Traveling in Ho Chi Minh City by cyclo tour will take tourists to the largest city of Vietnam. Join us to visit beautiful scenery or exciting places from central city to Chinatown. You will discover its history and culture with visits to the War Remnants Museum or the History Museum and the Temples. Let us show you the past as well as get a glimpse of the daily life of the shopkeeper in Chinatown and see the French colonial builings such as Notre Dame Cathedral, Ho Chi Minh City Post Office.
Explore the central city with historical landmarks
Explore the history of Ho Chi Minh City by locals and experience the city before the war.
Travel by cyclo tour. The typical cyclos of close city life, stopping to enjoy the delicacies as well as visiting the scenery of one of the special cities in Vietnam.
First of all, cyclo Tour will take you to the War Remnants Museum. This was established in September 1975, displaying old military equipment and related items from the war. We continue to visit the Reunification Palace, formerly known as the Presidential Palace, which was the first scene of South Vietnam in April 1975. Going down to see the Notre Dame Cathedral and Ho Chi Minh City Post Office, which are the beautiful places from the French colonial period.
Moreover, the cyclo tour can take you around the Nha Rong harbor to enjoy the beauty of nature next to the Sai Gon River. You can also visit the Ho Chi Minh Museum, visit and learn about the great leader of Vietnam.
Explore Chinatown by cyclo tour
Discover the history of China through the market of Ho Chi Minh City. Named Cho Lon or “Big Market” by the local people and experience the city with bustling beauty.
The China Town was founded in Saigon by Chinese settlers and preobably has the longest history in the city. Therefore, the people here live their lives as much as they did before 1975: doing business and continuing their tradition as the country grows around them.
Cyclo tour – typical cyclos of the city experience local life nearby, stop for good food. Feel the hustle and bustle of street vendors selling a mixture of herbs for traditional medicine. Take down the alleyways in the fast cars, passing through many small houses. Most noteworthy, visit the 250 year-old Lady Thien Hau temple (God of the sea) as well as the historic South Sai Gon Cha Tam Church.
Last but not least, go to the stores before you go to Binh Tay Market. Then enjoy the Vietnamese food that you can enjoy the local specialties such as Vietnamese cake or Noodle, sweet dessert.
For more details, you can contact:
Xich Lo Private Tours
Tel: +84 90264 7769 (Outside Vietnam) or 09 0264 7769 (Inside Vietnam)