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Saigon Perspectives – From the Back of a Vespa

March 7, 2013 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , ,

Khiri Travel does the popular attractions – but in a different way.

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Khiri Travel Vietnam is offering Vespa scooter tours and female motorbike tours in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City). The idea is to navigate through Saigon the same as local people do. And that typically means getting on the back of a small motorbike to go shopping, to college, to meet friends or go to work. If we want an authentic Saigon urban experience, with a local point of view, let’s put a helmet on and join the Saigonese in the legendary ebb and flow of the city’s fabled streets. We cover the must-see sights, but also take roads less traveled to get a glimpse of Saigon history.

Khiri Travel Vietnam offers two two-wheeled motorbike options: Vespa scooters and tours led by Vietnamese ladies in traditional dress.

We do the most popular tourism attractions, but in a different way. For more information and bookings, please contact [email protected].

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