Ho Chi Minh City formerly known as Saigon is one of the most important commercial and tourist central in Vietnam with many beautiful tourist attractions such as Reunification Palace, War Remmants, Jade Emperor Pagoda, Notre Dame Cathedral, General Post Office, Water Puppet show, visit Giac Lam pagoda, Thien Hau pagoda, Chinatown, Binh Tay market, Ben Thanh market.
Enjoy Car rental for sightseeing tourist in Ho Chi Minh City with English speaking driver for visiting & shopping in this interesting city.
We also arrange a tour including car, tour guide, meal ... for your package.
Car rental fee for sightseeing tour in Ho Chi Minh City:
Ho Chi Minh Airport to Hotel City
Ho Chi Minh city sightseeing tour
Ho Chi Minh city sightseeing tour
Ho Chi Minh - Cu Chi - Ho Chi Minh
Ho Chi Minh -My Tho Mekong - HCM City
- Gasoline, toll fee, parking fee, all expense for driver.
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- English and Experienced driver.
- Meet & greet at the airport
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Post Office in Ho Chi Minh City: Post Office in Ho Chi Minh City is a beautifully preserved remnant of French colonial times and perhaps the grandest post office in all of Southeast Asia. Located next door to Notre Dame Cathedral, the two cultural sites can be visited together and offers visitors a chance to imagine life in Vietnam during the times of the Indochinese Empire. The building was designed by Gustave Eiffel – the renowned engineer who also designed the Statue of Liberty and the Eiffel Tower – and features arched windows and wooden shutters, just as it would have in its heyday in the late 19th Century. Ho Chi Minh Opera House The Opera House in Ho Chi Minh is an elegant, colonial building at the intersection of Le Loi and Dong Khoi Street in District 1, very close to the famous Notre Dame Cathedral and the classic Central Post Office. The restored three-storey 800-seat Opera House was built in 1897 and is used for staging not only opera but also a wide range of performing arts including ballet, musical concerts, Vietnamese traditional dance and plays. Performances are advertised around the building and information can be found in the state-operated tourist information centre Saigontravel close by. Ben Thanh Market, HCM City: Ben Thanh Market in District 1 is a great place to buy local handicrafts, branded goods, Vietnamese art and other souvenirs. Ben Thanh offers a great atmosphere that is absolutely authentically Vietnamese Water Puppet Shows in Ho Chi Minh: Traditional Vietnamese Water Puppet Shows remain one of the cultural draws for most travellers to Ho Chi Minh City. Originating in the sodden rice paddies of the Red River Delta in North Vietnam, the two most popular places to see a water puppet show in Ho Chi Minh are at The Golden Dragon Water Puppetry Theatre and at the Villa Song Saigon (formerly Thao Dien Village). Vinh Nghiem Pagoda: Vinh Nghiem Pagoda is Located to the north of town on the road to the airport, this pagoda is distinct because of its constant activities at the attached school, as well as for the daily workings of the many monks and nuns housed here Ho Chi Minh City People Committee: The building was built and put into use in 1909 as a hotel whose original name was Hôtel de Ville. It was designed by Gardes, a famous French architecture. This building is thus one of the oldest, biggest and most beautiful French style buildings in Ho Chi Minh City, functioning both as a city institution and as the city’s most prominent landmark today. Pham Ngu Lao Street in Ho Chi Minh: The Pham Ngu Lao area of District 1 is where most backpacking travelers first land in Ho Chi Minh City. It’s a similar scene to Southeast Asia's most famous backpacking centre, Khao San Road in Bangkok, but on a smaller scale. The main thoroughfares (with lots of lanes and back alleys) that make up the popular area include Pham Ngu Lao, De Tham, Bui Vien and Do Quang Dao streets. Dong Khoi Street Highlights Dong Khoi Street is at the heart of the city’s commercial life. It is still the best place to admire the grand old colonial buildings although they too are being overshadowed by the nearby high-rise office towers. International brands, boutiques, stylish cafes and high-end restaurants now line this bustling street.