Tours to Saigon will help you feel the spirit of Vietnam. Vietnam is not limited by wonderful beaches at the South China Sea all the tourists know, it’s also has its own industrial megalopolises such as Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), which is the center of South Vietnam. Tours to Saigon let you get to know the contradictory Asia with its noise, rush and overpopulation. Tours to Saigon have the spirit of modern Asia and at the same time bring you back to the times of Vietnam War or even to the agricultural epoch before urbanization.
Don’t put your coat on for a tour to Saigon. It’s always warm, even hot here. The average annual temperature in Ho Chi Minh City is about 28 degrees Celsius. There is no sea nearby, but there is a river called the Saigon.
Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) has an area of more than 2000 square kilometers with the population of more than 8 million people.
Ho Chi Minh city is still called Saigon in everyday speech by locals and tourists. Through officially Saigon got the name of Ho Chi Minh City back in 1975 after the first president on the united socialistic Vietnam (Vietnam got united after the end of the Vietnam War).
Currently Saigon is not a capital of Vietnam through it’s the biggest city of the country. The city of Hanoi located on the north of Vietnam is the modern capital. Saigon used to be the capital of South Vietnam during 1955-1975 before the Vietnam War ended and South and North Vietnam got united.
Price for one-day tour to Saigon from Mui Ne: $60, including:
Price for two-days tour to Saigon from Mui Ne: $100 including:
- Cu Chi tunnels,
- Saigon city tour.
Or vice verse: Mekong Delta tour at day one, and Cu Chi tunnels and Saigon city view tour at day two.