4D HCMC - Cu Chi Tunnels - Mekong Delta (P/CLS/4/1)

Ho Chi Minh City or Saigon as it still known to many, is Vietnam's largest and most dynamic city. In 1862, the French declared the city, then known as Saigon, as the capital of colonial Cochin china. What hasn't changed in Ho Chi Minh City is commercial zeal. Not surprisingly, Ho Chi Minh City is a shopper's paradise, with trendy new boutiques and modern shopping centres just steps away from traditional open-air markets...

 

My Tho: Driving south from Ho Chi Minh City, My Tho is the first major Mekong Delta town you to come to. Situated about two hours by bus south west of Ho Chi Minh city, Its proximity to Ho Chi Minh City has made My Tho the most popular destination for day-trippers to the delta looking for a taste of authentic delta life.

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Ho Chi Minh
4 Days 3 Nights
309 $
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Full itinerary

Day 1: HO CHI MINH CITY – ARRIVAL

Arrival at Tan Son Nhat airport, greet and transfer to centre of the city (approx 10km).

Check in hotel and relax until our guide and driver pick you up for welcome dinner cruise on Saigon River.

After dinner, orientation tour by coach to see what lively Ho Chi Minh city (HCMC) offers in the night time then return to hotel. Overnight at hotel.

Day 2: HCMC – CU CHI

08:00 Transfer 75 km northward to Cu Chi Tunnel - one of the few remaining monuments to the fierce Vietnam War.

Arrive Cu Chi after nearly 2 hours driving, visit the tunnel system. We can even crawl a part of the tunnel to experience the real life of the Vietnamese guerrillas, who used to use and live inside this system during the wartime. Try your hand at shooting an AK47 (Russian machine gun) or an M16 (U.S made).

11:30 Return to HCMC for lunch at a restaurant in the city.

14:30 We start the city tour at the Reunification Palace - former French Governor General of Indochina - the witness of the fierce Vietnam War ended in 1975.

Nearby the Palace are the colonial-styled Post Office which recalls European railway stations and the Notre Dame Cathedral, built between 1877 and 1883 - one of the city’s major landmarks.

Enjoy free shopping at Ben Thanh market, one of the best places to pick up a "conical hat" or "ao dai". The market and surrounding streets makes up the city' liveliest areas.

Dinner at restaurant in the city, Overnight at hotel.

Day 3: HCMC – MY THO

From the hustle city, we head to the south to My Tho, approx 70km from HCMC, a busy hub the Mekong delta with paddy fields, thick orchards and canals.

Upon arriving, we will take a small boat to go between canals into gardens and rural houses, where a lot of families produce coconut candy, feed the bee for honey, or plant juicy fruit. Stop at some families and their small factories, you will see their daily activities with the explanation of a local guide.

Lunch at a nice garden restaurant with the delta’s special food like deep-fried fish, bloating fried sticky rice

After lunch, visit the famous Vinh Trang pagoda, one of the biggest pagoda in the region. The beautiful structure features a mixture of Chinese, Vietnamese and Angkor (Cambodian) architectural styles.

Return to HCMC. Dinner at restaurant then transfer to hotel for overnight.

Day 4: HCMC – DEPARTURE

Free for the last shopping in the nearby areas till transfer to Apt for departure flight.

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4D HCMC - Cu Chi Tunnels - Mekong Delta (P/CLS/4/1)

Ho Chi Minh City or Saigon as it still known to many, is Vietnam's largest and most dynamic city. In 1862, the French declared the city, then known as Saigon, as the capital of colonial Cochin china. What hasn't changed in Ho Chi Minh City is commercial zeal. Not surprisingly, Ho Chi Minh City is a shopper's paradise, with trendy new boutiques and modern shopping centres just steps away from traditional open-air markets...

 

My Tho: Driving south from Ho Chi Minh City, My Tho is the first major Mekong Delta town you to come to. Situated about two hours by bus south west of Ho Chi Minh city, Its proximity to Ho Chi Minh City has made My Tho the most popular destination for day-trippers to the delta looking for a taste of authentic delta life.

Day 1: HO CHI MINH CITY – ARRIVAL

Arrival at Tan Son Nhat airport, greet and transfer to centre of the city (approx 10km).

Check in hotel and relax until our guide and driver pick you up for welcome dinner cruise on Saigon River.

After dinner, orientation tour by coach to see what lively Ho Chi Minh city (HCMC) offers in the night time then return to hotel. Overnight at hotel.

Day 2: HCMC – CU CHI

08:00 Transfer 75 km northward to Cu Chi Tunnel - one of the few remaining monuments to the fierce Vietnam War.

Arrive Cu Chi after nearly 2 hours driving, visit the tunnel system. We can even crawl a part of the tunnel to experience the real life of the Vietnamese guerrillas, who used to use and live inside this system during the wartime. Try your hand at shooting an AK47 (Russian machine gun) or an M16 (U.S made).

11:30 Return to HCMC for lunch at a restaurant in the city.

14:30 We start the city tour at the Reunification Palace - former French Governor General of Indochina - the witness of the fierce Vietnam War ended in 1975.

Nearby the Palace are the colonial-styled Post Office which recalls European railway stations and the Notre Dame Cathedral, built between 1877 and 1883 - one of the city’s major landmarks.

Enjoy free shopping at Ben Thanh market, one of the best places to pick up a "conical hat" or "ao dai". The market and surrounding streets makes up the city' liveliest areas.

Dinner at restaurant in the city, Overnight at hotel.

Day 3: HCMC – MY THO

From the hustle city, we head to the south to My Tho, approx 70km from HCMC, a busy hub the Mekong delta with paddy fields, thick orchards and canals.

Upon arriving, we will take a small boat to go between canals into gardens and rural houses, where a lot of families produce coconut candy, feed the bee for honey, or plant juicy fruit. Stop at some families and their small factories, you will see their daily activities with the explanation of a local guide.

Lunch at a nice garden restaurant with the delta’s special food like deep-fried fish, bloating fried sticky rice

After lunch, visit the famous Vinh Trang pagoda, one of the biggest pagoda in the region. The beautiful structure features a mixture of Chinese, Vietnamese and Angkor (Cambodian) architectural styles.

Return to HCMC. Dinner at restaurant then transfer to hotel for overnight.

Day 4: HCMC – DEPARTURE

Free for the last shopping in the nearby areas till transfer to Apt for departure flight.

Travel guide

Ho Chi Minh City is a city of contrasts. Wander through timeless alleys to incense-infused temples before catching up with the present in designer malls beneath sleek skyscrapers

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Ho Chi Minh City or Saigon as it still known to many, is Vietnam's largest and most dynamic city. In 1862, the French declared the city, then known as Saigon, as the capital of colonial Cochin china. What hasn't changed in Ho Chi Minh City is commercial zeal.

Southern land of Vietnam has special attraction to tourists when mentioned. Besides crowded and dynamic Ho Chi Minh City, this region covers local people's daily living and floating markets on rivers in the Mekong Delta.

Southern Vietnam is one of three geographical regions of Vietnam. Spectacular scenery, soothing climate and delicious food are attractions tourists can not afford to miss.

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