Ho Chi Minh City is the largest, busiest, and most exciting city in Vietnam. It is also filled with intrigue and culture. Ho Chi Minh is considered as a “blending mixture of culture” city in Viet Nam. Here, you can discover a lot of interesting things through people’s daily life. Founded and developed over 300 years, today, Ho Chi Minh City is a fascinating tourist spot with various cultural and historical features.
After being picked up from your hotel and meet your guide, you will visit some of the most interesting sights that Ho Chi Minh City has to offer, such as the War Remnants Museum: a lively display of the futility of the war; The Reunification Palace: beautifully preserved palace – the residence of the President of the Republic of Vietnam during the 1960-1970s; Notre Dame Cathedral – built in 1880 and the Old Post Office – built between 1886 – 1891; Thien Hau Pagoda in Cho Lon – a Chinese-style temple located on Nguyen Trai Street in Cho Lon (China Town) - District 5, dedicated to Thien Hau, the Lady of the Sea, also known as “Mazu” (“Tian Hou” in Chinese). Your last stop would be at the Vietnamese lacquerware factory where you can observe the process of making these traditional Vietnamese products.