Love wildlife, art, and temples? Get away to District 10!
Check out sights like Quoc Tu Pagoda and Museum of Traditional Vietnamese Medicine as you discover District 10—an area also known for its restaurants.
Reviewed on Apr 15, 2016
Reviewed on Dec 20, 2018
No trip to Ho Chi Minh City is complete without exploring this bustling market where you can enjoy a traditional Vietnamese dish or purchase souvenirs.
Known as the city’s main backpacker area, the streets of Pham Ngu Lao are lined with great value restaurants, colorful markets and lively bars.
This much-visited museum presents a confronting and often graphic portrayal of the Vietnam War.
This stunning theater, with its glistening white architecture and curved lines, makes it easy to forget that you are in Ho Chi Minh City and not in Paris.
Get an appreciation for the years of conflict and unrest that plagued Vietnam during the 20th century at this fascinating palace.
With a visit to Bui Vien Walking Street, a popular shopping spot in Ho Chi Minh City, you can find the perfect gifts to bring home. Discover the lively bars in this walkable area, or seek out the local tours.
Food is a huge part of Ho Chi Minh City. It will be a huge miss if you only visit tourist attractions and eat at restaurants for tourists. These foods are not for locals who eat at their favorite eateries in food areas, food streets, and food markets.
What To Expect Have you ever wondered why Saigon is loved by both local residents and foreign tourists. That is because the city offers a lot for one to see, do, taste, and indeed to truly feel its depth. Saigon Vietnam is a city teeming with motorbikes, coffee, and soup.
Escape the bustle of the city to explore rural scenery of Southern Vietnam and get an up-close look at the famous Cu Chi Tunnels in Southern Vietnam. Learn about the lives of Vietnamese soldiers by going for a subterranean stroll through the tunnels, and get the chance to fire guns from the Vietnam War era at a nearby shooting range.
Immerse yourself in the breathtaking river wonderland of the Mekong Delta, located only 2 hours drive from Ho Chi Minh City. This experience is exclusively crafted by our guides who are native to the region, so that you will experience the true local vibes of the area, and be away from the crowds of tourists.
Imagine spending your days living in underground tunnels, only able to come out at night when the sun is down - that's what the people of Cu Chi did nearly 50 years ago during the Vietnam War.
Weave through scores of boats loaded with bright piles of freshly picked produce and neatly folded stacks of new clothes. Barter with vendors for unique souvenirs and watch the interactions between locals at this fascinating floating market.