5:30 pm to 9:30 pm
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Same as pickup location
The best way to explore the night life of the locals is to sit at the back of motorbikes and enjoy a complete view of life and cultures of people in Saigon. Your expert local guides will pick you up and after getting acquainted with each other, introduce the tour schedule to you. The first place you visit is the Thich Quang Duc memorial monument in district 3 - this is the place where Thich Quang Duc buried himself to protest the persecution of Buddhism by the South Vietnamese Government in 1963.
Then you weave around the local wet market to the biggest flower market in the city for wholesalers and retailers for the whole city! This fragrant experience leads to a quick stop at a local coffee shop for a cup of coffee, watching the bustling streets while listen to melodious music, you will feel totally relaxed! Then it’s time to pay a visit to the Thien Hau Pagoda (Mother of Sea) which was built by the Chinese in 1760 in order to bring their religious beliefs to Viet Nam. The materials of the pagoda were imported from China by boat!
Ride along the aquarium and cross the bridge connecting district 5 and 8. From here, you can enjoy the spectacular view of contrasting high-rise buildings and slum area. Continue onward to District 7 where you will feel the fresh air while riding along riverside. Stop here for a quick lunch and grab a taste of Saigon at sundown. Head next to district 4 to visit the floating market where people live, work and sell goods on their boat!
If you upgrade, on the way back to the hotels, before your tour comes to a close, ride through the culinary alley that has many types of street food of Vietnam. Relish mouth-watering local delicacies and conclude your tour on a delicious note.
About The Supplier:
Your travel buddy Vietnam Street Food Tours offer informative and enjoyable tours that you can never forget all the while letting you experience the food, busy life, off beat paths in and around Vietnam. Accompanying you along the way are professional, knowledgeable and hilarious guides who love to introduce you to traditional foods and specialties of their country.
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