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Ho Chi Minh City is Vietnam’s largest and busiest city, and a private tour offers the best chance of avoiding the crowds. On this tour, enjoy great views as you zip around the city in an open-top Jeep and visit some of the most popular attractions, including Reunification Palace, the Jade Emperor Pagoda, the War Remnants Museum, Notre Dame Cathedral, Saigon Post Office, Opera House, Ben Thanh Market...
- Jeep tour is great choice for Couple and Family, You can talk, share and have fun TOGETHER on open air Jeep car
- Due to the heavy traffic in Saigon so travelling by Jeep is the best and safest way to discovery local areas of Saigon
- Able to stand up and enjoy the fresh air, capture the most memorable time in Saigon
- Choice of morning or afternoon departure
- Private tour: spend longer at the sights that interest you most
- Private U.S Army Jeep
- Private Tour Guide
- Drinks on Jeep (Beer + Water)
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- All Entry/Admission
- Personal expenses
8:00am or 1.30pm: You'll getpicked up
Pick up guest from hotel ( can be flexible base on guest request)
1st StopThe Reunification Palace
The Jeep will takes you to The Reunification Palace, also known as Independence Palace, is listed as a historical monument by witnessing great changes of Ho Chi Minh City’s history (formerly known Saigon) and having in itself the essence of Eastern culture. Throughout the heroic battles, this amazing work of architecture had witnessed almost every high and low of the Vietnamese war.
2nd StopCentral Post Office
Saigon Central Post Office was also built in the 1880s based on the design of Gustave Eiffel – a famous French architect.
3rd StopSaigon Notre Dame Cathedral
Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon is a cathedral located in the downtown of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Established by French colonists who initially named it Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Saïgon, the cathedral was constructed between 1863 and 1880. It has two bell towers, reaching a height of 58 meters (190 feet).
4th StopWar Remnants Museum
The War Remnants Museum was originally opened in September 1975, it displays old military equipment and other related items from the Vietnam War. In the courtyard we will find some larger exhibits including a F5A fighter and a UH1-Huey helicopter
5th StopEmperor Jade Pagoda
Jade Emperor Pagoda is the 100-year-old pagoda built by Vietnam’s local Chinese Cantonese community. It was visited by former President Obama in 2016, and listed at the top of Ho Chi Minh attractions
Pass byFormer U.S. Embassy
Although originally designed in early 1965 by the firm Curtis and Davis, their design had only called for three stories and due to the increased U.S. commitment in Vietnam, a larger building was needed. As such in November 1965 the firm Adrian Wilson and Associates were selected to redesign the building. The new design originally called for four stories but was then raised to six, and was built between 1965 and 1967 by the American construction company RMK-BRJ under the direction of the U.S. Navy Officer in Charge of Construction RVN. RMK-BRJ employed a workforce of 500 Vietnamese, primarily using materials from the U.S. due to the scarcity of commodities in South Vietnam at the time. Despite that the sand and gravel used in the concrete mix, along with the walkway tiles, and the bricks used in all the interior walls were sourced from Vietnam. The embassy was opened on September 29, 1967, after more than two years of construction and cost a total of 2.6 million dollar
6th StopSaigon Opera House
The Saigon Opera House was custom built in 1897 by the French architect Eugene Ferret. It is one of the top venues in Vietnam to listen to opera and classical music.
Pass byDong Khoi Street
Dong Khoi is known as a million-dollar street or where land is more expensive than gold. There are houses for sale up to VND 1.5 billion per sqm, setting a new record high in Vietnam.
Pass byNguyen Hue Street
Being the biggest road of Ho Chi Minh City, Nguyen Hue Walking Street spans 670 meters from the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee edifice to Bach Dang Wharf, respectively, and measures 64 meters in width. What’s different about this compared to any streets in the area is that it is installed with automatically-operated mist-emitting systems and lined with over 200 trees and 122 large tubs of flowering creepers. That creates a greenish landscape for the whole street and eases your mind whenever you come there.
7th StopBen Thanh Market
Ben Thanh Market is one of the oldest markets in Ho Chi Minh City. It had appeared before the French invaded Saigon (former name of Ho Chi Minh City), built at the beginning of the 17th century for small traders to exchange their goods on Ben Nghe River’s bank, next to a harbor near Gia Dinh Citadel. Ben Thanh Market is one of the busiest local markets in Ho Chi Minh City that you should visit to enjoy famous Vietnamese foods and shopping for lovely souvenirs. You will be definitely amazed by plenty of colorful kiosks where they sell foods, gifts, clothes and thousands of other items here.
12:00pm or 5.30pm: We'll take youBack to hotel
Jeep will take you back to hotel by jeep, finish the tour.