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From Ho Chi Minh: Saigon Sightseeing By Motorbike

From Ho Chi Minh: Saigon Sightseeing By Motorbike

You will have a real local friend who can speak English and have excellent driving skills with great warming hospitality to show you the truly real full view of different parts; from tourist attractions to local areas, from the wealthy to the hidden slum areas. We will drive at least through 5 different districts which are well-known for different highlights. Dist. 1: Saigon Notre-Dame Cathedral & Central Post Office & Student Bet coffee style park & Nguyen Hue walking street. • It’s the time for our beautiful French colonial architecture and youth local activities to understand why Saigon is called as a promised land in Vietnam. Dist. 3: The Venerable Thich Quang Duc Monument & Saigon oldest buildings & some typical shopping streets and small markets. • Thich Quang Duc monk is the one who burned himself to death to protest against the persecution of Buddhism during the Vietnamese War (June 1963) • Dist. 3 is already known as the dreaming area to stay for our middle-class locals with quiet and tranquil atmosphere and some French architecture villas. • Visit Nguyen Thien Thuat apatment. It is the most dynamic and bustling city in Vietnam. However, the town still hides ancient and rustic values over time, and one of the most outstanding examples is the Nguyen Thien Thuat apartment buildings in District 3. Dist. 10: Ho Thi Ki Flower market (Saigon biggest flower market): • If you are a flower lover, make sure you never miss this biggest none-sleep wholesale market. Over there, you can easily immerse yourself in many kinds of tropical or even imported flowers with the most reasonable price in town. Dist. 5 & 6: Central of China town and temple & the most active shopping streets and typical markets for locals, such as roosters and birds market, fabric market, traditional Chinese medicine market, etc. especially the biggest motorbike accessories market in Saigon. You will visit On Lang Pagoda (also known as Quan Am and Hoi Quan On Lang) which was supposedly the largest Chinese community pagoda in Ho Chi Minh City and currently supports both the Vietnamese and Chinese Buddhist. • If you are a world traveller, you can easily find out the China town all over the world, then visit Saigon China town to figure out how different and how the Chinese & Vietnamese people live together and trade in Saigon. Enjoy beef noodles which is one of the most daily common breakfast or lunch of Vietnamese people. Then head to have one of the best coffee in town (Cheo leo Coffee) and have a look at the process how they can made a beautiful coffee like that. End tour at your accommodation

HCMC Motorbike Sightseeing Tour

HCMC Motorbike Sightseeing Tour

The team will show you our amazing city, there is no need to worry about any single thing, with us, you will have a real local friend who can speak English and has excellent driving skills with great warming hospitality to show you the truly real full view of different parts; from tourist attractions to local areas, from the wealthy to the hidden slum areas. Saigon motorbike city tour: We will drive at least through 5 different districts which are well-known for different highlights. Dist. 1: Saigon Notre-Dame Cathedral & Central Post Office & Student Bet coffee style park & Nguyen Hue walking street. It’s the time for our beautiful French colonial architecture and youth local activities to understand why Saigon is called a promised land in Vietnam. Dist. 3: The Venerable Thich Quang Duc Monument & Saigon's oldest buildings & some typical shopping streets and small markets. Thich Quang Duc monk is the one who burned himself to death to protest against the persecution of Buddhism during the Vietnamese War (June 1963). Dist. 3 is already known as the dream area to stay for our middle-class locals with a quiet and tranquil atmosphere and some French architecture villas. Visit Nguyen Thien Thuat's apartment. It is the most dynamic and bustling city in Vietnam. However, the town still hides ancient and rustic values over time, and one of the most outstanding examples is the Nguyen Thien Thuat apartment buildings in District 3. Dist. 10: Ho Thi Ki Flower Market (Saigon's biggest flower market): If you are a flower lover, make sure you never miss this biggest none-sleep wholesale market. Over there, you can easily immerse yourself in many kinds of tropical or even imported flowers at the most reasonable price in town. Dist. 5 & 6: Central China town and temple & the most active shopping streets and typical markets for locals, such as roosters and birds market, fabric market, traditional Chinese medicine market, etc. especially the biggest motorbike accessories market in Saigon. You will visit On Lang Pagoda (also known as Quan Am and Hoi Quan On Lang) which was supposedly the largest Chinese community pagoda in Ho Chi Minh City and currently supports both the Vietnamese and Chinese Buddhists. If you are a world traveler, you can easily find out the China town all over the world, then visit Saigon China town to figure out how different and the Chinese & Vietnamese people live together and trade in Saigon.

Ho Chi Minh: Explore the city by motorbike

Ho Chi Minh: Explore the city by motorbike

Saigon City Tour by motorbike Saigon City Tour motorbike tour offers flexible pick-up times according to your wishes: - Morning: 8am (tour ends at 12pm) - Afternoon: 1pm (tour ends at 5pm) - Evening: 6pm (tour ends at 10pm) TRIP: We will show you our wonderful city, no need to worry about anything, with us you will have a real local friend who can speak English and has driving skills great with warm hospitality to show you the real panoramic view of the different parts; from tourist spots to localities, from the wealthy to hidden slums. Motorbike tour to visit Saigon city We will drive at least through 5 different districts famous for their different highlights. District. 1: Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral & Central Post Office & Bet student-style coffee park & Nguyen Hue walking street. It's time for the beautiful French colonial architecture and local activities of our youth to understand why Saigon is called the promised land in Vietnam. District. 3: Statue of Venerable Thich Quang Duc & the oldest buildings in Saigon & some typical shopping streets and small markets. Venerable Thich Quang Duc self-immolated to protest the persecution of Buddhism during the Vietnam War (June 1963). District 3 is known as the dream residence of our country's middle class with a quiet, peaceful atmosphere and a number of French-style architectural villas. Visit Nguyen Thien Thuat apartment. This is the most dynamic and bustling city in Vietnam. However, the town still contains ancient, rustic values over time, and one of the most prominent examples is the Nguyen Thien Thuat apartment complex in District 3. District 10: Ho Thi Ki flower market (largest flower market in Saigon): If you are a flower lover, make sure you never miss this largest sleepless wholesale market. There, you can easily immerse yourself in a variety of tropical or even imported flowers at the most reasonable prices in the city. District 5 & 6: Town center and Chinese temple & the busiest shopping streets and typical local markets such as rooster and bird market, fabric market, oriental medicine market, etc. especially the largest motorbike accessories market in Saigon. You will visit On Lang Pagoda (also known as Quan Am and On Lang Assembly Hall), said to be the largest Chinese community temple in Ho Chi Minh City and currently supporting both Vietnamese and Chinese Buddhists. Quoc. If you are a person who likes to travel the world, you can easily learn about Chinatowns around the world, then visit Saigon Chinatown to learn the differences and differences of Chinese and Vietnamese people live and trade together in Saigon. Enjoying beef noodle soup is one of the popular daily breakfasts or lunches of Vietnamese people. End the tour at your accommodation Note: Please let your tour guide know if you are allergic to any foods so they can provide alternatives for you. The tour will be tailored to your preferences.

From Ho Chi Minh: Saigon Sightseeing By Motorbike

From Ho Chi Minh: Saigon Sightseeing By Motorbike

You will have a real local friend who can speak English and have excellent driving skills with great warming hospitality to show you the truly real full view of different parts; from tourist attractions to local areas, from the wealthy to the hidden slum areas. We will drive at least through 5 different districts which are well-known for different highlights. Dist. 1: Saigon Notre-Dame Cathedral & Central Post Office & Student Bet coffee style park & Nguyen Hue walking street. • It’s the time for our beautiful French colonial architecture and youth local activities to understand why Saigon is called as a promised land in Vietnam. Dist. 3: The Venerable Thich Quang Duc Monument & Saigon oldest buildings & some typical shopping streets and small markets. • Thich Quang Duc monk is the one who burned himself to death to protest against the persecution of Buddhism during the Vietnamese War (June 1963) • Dist. 3 is already known as the dreaming area to stay for our middle-class locals with quiet and tranquil atmosphere and some French architecture villas. • Visit Nguyen Thien Thuat apatment. It is the most dynamic and bustling city in Vietnam. However, the town still hides ancient and rustic values over time, and one of the most outstanding examples is the Nguyen Thien Thuat apartment buildings in District 3. Dist. 10: Ho Thi Ki Flower market (Saigon biggest flower market): • If you are a flower lover, make sure you never miss this biggest none-sleep wholesale market. Over there, you can easily immerse yourself in many kinds of tropical or even imported flowers with the most reasonable price in town. Dist. 5 & 6: Central of China town and temple & the most active shopping streets and typical markets for locals, such as roosters and birds market, fabric market, traditional Chinese medicine market, etc. especially the biggest motorbike accessories market in Saigon. You will visit On Lang Pagoda (also known as Quan Am and Hoi Quan On Lang) which was supposedly the largest Chinese community pagoda in Ho Chi Minh City and currently supports both the Vietnamese and Chinese Buddhist. • If you are a world traveller, you can easily find out the China town all over the world, then visit Saigon China town to figure out how different and how the Chinese & Vietnamese people live together and trade in Saigon. Enjoy beef noodles which is one of the most daily common breakfast or lunch of Vietnamese people. Then head to have one of the best coffee in town (Cheo leo Coffee) and have a look at the process how they can made a beautiful coffee like that. End tour at your accommodation

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