We will take you on a pleasant tour to the landmarks of Saigon, places that have witnessed the ups and downs of a country, and have become anchors that link the past and the present. We will find out their histories, their charms and how life has become around them now.
After lunch, we’ll explore history’s more ferocious aspect by taking a “back-to-the-past” trip to the infamous tunnels, which played an extremely important role in Vietnamese’s triumphant resistance against the Americans unyielding attacks. You will learn how Viet Cong soldiers lived and coped with the difficulties presented, and how the tunnels had been so-cleverly built and been able to withstand numerous raids and assaults, despite the American’s ever-growing efforts to bring them down.
If we have to describe this tour in one line, that would be “a perfect introduction to Vietnamese history”
Pickup: 7:30am - at your hotel in Saigon Downtown
NOTICE: From 15/11/2016, Binh Tay Market is temporarily closed for renovation. According to the authorities, the shutdown may take at least an entire year. Thus, on our city tours, we will replace Binh Tay Market with another local market. Thank you for your understanding and apologies for the incovenience!
Drop-off: 5:30pm – at your hotel in Saigon where our service ends
|1 pax||2 pax||3 pax||4 pax||5 pax||6+ pax|
|Children 6-11 years||N/A||71/pax||64/pax||52/pax||49/pax||45/pax|
|Children 3-5 years||N/A||47/pax||42/pax||35/pax||32/pax||30/pax|
|Children under 3||Free of charge|
*Rates are in USD per person
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Explore one of the most ferocious aspects in Vietnam history by taking a “back-to-the-past” trip to the infamous tunnels, which played an extremely important role in Vietnamese’s triumphant resistance against the American’s unyielding attacks.
Cyclo ride, flower wholesale market, Chinatown (Binh Tay Market & Thien Hau Pagoda), Opera House, Notre Dame Cathedral, Central Post Office, War Remnants Museum, Ben Thanh Market, authentic Vietnamese food, rush hour traffic. And more…
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