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Cu Chi and Mekong Delta 2-Day Tour with Airport Transfers

1. Cu Chi and Mekong Delta 2-Day Tour with Airport Transfers

Visit the Cu Chi Tunnels to explore one of the great monuments of the Vietnam War and experience everyday life in the Mekong Delta on 2 day trips from Ho Chi Minh City. Day 1: Cu Chi Tunnels Morning Tour Explore the network of tunnels used by the Viet Cong in Cu Chi and learn how they changed the course of history during the Vietnam War. Journey by private vehicle past rice paddies and ducks and water buffaloes swimming in the rivers. Then, venture underground and walk through the tunnels on arrival. Experience what life was like for the Vietnamese soldiers, and try to cook with the smokeless stoves and sample some of the food the soldiers lived on. Brave the shooting range and fire an AK-47. Day 2: Mekong Delta Full-Day Tour Travel by bus to My Tho. Marvel at the landscape on the scenic drive and visit the Vinh Trang pagoda temple along the way. Then, journey along the Mekong River by boat to see the typical floating houses and fishing nets. Disembark at a coconut island in Ben Tre, where you can stroll around the village and stop at a local family home to try some tropical fruit, honey tea and honey wine. Learn how coconut candy is made before going to a restaurant for a Vietnamese lunch. Get some free time to take a short bike ride before traveling back to Ho Chi Minh City.

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Ho Chi Minh Transfers Between Airport and City Center

2. Ho Chi Minh Transfers Between Airport and City Center

Your driver will meet you at Ho Chi Minh City’s Tan Son Nhat International Airport and take care of your luggage as you step into a cool, air-conditioned vehicle. A wet tissue and a bottle of drinking water are available to refresh you. You’ll be well looked after on this transfer between the airport and your Ho Chi Minh City hotel. In about 30-minutes you’ll arrive at your accommodation. The transfer can also be booked from Ho Chi Minh City Center (Districts 1, 3, or 5) to Tan Son Nhat International Airport. Vehicle options include: 4-seat car (Toyota Vios, Altis). Maximum 2 passengers with luggage or 3 passengers without luggage 7-seat car (Toyota Innova). Maximum 3 passengers with luggage or 5 passengers without luggage 16-seat (Ford Transit). Maximum 6 passengers with luggage or 10 passengers without luggage

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Ho Chi Minh: Tan Son Nhat Airport Shuttle Bus Service

3. Ho Chi Minh: Tan Son Nhat Airport Shuttle Bus Service

Upon your arrival to Tan Son Nhat Airport, you will be greeted by your local friendly driver with a welcome board before being transferred to your hotel along with other travelers. You can enjoy a comfortable ride to your chosen hotel in District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, in the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle. Along the way, you will see the busy life of Ho Chi Minh City (formerly known as Saigon), at night. You will be amazed at how many motorbikes there will be on the road, and at how vibrant the streets of Ho Chi Minh will be. Upon your arrival to your hotel, your service will end with a good bye from your friendly local driver. Daily departure times: • Domestic Terminal - 01:00 AM, 09:40 AM, 12:20 PM, 4:00 PM, 8:00 PM, and 11:20 PM  • International Terminal - 01:10 AM, 05:00 AM, 08:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:40 PM, 16:20 PM, 20:10 PM, and 11:30 PM Alternatively, select the private charter service and maximize your comfort, by selecting the relevant option upon checkout.

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Saigon: Street Food Walking Tour

4. Saigon: Street Food Walking Tour

Explore Saigon by night and savor the delicious flavors of this buzzing metropolis. Get the know the city through its cuisine and stop at spots only locals know.  Get picked up at 5:30 pm from your accommodation by an English-speaking guide and stop to taste tropical fruits from the Mekong Delta. Savor the unusual flavors of longan, rambutan, custard-apple, lychee, and many more. Then continue to a spot where you can sample traditional hollow Vietnamese donuts. It's easy to indulge in this quintessential Saigon snack that is the perfect mix of salty and sweet. Next, taste snake wine, a drink produced by diffusing an entire snake in a bottle of rice wine. While not a traditional Vietnamese drink, it is popular with locals and tasting it promises to be a one-of-a-kind experience. Move on to Banh mi, a classic Vietnamese sandwich that is sure to become a staple of your diet while in Saigon.  Digest the dishes you've sampled on a walk to Xom Chieu Church while your guide discusses the history of the building and introduces you to its classic architecture. Then it's on to more food with different stops to taste flan specially prepared in an eggshell, fresh seafood, and local beer. Finally, get dropped off at your accommodation with a belly full of good memories.

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Ho Chi Minh City Food by Night: Private Motorbike Tour

5. Ho Chi Minh City Food by Night: Private Motorbike Tour

Eat your way through Ho Chi Minh City - formerly Saigon - and taste the best street food at night! Meet your English-speaking guides in the evening, and climb on the back of a bike to immerse yourself in the crazy traffic. Join thousands of other motorbikes as you ride the streets and your driver takes you through notable neighborhoods, including District 3 where the locals live. Stop to enjoy some Banh Xeo and Banh Khot (South and Central rice pancakes), and learn how they are made from a chef with over 20 years experience before riding down hidden alleyways, where you will encounter old apartment buildings. Go on a short adventure to climb up to the top of some old buildings and see the contrasting architecture between modern and authentic Saigon. You can even visit a local pagoda which was built inside an old apartment by a female monk. Visit the biggest night flower market and soak up the wonderful bouquets. Take a short walk around the area, and get a special gift from your guide. Go deep into a true maze of local market to have an authentic local experience by grilling banana cakes. Next, drive to District 5 and pass a street famous for its oil paintings. Stop at a local restaurant to savor some bún chả (grilled pork with noodles, Hanoi style), known as “Obama Noodles” after President Obama and Anthony Bourdain tried them in 2016! Venture into District 10, where the city’s street food scene really thrives. Excite your taste buds with a heavenly dish of coconut ice cream at a shop established in 1975. Watch as the owner prepares some coconut ice cream right before your eyes. Take a spin around the city for enticing views of the night life, and experience the hustle and bustle of fashion street. Squeeze through narrow alleyways that cars can’t access, and journey along the banks of the Saigon River with a welcoming breeze. End your food and motorbike tour in District 4, where you will enjoy a seafood or meat meal of 3 different dishes and an authentic food challenge! Try some balut (boiled, fertilized egg) and tuck into a dessert of flan cake with caramel, coffee and coconut milk. Wash it all down with beer, soft drinks, mineral water or homemade Vietnamese sticky rice wine.

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Mui Ne: Private Transfer to/from Ho Chi Minh Airport

6. Mui Ne: Private Transfer to/from Ho Chi Minh Airport

Enjoy a safe and reliable private airport transfer between Tan Son Nhat Airport and your accommodation in Mui Ne. Choose from a 1-way service to or from the airport. Be greeted by your driver, who will be waiting for you at the arrival hall with a sign displaying your name. Your driver will track your flight so you won't have to worry in case of a short flight delay. Save yourself having to carry heavy bags and take comfort knowing that all vehicles are regularly maintained to high-quality standards with complimentary wifi and bottled water onboard.

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Saigon: Night Craft Beer Tour

7. Saigon: Night Craft Beer Tour

Your culinary experience will begin at 5:00PM, at which point your guides will pick you up from your hotel or other preferred place. From here your first stop will be to a rooftop bar, where you can enjoy a beer while immersed in the picturesque sunset. Following that, you will stop at Nguyen Thien Thuat Street. This place has been very well integrated, containing residents from many different parts of Vietnam. For this reason its cuisine is both thoroughly fascinating and diverse. Following this, you will take a short walk to explore and understand more about the lifestyle of local people and the area's history, as well as many other stories about the building. You will then continue on driving to the biggest flower market in Saigon. Almost all kinds of flowers which are sold here are from various parts of Vietnam, and this market also the famous wholesale market of Ho Chi Minh City. Your next stop is always a favorite, as you stop by a very local pub where you will eat a satisfying meal containing sprouting egg and fried beef tendon, and sample a Vietnamese craft beer called Frozen Beer. Right here, you will witness the way Vietnamese people taste beer, and will also be introduced to some of the favorite beer brands in Vietnam. Your final stop will be a craft beer pub where you will taste 2 kinds of unique beers brewed with strange and freaky names as your guides share with you their craft stories. You will then finish your tour and drive back to your hotel or other preferred place of your choosing.

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What people are saying about Ho Chi Minh City

This was a fantastic experience. Elle and Henry were excited from the moment they picked us up which made the food tour even better. The food was amazing and there was a large variety of it. While it was all traditionally Vietnamese, I’m not sure we would have discovered many of the dishes on our own. Elle and Henry took time to explain everything we ate and walked us through how food relates to the culture. As an added bonus, we also enjoyed seeing how Vietnamese people live and learning fun facts about Vietnamese superstitions. Finally, I want to say how great Henry did as it was his first tour and he was in training, which we would have never known if he had not told us.

We had a really amazing evening with Azura and Henry. They taught us not only so much about the vietnamese kitchen but also really interesting side facts concerning the vietnamese lifestyle. Moreover the Scooter tour was very exciting and both of them drove very secure, so you feel safe and relaxed. Nevertheless you have to mention that Azura and Henry have been one of the most friendly Guides we‘ve ever met. They took always care of us. Thanks for everything. Sandra and Ben from Germany

Amazing night. All the food was delicious. The street food spots and other places we visited were fascinating and travelling by motorbike was a great experience. Our guides Nana and Michael were wonderful and really made our night. They even sent through food recommendations for other parts of the country we are visiting later.

We did the evening tour with Seven and Loui and can’t recommend this tour enough, the food was amazing! Getting around on the motorbikes is a great way to see the city at night and the boys driving was exceptional. Overall was a much better then expected experience and great way to try local street food

Very professional driver - met with the servicing person at the airport. Both were very lovely. Sure it is more expensive than grabbing a taxi but it is safe and reliable.