Ho Chi Minh City
Discover elegant restaurants, educational museums, ancient pagodas, and quiet botanical gardens are steps away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life of the busiest city in Vietnam.
Get an overview of Ho Chi Minh City, once known as Saigon, on a full-day sightseeing tour with an informative guide. Soak up the city’s rich historical and cultural tapestry as you tour iconic landmarks such as Independence Palace, also known as Reunification Palace, and learn about Vietnam’s tragic past at the historical museums. Enjoy Vietnamese traditional music and food. View Saigon Notre-Dame Cathedral, Saigon Central Post Office and Saigon Opera House. Finish with shopping around Ben Thanh Market and riding along the laneways of Cho Lon.
Visit Notre Dame Cathedral
Old Central Post Office
Visit the War Remnants Museum, and Reunification Palace
Visit China Town, Thien Hau Pagoda, and Quan Am Pagoda
Walking on Nguyen Hue Street and trying apartment’s coffee
Visting City Opera House
Visit Ben Thanh Market
English speaking guide
Comfortable minibus (car) with air conditioning
A botle of water/pax/day
Sun-hat, sun glasses
Insect repellent cream
Rain-coat in case of raining reason
If you cancel at least 7 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee
If you cancel between 3 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee
If you cancel within 2 day(s) of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee
Children: from 1 – 4 years old Free of charge
Children from 5 – 9 years old : 75 % of charge
Children from 10 years old : 100 % of charge
Discover the city of Ho Chi Minh like never before. Take the day to explore the city’s history, culture, and traditions as you tour around some of its most famed sites, markets, restaurants, and pagodas. You are sure to gain exclusive insight from your expert guide during your full-day excursion.
At 08:00 AM, picking up at the hotel, and then make your way to the Reunification Palace. Listen to your guide’s interesting historical knowledge about the structure that was formerly the South Vietnamese President’s residence prior to the end of the war in 1975. Then, get the chance to witness French influence through the French colonial architecture of Notre Dame Cathedral and the Old Central Post Office. Following, head over to the War Remnants Museum, where you can see the vast exhibits regarding the American-Vietnamese War.
Have a lunch at local restaurant.
In the afternoon, follow your guide to Chinatown to wonder at the intricate architecture and detail of Thien Hau and Quan Am Pagodas and learn about their spiritual significance. Next, walking on Nguyen Hue street to try apartment café and then we visit City Opera house – Standing magnificently at the heart of Ho Chi Minh City is the Saigon Opera House, which is also known as the City Theater. The building stands as one of the impressive sight in Saigon – both night and day. Saigon Opera House was built in 1898 by the French architect – Eugene Ferret, following the “flamboyant” style of the French Third Republic. It was set to be two meters higher than the street surface with two door layers, in order to prevent traffic noise. Finally, enjoy a ride to the Ben Thanh Market. Upon arriving the Ben Thanh Market, wander through the vendor-lined walkways that make up one of the city’s oldest surviving structures. Even get the chance to purchase a few unique gifts, such as local crafts, textiles, or other souvenirs.
At the end of the tour, the car will take you back to the hotel.
|Private Tour Rates
|5 or more
|Price per pax
We visited Ho Chi Minh City. An excellent 1-day tour of the city, with SaigonGlobal Tour, Ms. Ly, who was really knowledgeable, to temples, the Cathedral, old Post Office, Market and War Remnants Museum. We couldn’t have been more impressed, with all our many questions answered during the tour.
Such friendly and knowledgeable people who were able to answer all our questions about the city and the history from the terrible war.
Overall a good tour though we didn’t manage to visit Ben Thanh Market which was closed during the Tet Holidays.