We put together the best Saigon City tour for someone visiting Ho Chi Minh City who wants to see it all!! The Saigon City Tour will focus on providing a variety of what Ho Chi Minh City has to offer including sights and local areas during a motorbike tour of Saigon. From Beautiful French Architecture to local alleyways where Vietnamese families work, live, and play our Saigon City Tour has it all.
The Saigon City Tour at different times are virtually the same tour. The inability to access the inside of the Notre Dame Cathedral during the Afternoon Saigon City Tour is about the only difference.
Our morning saigon city tour, afternoon saigon city tour, and night saigon city tours are currently 50% similar to one another. Each Saigon City Tour offers something different while the areas that we visit will normally be the same. This is because each saigon city tour visits around 5-7 districts. If you are looking to book multiple tours we recommend booking different types of tours an example would be to book a Morning Saigon City Tour and then a Saigon Food Tour. This would give you the chance to have two very different experiences of Vietnamese Culture.
Probably our most frequently asked question about our Saigon City Tour, as many people do not understand the difference between the Saigon City Tour and the Vietnam Food Tours we offer. The biggest difference is that the Saigon Food Tour is focused on experiencing Vietnamese Cuisine. The Saigon city tour is focused on seeing the a large portion of Ho Chi Minh city while learning about the culture, history, and current life style of local Vietnamese. The Saigon City Tour has much more time riding on the motorbike and seeing some of our favorite Ho Chi Minh City spots and activities in Ho Chi minh city that we think are interesting. On the vietnam food tour the motorbike is the means for us to travel from vendor to vendor through ho chi minh city while making our way through our Vietnamese tasting menu. If you are interested in food then you should book a food tour, if you are more interested in riding the motorbike through Ho Chi Minh City and seeing Saigon then you should book a Saigon city tour. Taking a Saigon City Tour and a Saigon Food Tour throughout a single day is also highly recommended for two very different experiences.
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Our expert Vietnam Tour guides help you to easily navigate the busy streets of Saigon's many neighborhoods on the back of our motorbikes.
On our Saigon City tour you'll discover the history and culture of Ho Chi Minh City in just a short amount of time.
While uncovering local areas and sights you simply won't find without being on the Back of our Bikes!
Jump on our Bikes and join our charming guides for a local's perspective of Ho Chi Minh City.
A combination of our favorite sights and local areas put together in one tour of Saigon. This offers travelers with a limited time in Ho Chi Minh City to see as much as possible of historical and local Saigon as possible. From Beautiful French Architecture to local alleyways where Vietnamese families work, live, and play, Our Motorbike City Tour of Saigon as a bit of variety for everyone.
We use our motorbikes to tour around Saigon so that we can see as much as possible while getting the local Vietnam experience. We will have quite a few stops where we will get off the bike to discuss some of Saigon’s best Sight Seeing experiences and take some photo’s. Here we will discuss history, architecture, and how these places are still in use today.After the main sights of Saigon, we will spend time cruising through local parts of Ho Chi Minh City. This will give you the chance to see the unseen! A walk through a local wet market where families come everyday to shop is an eye opening and exciting experience. Towards the end of our tour we will drive through some of the alley ways of China Town to dig into the interesting history of this bustling area before stopping to experience an old Chinese Assembly hall that is still in use today as a Buddhist Temple.
We will visit Districts 1,3,4,5,10, and 8. To see our more specific Itinerary detail, please look below.