This eight to nine hour tour will bring you to the delightful and charming rural countryside of the Mekong Delta. With an 8:00 hotel pickup, enjoy the two-hour drive through the rich countryside of Long An and Tien Giang Province. At the provincial capital of My Tho, climb into a boat and begin exploring the sights along this majestic and historic branch of the mighty Mekong, the Song River. Experience the daily life in the village including pole fishing, being rowed in a small boat in the canal and a special visit to a local countryside traditional home. Other features include a traditional music performance and more. e take a short walking to get opportunities to stroll around an orchard, there are many seasonal fruits. You can enjoy wonderful traditional music while tasting some tropical fresh fruits . After feasting on a delicious lunch, come back to Ho Chi Minh City.
Ho Chi Minh City Cooking Class is a unique and healthy cooking class. Not only will we teach you how to cook, but you will learn how to use food as medicine and discover Vietnamese food culture. Vietnamese food is one of the healthiest cuisines in the world.
The sights tour offers a good mix of both famous attractions and lesser known markets and sites that the big tours cannot go to.We only run this tour in the morning,when the weather is coolest .The local markets are also busiest in the morning so it's the best time to experience all the hustle and bustle!
The combination of these two sites makes this a
most interesting and seemingly other-worldly tour combination.
At 8:00 pickup at your hotel, excursion to Tay Ninh with short visit to a rice paper kiln en route. Visit to Cao Dai Temple and attendance at a daily ritual service. Lunch served at local restaurant in Tay Ninh. PM: Continuation on to Cu Chi underground tunnels, which served as hiding place, storage hall, medical center and dormitory, at Ben Dinh village, one of the most intriguing battlefields of the Vietnam War. Return to your hotel.
Vung Tau is a favourite get away place for the well-to-do from Saigon. The town is 125 km from Ho Chi Minh City and the linking highway between Saigon and Vung Tau is just great. Vung Tau is recommended for the travellers in Saigon and have a limited amount of time for vacations
If you’re ready to experience a wonderful day at a sparking white sand beach in a fine resort, we’ve got it ready for you. We’ll pick you up from your Saigon hotel at 9:00 and off we’ll go, heading east towards the beautiful beaches of the Mui Ne Peninsula and the resort community of Phan Thiet. A strong breeze off the water will fan you as you soak in the beauty of the seascape. The next day, enjoy a breakfast in the resort restaurant and spend more time lounging at beach or pool, or exploring this special seaside community. Check out of your hotel at 12:30 and return to Saigon with a stop at the Poshanu Cham tower on the way back. We’ll drop you off at your hotel in time for dinner.
The site of the Minor Basilica of Our Lady of La Vang, a Roman Catholic sanctuary, commemorating a vision of the Blessed Virgin Mary that was seen there in 1798. The site has been rebuilt on several occasions and is an important site of pilgrimage for Catholics in Vietnam, as well as for the Catholic Overseas Vietnamese community
Ha Long Bay, literally ‘descending dragon bay’ is one of the most wondrous bay said to be created when an ancient dragon swished its immense tail. Despite being one of Vietnam’s busiest tourist sites attracting million visitors each year, the bay’s enormous scale, unique karst formations and indisputable splendor makes a visit here worthwhile experience. One day tour to Ha Long is not enough to enjoy its fullest, however it is for those who have limited time then.
There's a reason Halong Bay is one of the most photographed places in Vietnam - it's ridiculously beautiful. Hop on a traditional junk, glide through the azure waters with a drink in one hand, and a spot of seafood in the other. There's no better way to travel Halong Bay! Be enchanted by the tranquility and natural beauty of Halong Bay
Sapa's main attraction, apart from the vivid green rice paddy and mountain scenery, and the relief from the summer humidity of the plains, is the picturesque hill tribes that live up there.
The site was first developed by the French in the 1920s, who escaped the summer heat for its cool, mountain air.
Ride the world longest single-wire cable car system to the summit of the mountain and experience the atmosphere of the natural surroundings, home to several kinds of birds and plants, enjoy the theme park with lot of games
This tour is a visit to old battlefields, the famous tunnels in two last wars. You are picked up at your hotel at 8:00 for the hour long drive towards the Cambodian border in Saigon’s northwestern corner. This now famous tunnel system was once the secret home of thousands of brave people whose ingenuity and persistence defines their movement. An unforgettable experience, you will be returned to your hotel in the early afternoon.
Embark on this private tour to have a taste of typical Vietnamese cuisine. Hop on our motorbikes and enjoy the 4 hours adventure ride through zigzag alleys, narrow streets of HCMC and explore several districts 1-3-10-5-4. You have chance to try the hidden side-street food stalls and mouthwatering snacks while we ride around Saigon.
Why not seeing Saigon at a different angle? The tranquil Saigon river setting creates the perfect place to relax and enjoy live music and fabulous river scenery while relishing time spent with your special ones. Your meal is accompanied by a live band and other local entertainers
Saigon Free and Easy Tour. Also known as Saigon, Hochiminh city is Vietnam's largest city and is definitely worth exploring. You will be met with a roar of motobikes speeding through colonial streets. Benh Thanh market is a must-see for amazing foods and there is a great buzz of activity within the place. Early morning, sitting together with the local people to enjoy a cup of milk coffee before sightseeing the landscape of Hochiminh city. Sample some local food on motobike at the evening.
Vietnam's bustling largest city sets the cultural and economic pace for the country. The former Saigon boasts charming French colonial architecture and wide boulevards, usually thronged and choked with traffic. Taxis are an option for seeing the sprawling city. The War Remnants Museum shows the Vietnam War through Vietnamese eyes. Don't miss the impressive Jade Emperor Pagoda. Go to the frenetic Ben Thanh Market for food, flowers or frogs. Tour through the Mekong Delta, past rice paddies and houseboats.
Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, is known for its centuries-old architecture and a rich culture with Southeast Asian, Chinese and French influences. At its heart is the chaotic Old Quarter, where the narrow streets are roughly arranged by trade. There are many little temples, including Bach Ma, honoring a legendary horse, plus Dong Xuan market, selling household goods and street food.
The charming Vietnamese capital has aged well, preserving the Old Quarter, monuments and colonial architecture, while making room for modern developments alongside. Hanoi may have shrugged off several former names, including Thang Long, or "ascending dragon," but it hasn't forgotten its past, as sites such as Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum and Hoa Lo Prison attest. Lakes, parks, shady boulevards and more than 600 temples and pagodas add to the appeal of this city.
Da Nang is laid-back and friendly, maybe because everyone you meet has just finished an amazing meal. Culinary tours are a hugely popular way to experience literal local flavor. After you’ve stuffed yourself with bold noodle soups and savory street foods, walk it off by exploring the limestone caves and Buddhist grottos of the Marble Mountains.
Danang Free & Easy Tour. Danang is a coastal city in central Vietnam known for its sandy beaches and history as a French colonial port. It's a popular base for visiting the inland Bà Nà hills. Here the Hải Vân Pass has views of Da Nang Bay and the Marble Mountains, 5 limestone outcrops that are home to pagodas and caves containing Buddhist shrines.