Saigon (Hochiminh city) Tours, Hotels & What to do

Most bustling city with cononial buildings & colorful China Town
Sai gon, now widely called Ho Chi Minh City by most of locals here, is the largest city of Vietnam. Sai gon, historically, is known as “the Pearl of Far East” and now powerfully emerging as a center of commerce and economy of Vietnam. Whether you want the finest hotels or the cheapest guesthouses, the classiest restaurants or the most humble street stalls, the designer boutiques or the scrum of the markets, Saigon has it all. The Saigon experience is about so many things – memorable conversations, tantalizing tastes and moments of frustration – yet it will not evoke apathy. Stick around this conundrum of a city long enough and you may just unravel its mysteries.

How to get there?
Saigon has the biggest airport of Vietnam, Tan Son Nhat, which is the port for both International and domestic flights. Tan Son Nhat airport is counted for the highest flights and passenger arrived and transferred over Vietnam Airports. Most of popular International cities has flights connect to this airport

The last miles of legendary Mekong River before joining her stream into the ocean creates several ports. Those ports can host top luxurious, huge liners which carrying thousands of tourists coming to visit Saigon and Mekong delta

Saigon is the very end of Reunification Train routs. The train station here is a base for railway connect to most parts north ward. The most highlighted routs is from Saigon to Nha trang now offer both options of comfort, regular, inexpensive tickets and luxurious stay in 5stars equipped carriages

What to see?
Saigon is a name so evocative that it conjures up a thousand jumbled images. Wander through timeless alleys to ancient pagodas or teeming markets, past ramshackle wooden shops selling silk, spices and baskets, before fast-forwarding into the future beneath sleek skyscrapers or at designer malls, gourmet restaurants and minimalist bars. The ghosts of the past live on in the churches, temples, former GI hotels and government buildings that one generation ago witnessed a city in turmoil, but the real beauty of Saigon’s urban collage is that these two worlds blend so seamlessly into one.

Activities expected here: sightseeing, dinner cruising, cyclo riding, cooking class, photo shooting and shopping at local markets