Saigon Tours

585 Views / 16/01/2024 / thuyquynh
Whenever you think of a supermarket to shop for premium and high quality foods and drinks in Ho Chi Minh City, we will definitely suggest you go to Annam Gourmet Market where...
602 Views / 16/01/2024 / thuyquynh
Saigon Central Post Office is one of the most famous and iconic attractions in Ho Chi Minh City. With its unique structure and remnant of the city’s past, this is a...
593 Views / 16/01/2024 / thuyquynh
The selection of best shopping in Ho Chi Minh City has been updated for 2024 by travelers and professionals. In a recent revelation, the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Tourism proudly presents the...
467 Views / 25/12/2023 / thuyquynh
Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon, is a popular tourist destination to discover fascinating culture, sleek skyscrapers, classic French architecture and ornate temples and pagodas in Vietnam. In...
1248 Views / 24/10/2023 / thuyquynh
If you travel to  HCM City (Saigon) during Christmas, there would be a nice experience of tropical vibes of Christmas. You should be wonder where should you visit? What should...
3806 Views / 23/07/2021 / vietnamtour
Ham Nghi Boulevard view from the pedestrian bridge from Saigon River_Ho Chi Minh pictures_source: buffalotrip.com From his unusual vantage point, American photographer John Beck captured several spectacular images of Saigon...
3953 Views / 21/07/2021 / vietnamtour
Built in 1760, Ba Thien Hau (Lady Thien Hau Pagoda, Quan Am Pagoda) is regarded as one of the oldest, largest, and most beautiful Chinese pagodas in Saigon (Ho Chi...
3371 Views / 02/05/2021 / vietnamtour
Chua Chan Mountain Hiking Overview Because of its mixture of a paved staircase and a dirt route, the Chua Chan Mountain hiking trail is a decent beginner trail. The dirt...
3365 Views / 21/04/2021 / vietnamtour
Da Lat has long been known for quick weekend getaways to avoid the summer heat of Ho Chi Minh City and bring lots of romantic Instagram-worthy photos. Da Lat is...
5806 Views / 19/04/2021 / vietnamtour
When you walk into Ho Chi Minh City's Chinatown, you'll feel like you're in a miniature Hong Kong, with people speaking Cantonese and shops selling Chinese cuisine. Prepare to enjoy...