Trip Code: MDT 12
Sai Gon. Pearl of the Orient, is biggest city in Viet Nam, it is also the Nation’s foremost commercial and industrial centres. Founded as a Khmer Trading and Fishing Port on the West bank of Dong Nai River, it fell into Vietnamese hands in the late 17th century. Early in the 18th century, the Nguyen King established Gia Dinh Citadel, destroyed by French Navy Force in 1859. Rebuilt as a French Colonial city it was named Sai Gon (soai gon’ wood of the Kapok tree).
Sai Gon was Capital of South Viet Nam after 1954, finish French War, and renamed Ho Chi Minh city after Viet Nam War, April 1975. Population 9 millions peoples, now.
HCM City tour (L)
Morning: 08:00am to noon time Start the trip at your hotel for exploring the great atmosphere around of lively China town. Get into the market of this busiest and colourful scenes of Binh Tay market and Thien Hau Temple in the morning. We then visit the War Remnants Museum. Afternoon visit Reunification palace which was the residence of the President of South Vietnam until end of the war in April 1975. Continue seeing some impressive French colonial structures including Notre Dame Cathedral and the Old Central Post Office, Dong Du Mosque, take a break-time at Ben Thanh market where anything and everything is for sales. Tour end at your hotel.
Included: A/C transfer, entrance fees, set menu lunch (halal food), and guide.
Note: Rice disc for group tour
Price per person in $US
|Group size||1person||2pax||3-4pax||5-7pax||8p-up||Group Tour|
|Price / Person||130||70||60||50||45||30|