Ho Chi Minh City, Southern Vietnam, Vietnam
“Ho Chi Minh City is the economic center of Vietnam and accounts for a large proportion of the economy of Vietnam. Established in 1698 by a Vietnamese noble sent by the Nguyen rulers from Hue, the city was called Saigon until the present name in 1976. The city, especially in the Chinatown, still retains many buildings having a classical Western style by the French during their colonial occupation of Vietnam.”
Pick-up at your hotel. On this half-day tour, you will study the highlights of this city, started with an exploration of Saigon’s turbulent past with visits to the Re-unification Palace and the War Remnants Museum. The tour continues to offer you the excellent examples of the French colonial architecture with a visit to the Central Post Office and Notre Dame Cathedral (outside). Finally, the tour ends at the Ben Thanh market, where you may practice your bargaining skills. Return to your hotel. End of services.
Times are subject to change due to local traffic conditions.