Restaurants, Chinatown and top sights like An Dong Market—discover it all in District 5.
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No trip to Ho Chi Minh City is complete without exploring this bustling market where you can enjoy a traditional Vietnamese dish or purchase souvenirs.
Known as the city’s main backpacker area, the streets of Pham Ngu Lao are lined with great value restaurants, colorful markets and lively bars.
This much-visited museum presents a confronting and often graphic portrayal of the Vietnam War.
This stunning theater, with its glistening white architecture and curved lines, makes it easy to forget that you are in Ho Chi Minh City and not in Paris.
Get an appreciation for the years of conflict and unrest that plagued Vietnam during the 20th century at this fascinating palace.
Make sure you write your postcards in Ho Chi Minh City, as it’s a great excuse to visit the city’s stunning 19th-century post office.
Overview: Take a ride through Ho Chi Minh City the most traditional way- by cyclo (pedicab)! Relax and take in the sights as your driver trundles along the streets of Chinatown and you experience pre-war Saigon on this 3-hour tour.
MORNING TOUR WITH CU CHI TUNNELS 07:30am, Our tour guide and diver pick you up at your hotel for Mekong Delta and Cu Chi Tunnels Tour 1 Day. 09.00am: we arrive in Cu Chi Tunnels (Ben Dinh).
Immerse yourself in the breathtaking river wonderland of the Mekong Delta, located only 2 hours drive from Ho Chi Minh City. This experience is exclusively crafted by our guides who are native to the region, so that you will experience the true local vibes of the area, and be away from the crowds of tourists.
Imagine spending your days living in underground tunnels, only able to come out at night when the sun is down - that's what the people of Cu Chi did nearly 50 years ago during the Vietnam War.
Escape the bustle of the city to explore rural scenery of Southern Vietnam and get an up-close look at the famous Cu Chi Tunnels in Southern Vietnam. Learn about the lives of Vietnamese soldiers by going for a subterranean stroll through the tunnels, and get the chance to fire guns from the Vietnam War era at a nearby shooting range.
On the way from Saigon to Mui Ne, you’ll have chance to gaze the beauty of meek and affable Ca Ty River, of course, drop in the stunning beaches, tropical forest, Sahara-like sand dunes, a beautiful harbor and ancient buildings such as the Hindu Cham towers and the Van Thuy Tu Temple.