Day 1: City Full Day
We will start at 9AM to visit the Former Presidential Palace, the central complex of architecture: the Notre Dame Cathedral, The Centre Post Office, the City Hall, the Municipal Theater. Then we have a visit at the Fine Art workshop to know more about a special and wonderful kind of art only in Viet Nam which is made of the Duck Egg Shell.
Then lunch will be served with many kind of Vietnamese food in a Vietnamese Restaurant
After lunch the tour will be continued by visiting War museum, for whom who does not want to see war museum it is replaced by Traditional medicine Museum. And the city tour is more special to visit to visit the Jade Emperor Pagoda.
The last stop of the city tour is visiting Ben Thanh Market – The market for tourists to look for nice souvenirs. Finish city tour we send you back to hotel to relax a bit before going to dinner with the guide
Day 2: Cu Chi Tunnels
Start at 9 AM to visit District 2 of Ho Chi Minh city first. More than just a modern hustle city, Ho Chi Minh city also has a lot of hidden charms. Join this journey with us, you will have a chance to explore a new part of graceful and peaceful Ho Chi Minh city: modern and developed with high-rise buildings.
After visiting district 2, we make a journey to Cu Chi Tunnels, when we arrive, we have lunch in Vietnamese restaurant at a romantic Saigon river bank.
Finish lunch you will have a chance to discover Cu Chi Tunnels to know how the Vietnamese people lived and fought under the ground during the Vietnam War. It is a 250km long underground fort, run several levels deep and consisted of innumerable trap doors, storage facilities, weapon factories, field hospitals, command centers and kitchens created by simple tools. There you will also discover many interesting history stories of Vietnam
For those who are interested, there is an opportunity to fire off rounds from a M16 or AK47 at the nearby firing range (option only, fee not included)
Day 3: Mekong - My Tho City
Heading out of the town, we travel by roads to My Tho city in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam's largest rice bowl. Along the roads you can enjoy the sightseeing with fantastic green rice fields, flower gardens, poultry and cattle farms. Enjoying the daily activities in countryside like: harvest, breeding. Then proceed to visit Vinh Trang pagoda, built in early 19 century, this is a national cultural historical relic and also famous religious attraction.
Arriving My Tho wharf, cruising on Mekong River, having the fresh coconut juice on the boat.
The boat will stop at a floating fish farm village to see small floating houses where poor people living by raising the fish under the house and know how hard the life of local people there. Up to island, visit bee farm village and enjoying honey with tea and kumquat together with local jams, move to next destination to enjoy Mekong folk music while enjoying seasonal fruits then visit the local factory to see workers making the coconut candy to learn more about this specific traditional trade. Then taking a sampan boat to go along a small canal to explore the local waterway life.
After that getting on a horse cart to a local market to see the True Vietnam, the Vietnamese typical things that you can never find in your country.
Finish the cruise we go back to the boat to go to Vietnamese restaurant for lunch then back to HCMC. End of service! We send you back to your hotel
Day 1: City Full Day : As above
Day 2: Cu Chi Tunnels: As above
Day 3: Mekong - Cai Be floating market:
The tour will start with the visit of Cai Be colorful floating market cruising among local barges full of fruits and vegetables. The floating market formed for many years ago and it is how to earn for living in daily life of local people in Mekong Delta. Every early morning, hundreds of boats with full of fruits, vegetables are bought and sold busy in a part of river. It makes the picture of Mekong river more beautiful and more active in early morning.
It is also interesting to visit the local workshop where you can see how local people they make some special products: making rice paper for spring rolls, coconut candy, pop rice, pop corn….
A delicious lunch will be served at a local Vietnamese restaurant with local Mekong food. After lunch the Sampan boat will take you deeper into the countryside in smaller canals and to enjoy the peaceful life. It is so interesting to see traditional houses made of wood and palm tree leaf and see some activities of local farmers with an opportunity to make contacts with them and see how they catch fish and pick up fruits by ancestral ways in Mekong Delta.
The cruise will end at Cai Be pier and we send you back to Hotel.