Ho Chi Minh City Cyclos Tour
- Marvel at colonial architecture including the Notre Dame Cathedral, General Post Office and Reunification Palace
- See Ho Chi Minh City from the seat of a cyclo, just like a local
- Sit among the locals and enjoy Vietnamese coffee or iced tea at a local café in Saigon
- Experience the city's atmospheric flower market
- Visit the authentic Banh Thanh marketplace
See Ho Chi Minh City by cyclo – a handy way to get around that helps improve the lives of locals while leaving a minimum carbon footprint. Hop in one of these nippy three-wheeled carts and your driver will use pedal power to navigate the narrow streets and take you to all the must-see sights.
You'll start with a walking tour to tick-off major monuments including the grand Opera house, Notre Dame Cathedral, the General Post Office, Thien Hau Temple and Reunification Palace – site of the official South Vietnamese surrender that ended the Vietnam War.
Then, by cyclo, you'll speed through the side-streets of central Ho Chi Minh City to see a snapshot of local life. Stop for a strong Saigonese coffee at a corner café, then continue with finger-food tasting at District 3's flower market, as well as visits to Le Hong Phong street's pet shops and the artsy murals of Tran Phu. Back on foot, we round off with a short walk to the bustling Ben Thanh marketplace for free time to explore.
- Cyclo ride
- Coffee or tea
Meeting point is at front entrance of the Central Post Office, 2 Cong Xa Paris St, District 1, next to Notre Dame Cathedral, at 8.00 AM. Instant confirmation
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