showed me exciting places