Full day Saigon Historical Tour

Code
DTSG02
Tour route
Saigon
Duration
8 Hours
Start/End
Depart: 8:00 ai??i?? End: 16:30
Tour type
Day Trips

Embrace the spirit ofAi??Ho Chi Minh CityAi??with a full-day tour soaking up the rich tapestry of history and culture. Visit the iconic landmarks of the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Central Post Office, and hear the tragedy of war at Reunification Palace and War Remnants Museum. Follow the laneways of Cholon and haggle for a bargain at Binh Tay Market.

Some highlight actions in tour:Ai??

  • Ai??Local people cultureAi??
  • Ai??Visit unique architecture
  • Ai??Enjoy Vietnamese famous traditional art – Water puppet show

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  • Morning: star sightseeing tour to War Museum where there is a vast display of the both the Indochina wars (Exhibits include photographs, machinery, and weapons that depict the harsh realities of war). Thien Hau temple – one of the most important pagodas in the city, this richly decorated temple is dedicated to Thien Hau, the Goddess of the Sea and patron of sailors. Explore the highlights of this fascinating area, beginning with intricate friezes, carved tableaus and impressive incense coils make for some great photos.  Before have lunch we visit China town (Settled in the late 18th century, this labyrinthine section of Ho Chi Minh City bustles with restaurants, temples, exotic stores, and markets) and Binh Tay market (This is the main marketplace in China Town, where a great deal of wholesale trading occurs. Experience the commotion of this integral part of the city’s daily business).

 

  • Afternoon: we will visit Reunification Hall which was the former residence of the President of South Vietnam until end of the war in April 1975, and some French colonial structures including Notre Dame Cathedral (located  in heart of Ho Chi Minh city.A large statue of the Virgin Mary greets you as you walk into this neo-Romanesque cathedral, adorned by two tall spires flanking either side). The Old Central Post Office (Designed by Gustav Eiffel, the Post Office is a testament to the French presence in the late 1800s. The look and feel of this grand building is like an elegant railway station). The last is City Hall (the Post Office is a testament to the French presence in the late 1800s. The look and feel of this grand building is like an elegant railway station)

 

Finish Ho Chi Minh City Tour Full Day at 04:30 PM

 

 

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