Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City is a vibrant urban landscape. Often still referred to as Saigon, it’s a city of new energy and lease of life.
Socially the city is flourishing with a sophisticated cafe culture, exciting dining scene and a burgeoning interest in eclectic art. Ho Chi Minh’s historic landmarks, from the Opera House to Notre Dame Cathedral lend the city’s sprawl a unique elegance. Wide boulevards turn to narrow streets and timeless alleys are a delight to explore along with its ancient pagodas and thriving street markets. Explore ancient temples, visit the war remnants museum and the eerie Cu Chi tunnels or take a cruise through the Mekong Delta. Why not dive into the heart and soul of the city and its food districts. Discover what this thriving and exciting metropolis can offer in terms of street food from the side of a vintage sidecar motorbike with one of our favourite guides. This is a truly unique way to discover the city at its best and it’s a foodies delight which really gives you an understanding of what ‘food on the go’ really means. From pork noodles and rice pancakes to snailbased delicacies, Ho Chi Minh City quite literally has a lot on its plate when it comes to food. Did we mention the wonderful shopping? Well, suffice to say between you and me, you should definitely pack an extra bag or you’ll never get all your purchases home. There’s so much to see and do you’ll be spoilt for choice.