Things to do in Vietnam recommend best travel experiences to visit this wonderful country. There are many activities from North to South of Vietnam, we operate multiple day and night tours around the country. Participating our tours to discover not only popular attractions but also the hidden lands.
Phu My port to Ho chi Minh city. Ho Chi Minh City or commonly known with its previous name, Saigon is 68 kilometers away from the Phu My Port. Ho Chi Minh is the largest city by population and it is also where most of the historical sites and artifacts are located.
Join our HCM city tour 1 day to explore the beauty of the city considered as the Pearl of the Far East. With more than 300 years of development, HCM city owns many ancient architectural constructions, famous vestiges and renowned sights. Its specific culture is the harmonious blending of traditional values with northern and western cultural features
Cu Chi Tunnels and Mekong Delta Full Day was designed for travelers who are interested in exploring the history and culture of Vietnam. This tour is a great escape from the bustling city of Ho Chi Minh to the serene river towns and witness of simple local Vietnamese life.
You might have wondered if Vietnam has a religion of its own. The answer is yes, and its name is Cao Dai. Ho Chi Minh City is place gathered lots of big religions in which there is Cao Dai religion.
In HCM city and Cu chi tunnels tour full day, you will not only have a chance to visit the famous places in the city such as Independence Palace, Post office, Notre Dame Cathedral, learn more about the life of local people, but also learn about history by visiting the Cu chi tunnels. This interesting combination tour between Ho Chi Minh City & Cu Chi Tunnel will bring you different experiences: one is busy city life; another one is underground life during the war.
By joining our 4-hour adventure by scooter, you will be taken to many famous sights of Ho Chi Minh city. On the back of the scooter, you will not only learn some fun and interesting facts about each place but also hear from the local guide the things that only a true native of Saigon knows. With this tour, you will also have a close-up view of the daily life of local people, see rolling food carts and vendors selling wares spread out on the sidewalk everywhere you come. A special cup of Vietnamese coffee will make Ho Chi Minh city a memorable city in your holiday.