Saigon + Cu Chi Tunnels + Mytho @ Mekong Delta
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Nguyen Hue Street is a broad walking promenade in the middle of District 1 city center. This pedestrian area is flanked by some beautiful French colonial architectural wonders like the People’s Committee, the Rex Hotel, and a luxury shopping mall. In front of the People’s Committee, you find a statue of Uncle Ho Chi Minh and a fountain shown by night. At the other end of the promenade, you find the Saigon River from where you can enjoy a nice view with a breeze. Walking from one end of the street to the other takes you around ten minutes and you will find some nice bars and restaurants along the way. It is nice to walk on Nguyen Hue Street, or take a seat on one of the benches, to have a look at the daily life and routine of the locals. From Nguyen Hue Street other sightseeing places are easily reached, you find the Saigon Opera House and Dong Khoi shopping street only 100 meters away. Therefore it is an ideal location to do some sightseeing and relax afterward.
Café Apartment Block ~ the apartment block was actually a housing estate, but the residents opened up some small cafe businesses right inside or put the apartments for rent for coffee shops or fashion boutiques. Each shop is decorated distinctively, leaving such a strong impression on both the locals and ex-pats. It would be a real pity if you walked around Nguyen Hue pedestrian street without stepping inside this apartment block.
Cu Chi Tunnels were the vast network of underground tunnels from the 1940s expanded by guerrilla Viet Cong forces during the American War. It was the hiding places as well as communications and supply routes, hospitals, and living quarters. CUCHI TUNNELS are approximately 250 KM stretches from Ho Chi Minh City until the Cambodian boarders.
War Remnants Museum, established in 1975 ~ this museum is not for the fainthearted as it houses harrowing displays of weapons and photographs from the American War; with displays outside the building of various U.S. military hardware like tanks, jets, helicopters, and howitzers.
Independence Palace, also publicly known as Reunification Convention Hall, is a landmark in Ho Chi Minh City (formerly known as Saigon), Vietnam. It was designed by architect Ngô Viết Thụ and was the home and workplace of the President of the Republic of (South) Vietnam. It was the site of the fall of Saigon on 30 April 1975 that ended the Vietnam War, when a North Vietnamese Army tank crashed through its gates and the palace became a monument to that historic date.
Saigon Central Post Office ~ the building was constructed when Vietnam was part of French Indochina; it was constructed between 1886 and 1891. It counts Gothic, Renaissance, and French influences the vaulted roof and arched windows lend a classic look reminiscent of European Railway stations and are now a tourist attraction.
Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon ~ established by French colonists who initially named it the Church of Saigon, the cathedral was constructed between 1863 and 1880. The name Notre Dame Cathedral has been used since 1959. It has two bell towers, reaching a height of 58 meters (190 feet). All the original building materials were imported from France. Tiles have been carved with the words Guichard Carvin, Marseille St André France, stating the district in Marseille where the tiles were produced. Some tiles are carved with the words Wang-Tai Saigon. Many tiles have since been made in Saigon to replace the tiles that were damaged by the war. There are 56 glass squares supplied by the Lorin firm of Chartres, the French town famous for the 13th-century stained-glass windows of its cathedral. The cathedral foundation was designed to bear ten times the weight of the cathedral.
Saigon Square Market & Ben Thanh Market ~ the market sells everything from ceramics, clothes, watches, lighters, t-shirts, coffee, handbags, shoes, conical hats, custom-made suits, and dresses to noodle soup and fruit smoothies. Guests may enjoy free time for shopping activities here.
** Child ages applicable from 02-12 years old only.
~ Sharing a room with 02 adults with an extra bed = 75% of adult fares.
~ Sharing a room with 02 adults without an extra bed = 50% of adult fares.
** Hotel extension room rates include miscellaneous service charges, government taxes & breakfasts X 02 GUESTS ONLY.
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Booking period: Now until 31 March 2023
In this promotion tour package BUY 03 FREE 01, we will provide only two rooms based on twin sharing.