Today we will unveil the highlights of one of Asia’s most vibrant and welcoming cities, Saigon (as it is still popularly known as). It is a cultural melting pot with something to offer every traveler.
There is no better time for visiting Saigon while it passes through a remarkable and rapid phase of transformation - going from some millions bicycles in the 90s, Saigon now is a city of some 6 million scooters and a few hundred thousand of cars.
Above all, experiencing the heartfelt warmth and humor for which the Saigonese are renowned will stay with you long after you’ve departed for home. The alleys walk is designed to enable you to experience the real face of Saigon which will surely catch you by surprise.
For over a century, millions of Saigonese have been living and earning their decent life in thousands of alleys which may well be anyone’s mind-blowing experience!
Pickup: 8:00 - at your hotel in Saigon Downtown
NOTICE: Notre Dame Cathedral is under massive renovation. Thus, we can only view it and take photos from distance. Thank you for your understanding and apologies for the inconvenience!
Drop-off: 17:30 – 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||67/pax||60/pax||52/pax||48/pax||45/pax|
|Children 3-5 years||N/A||45/pax||40/pax||35/pax||32/pax||30/pax|
|Children under 3||Free of charge|
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