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Discover Saigon on Vintage Wheels

June 28, 2012 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under:


A Vespa tour of Ho Chi Minh City is definitely ‘bucket-list’ worthy. The seasoned tour guides know what to see and how to see it, and will give you a Saigon experience you won’t forget.

This 4.5-hour tour covers major attractions, unforgettable historical locations and spots unknown to most tourists. Sights include Tao Dan park, the monument of Thich Quang Duc, Ho Thi Ky flower market, Nhi Phu temple, the famous Post Office and Cathedral of Notre Dame, and much more — a full day you couldn’t accomplish on foot.

The guides are long-time residents and aim to give you a Saigon experience to brag about. You’ll encounter must-see landmarks while also getting off the crowded tourist trail for a peek at the Saigon that most visitors never even hear about — never mind see.

The final stop is at HCM City People’s Committee building, a stunning French colonial structure, which is known for its elegant design, tranquil gardens and ornate interior – the perfect way to end the action-packed day of riding.

If you’re an adventurous traveler who wants an authentic city excursion, the best way to see Ho Chi Minh is on two-wheels.

For more information and bookings please contact [email protected].

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