Duration: 3-4 hours
Departure time: 8:00AM or 14:00PM
Ho Chi Minh City is the city of motorbikes, and what could be more fantastic than visiting this country and raising your camera to capture as many photos as you could. No, that's not your experience. Stay behind a local young guide, threading through endless streams of seemingly non-stop traffic, blending into the organized chaos of a traffic style unlike any other city in the world. Let's go to discover the city by your own way
Our tours are private 1-on-1 motorbike tours and guests can customize their own itinerary before each tour at bookings, but in case guests do not have a preference then our team suggests the following admirable attractions but not limited to:
Sai Gon Central Post Office: Built in the late 19th century, this architectural gem boasts a blend of Gothic, Renaissance, and French influences. A must-see for its architectural splendor, the post office also functions as a working facility, maintaining its historic charm.
Independence Palace: also known as the Reunification Palace, is a historic landmark located in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It holds great significance in Vietnamese history, marking the end of the Vietnam War. The building reflects a blend of traditional Vietnamese design elements with modernist architecture, featuring spacious grounds, gardens, and a distinctive architectural style.
War remnants Museum is a powerful museum that primarily focuses on the Vietnam War, also known as the American War in Vietnam. The museum's main objective is to document the war's impact on Vietnam and its people, as well as to raise awareness about the consequences of war in general. It aims to promote peace and reconciliation while preserving the memory of the war for future generations.
Along the Saigon riverside with scooter in windy day. Along the riverside, you can find some of Ho Chi Minh City's iconic landmarks, including the Bitexco Financial Tower. These structures contribute to the skyline and add to the charm of the riverside area.
On the last stop at Jade pagoda that was constructed by the Chinese community in 1909. It was built to honor the Jade Emperor, the supreme Taoist god, and is considered one of the most splendid examples of traditional Vietnamese architecture.
Can't be missed by a light meal with street food, some options belike: banh mi (Vietnamese bread), pho (noodle soup), com tam (broken rice)
- Pick up and drop off at hotel or private house
- Drinks + light street food meal
- Atttraction entrance fees
- Set menu lunch
- International insurance