Private guided Saigon city tour


Private guided Saigon city tour price is given per vehicle up to 4-passengers. Price includes a transfer by 7-seater SUV from Saigon, an english speaking tour guide, and entrance fees.

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Private guided Saigon city tour


Private guided Saigon city tour starts and ends in Ho Chi Minh City 1 or 3 districts. You will be picked up from your hotel by 7 seater SUV. Ho Chi Minh City is Vietnam’s largest metropolis. It’s no surprise that Saigon, as most locals call it, exudes youthful, inventive energy. This dynamic spirit shines through in quirky cafes, innovative cuisine, and boutiques. And when you need a breather from all that’s new and fabulous, it’s easy to steal quiet moments in crumbling colonial buildings, museums and art galleries.

Private guided Saigon city tour itinerary includes visits:

– Reunification palace
– War Remnants Museum
– Notre Dame Cathedral
– Post office
– Jade Emperor Pagoda
– Ben Than market

Private guided Saigon city tour price includes: transfer by 7-seater SUV & sightseeing as per program. An english speaking tour guide. Entrance fees.

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About Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh city is a city in Vietnam with a population of more than 10 million people. According to unconfirmed estimates, it has a population of 14 million, making it the largest city in Vietnam. Vietnam’s largest metropolis is located on the banks of the Saigon River, 19 metres above sea level, covering an area of 2,095 km², 80 km from the South China Sea and 200 km from Phan Thiet (Mui Ne). The largest metropolis in the south is still known to locals as Saigon, but this was the name Saigon bore until 1976 when the city was renamed Thanh Pho Ho Chi Minh City upon liberation. History scholars confirm that it is a Sino-Vietnamese word where Sài (firewood, branches) and Gòn (cotton). The name alludes to the kapok trees that can still be seen in the outskirts of the city today. Others, however, claim that Sai Côn is a direct translation of the Khmer word Prey Nokor, meaning kapok tree forest. Read more: Ho Chi Minh City – (liveinmuine.com)