08:00 AM. Pick up at Meeting Point in Ho Chi Minh City.
08:30 AM. Visit War Museum, The War Remnants Museum in Ho Chi Minh City first opened to the public in 1975. Once known as the ‘Museum of American War Crimes’, it's a shocking reminder of the long and brutal Vietnam War. Graphic photographs and American military equipment are on display. There's a helicopter with rocket launchers, a tank, a fighter plane, a single-seater attack aircraft. You can also see a conventional bomb that weighs at 6,800kg. American troops had used these weapons against the Vietnamese between 1945 and 1975.
09:00 AM. Taste Vietnamese tea and coffee in the cafe
09.30 AM. Visit Thien Hau Temple, most of the tourists are impressed by the peaceful atmosphere and strong smell of incense which in this temple. There are hundreds of circle incense with one’s wishes sticks hanging from the roof, which last for some days, even a week. The temple welcomes many people coming to pray every day.
10.30 AM. Visit China town, Ho Chi Minh City’s is Vietnam’s largest Chinatown with roots dating back to 1778; it’s also a place of great historical and cultural importance. Chinese minorities hid here from the Tay Son and subsequently had to rebuild the area twice following attack with as many as 70% estimated to have died trying to escape on boats. Those who survived settled and began selling a variety of Chinese products. Then visit The Binh Tay market at the centre is busy, crowded and messy with small aisles selling all manner of goods.
12:00 PM. Lunch at local restaurant
01:00 PM. Visit Presidential Palace was the base of Vietnamese General Ngo Dinh Diem until his death in 1963. It made its name in global history in 1975. A tank belonging to the North Vietnamese Army crashed through its main gate, ending the Vietnam War. Today, it's a must-visit for tourists in Ho Chi Minh City.
02:30 PM. Visit Notre Dame Cathedral, built in the late 1880s by French colonists, is one of the few remaining strongholds of Catholicism in the largely Buddhist Vietnam. Located in Paris Square, the name Notre Dame was given after the installation of the statue ‘Peaceful Notre Dame’ in 1959.
03:30 PM. Visit The Central Post Office in Ho Chi Minh is a beautifully preserved remnant of French colonial times and perhaps the grandest post office in all of Southeast Asia. Located next door to Notre Dame Cathedral, the two cultural sites can be visited together and offers visitors a chance to imagine life in Vietnam during the times of the Indochinese Empire. The building was designed by Alfred Foulhoux and features arched windows and wooden shutters, just as it would have in its heyday in the late 19th Century
04:30 PM. Return to the hotel in Hochiminh.
** End of Service **
1. Round-trip transfer from Meeting Point
2. English speaking guide
3. All Sightseeing Entrance Fee
4. Drinking Water
1. Other fees not mentioned