Ho Chi Minh City has consistent temperatures year-round, and the weather is generally warm. Heatwaves hit the city from April to May, welcoming the rainy season from May to November. Slightly cooler temperatures emerge in December and January.
Travellers can arrive in Ho Chi Minh City by bus, train or plane. Tan Son Nhat international airport welcomes foreign and domestic arrivals daily, while various bus companies operate shuttles from Phnom Penh and destinations across Vietnam. Also sees a steady stream of train travellers. Taxis are everywhere, but those with a Vietnamese SIM card can use ride-hailing apps like Grab. Local buses cover a good portion of the city. Travellers can also take a boat along the river, for a day trip to Củ Chi Tunnels or the Mekong Delta.
Discover city highlights in an unique way without car windows in a 4 hour tour. A fun ride on the back of the scooter to visit main attractions: War Museum, Central Post Office, Notre-Dame Catheral, Jade Emperor Pagoda …
Are you an architecture and history lover?
Not only will you learn some fun and interesting facts about each the place but also our local guide will tell you things only a true native of Saigon knows.
By joining this 4-hour adventure, you will be taken by our tour guide to see the most famous sights of the city on the back of the scooter. You will see the streets and learn history from the local views. Everywhere you come, there are rolling food carts and vendors selling wares spread out on the sidewalk.
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Our tour guide will come to your hotel to pick up at 8:00 AM for the morning tour or 1 PM for the afternoon tour. Then we get on our scooter and head to Jade Emperor Pagoda where are worshipping the King of Heaven. After 30 minutes visit inside with our tour guide to get all of the information, we will get on scooter (it takes 20 minutes) and move to War Remnants Museum for a visit around 40 minutes inside War Museum (a great place with lots of emotions you will feel it through stories and historical facts).
A quick look at Reunification Palace (we can stop for your pictures and historical information). Our next stop will be Notre-Dame Cathedral and Saigon Central Post Office for a 40-minute visit inside.
Our next stop will be Ben Thanh Market. On the way to get there, you will have an opportunity to see Saigon Opera House, Nguyen Hue Walking Street, City Hall and hundreds of scooters are parallel moving around you of course. Finally, we will visit Thich Quang Duc Monument (a mysterious story waiting for you told by our tour guide).