• Tour No.: 31330
  • Duration: 30 Sept 2019
  • Season: 30 Sept 2019
  • Special interest: visiting, sightseeing, shopping

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Included

  • Vehicle with water and tissue, English speaking guide, All entrance fee, meal

Excluded

  • + Personal expenses + Travel insurance + Accomodation + Other services not mentioned above

Full Itinerary

Morning you will be picked up at your hotel in Ho Chi Minh City

08:45 AM Depart to Giac Lam pagoda built in the 17th century and is one of the oldest temples in the city. Then visiting Chinatown, Cho Lon (Binh Tay) market, not only seeing the locals bartering, purchasing and selling merchandises at the market but also seeing a rich and diverse Chinese culture that is subtle yet distinctive from other parts of the city. Stopping at Thien Hau Lady temple that was built in the early 19th century dedicated to Thien Hau - Goddess of seafarers. Travelling along the Saigon Riverside to overview Nha Rong wharf where Ho Chi Minh President first left Vietnam in 1911. Returning back to TheSinhTourist office and having free time for lunch at own expense.

Afternoon:

02:15PM Visiting War Remnants Museum - originally opened in September 1975; it displays old military equipment and other related items from Vietnam War. Afterward, continuing seeing the Reunification Palace, formerly known as the Presidential Palace. The place symbolizes the end of Vietnam War when a North Vietnamese army tank went through its gates. Then taking a short stroll to see Notre Dame Cathedral and General Post Office, they are the beautiful examples of architecture from the French colonial period.

Departure: 08:45AM - End: 05:00PM (ETA)

Photos:

The War Remnants Museum - https://tourgolfvietnam.vn/The War Remnants Museum

Thien Hau Pagoda - https://tourgolfvietnam.vn/Thien Hau Pagoda

Binh Tay market - https://tourgolfvietnam.vn/Binh Tay market

Giac Lam pagoda - https://tourgolfvietnam.vn/Giac Lam pagoda

 The Reunification Palace - https://tourgolfvietnam.vn/ The Reunification Palace