Ho Chi Minh is the largest metropolis of Indochina, and perhaps will be a central airport of Southeast Asia again with a new larger airport and many attractions. This is an irregular harmony of charming French buildings and churches, shadowy streets, enthralling local-styled markets and modern skyscrapers. More than any cities of Indochina, Saigon is also a mixture of different religions from Buddhism, Catholicism, Protestant, Islam, Hindu to local religions called ‘’Cao Dai’’ and ‘’Hoa Hao’’, thus the city is split into different quarters with distinctive colors. Within a short time, visitors can choose to discover charming District 1 with theatres, leafy streets and leisurely sidewalk café, to lose themselves at fascinating “China Town”, or to climb up Bitexco Tower for a city panorama and taste foods from numerous cuisines. Saigon is also an ideal place for long-term living and working in Indochina. Connected with Cambodia, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia by short air, river and landways, Saigon has quickly become the first place for innovation, creativeness and new tour experiments in Vietnam, despite its lack of long history and culture. Moreover, the city is also becoming a good transit for the best beaches in Asia, including Con Dao and Phu Quoc islands or plages on the Southern coastline. During the last ten years, the trips connecting Saigon with East Cambodia by both riverway and landway has positioned Saigon as a center of deluxe Mekong cruise tours, as well as a stopover for many sea cruiser ships. Thanks to new facilities and huge investments, Saigon is becoming a point not only in Vietnam but also on the map of Asia growing destinations.
During your stay in Ho Chi Minh City, you may opt to try local cuisine in the restaurants or street food. Blend yourself in the local culture and join people on small stools too. You will definitely be welcomed with a friendly smile. It’s worthy to inform yourself in advance about must-try of the city before you get lost in the food heaven.
Ho Chi Minh City - the largest city in Vietnam is known for its French and Chinese influences as well as its dynamic daily life. The city is often favorably called as Saigon and has a rich history that is reflected in much of its today appearance, where modern skyscrapers stand next to 19th-century buildings and coffee is favored as much as traditional green tea.
Our pick: City sightseeing by Italian vespa, or departing for a long cultural tour up North to Hanoi, with stopover at some best beaches in the Centre.
River cruise tour linking with Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, Cambodia
M.I.C.E. tours, team buildings, gala dinners, long stay.
Night life in District 1 and District 3, deluxe spa treatment
Theme tours, LGBT tour, Honeymoon tour, photography tour.