Saigon is a fast growing city, which is changing day by day and recognized by high buildings and colourfull at night time. The ongoing changes in economy have given the city a really cosmopolitan and dynamic character.In 1859 the city was captured by the French and became the capital of Indochina. From 1956 until its dramatic demise in April 1975 it was the capital of the US-backed Republic of Vietnam.Today, Ho Chi Minh City is the heart of Vietnamese business and entrepreneurs. The city still retains its connections to the past, particularly in Cho lon. Here dozens of elegant temples and pagodas can be seen. The French also left their mark with some fine colonial-era buildings such as the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Central Post Office.

Saigontourist Transport guide will interview for you about the city, with special emphasis on must-see attractions and popular entertainment venues.



Take a look around the Opera House, City Hall.
Visit the Central Post Office and Notre Dame, the French footsteps in Vietnam.
The Reunification Palace, a political and historical site in South Vietnam.
The War Remnants Museum, a show of what really happened at the war time (French and American) At noon, we have lunch at local restaurant.


Transport ahead to Cholon, a Chinese area in Saigon, visit ThienHau Temple
The herbals market, take a walk through the medicine shops, where the Oriental medication is displayed
Visit BinhTay market, a commodity store of Mekong delta area in Vietnam
Visit a lacquer wares workshop, they made handicrafts and lacquer wares in front of you.
We are end the tour approximately at 5.00 PM.


Cu chi Tunnels is about 70 kilometers North West of Ho Chi Minh City, is a well-known historical vestige of the Vietnamese revolution. It represents the will, the intelligence and the pride of Cu Chi people and also symbolizes the revolutionary heroism of Vietnam. With such glory history, Cu Chi has officially been cited as “Vietnam’s land of steel and bastion of bronze”.


Visit the local house to know how they make rice paper.
Walking there to see: Shooting range area, Special Kitchen, Storage, Fighting bunker, a booby trap.
The extensive tunnel system here provides great insight into the tenacity and resourcefulness of the Vietnamese people. It is an underground world of guerrilla warfare in the incredible Cu Chi Tunnels.
Come to Rubber Plantation to know how the local can get latex.
Free for shopping at Ben Thanh Market.
About 5:30 PM go to watch Water Puppet Show as Vietnamese rural life and folklore through the puppet performance. And then go for dinner on Cruise.


This trip will provide a fascinating insight into the daily life in the Mekong Delta, and you are guaranteed to take home your own private collection of beautiful memories. Enjoy a scenic journey along the National Highway bordered by green rice fields.

My Tho is now a bustling port city in the Mekong Delta. The area is the final destination of the mighty Mekong River. It’s star from Tibet, through China, Burma, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and finally Vietnam. An incredibly fertile region, its prime industry is food production, producing approximately half of Vietnam’s total agricultural output. Life for villages in the area revolves around the rivers and canals that make up the delta. The popular transportation at Mekong delta is boat, so that there are many Floating markets at Mekong.


Visit VinhTrang pagoda.
Take a leisurely boat ride along the river, and view the stilt houses, fruit plantations and fishing villages along the river bank.
Enjoy cruising on a hand-rowed sampan under the shadow of the water coconut trees along natural canals.
Don’t miss the chance to enjoy seasonal fruit and honey tea to the sound of Southern Vietnamese folk music, performed by locals.


Free time for shopping at The Shopping Mall or Saigon Square, you can buy clothes, shoes and souvenir at Viet Nam…. Check out hotel and go for lunch before transfer to the Airport.


Private A/C transportation.
Hotel 3*
English speaking guide.
Meal for lunch and dinner.
Boat trip.
Entrance Fee.


Personal expenses.
Tip for tour guide & driver
.Travel insurance.