VIETNAM – 3Nights 4Days

4 Days
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Highlights: Excellent value for money, Family friendly, Multiple departure times and locations available
Price includes
  • A guided tour of important places
  • All meals included
  • Professionally guided tour
  • Tips to guide and driver
Price does not include
  • Excess baggage charge
  • Meals, unless expressly states
  • Personal expenses
  • Services not specifically stated in the itinerary
  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
Day 1


When you arrive at Tan Son Nhat International Airport, our driver and guide will greet you.

Vietnam's largest city is Ho Chi Minh City, originally and still popularly known as Saigon. The city, which is the economic center of Vietnam and the main hub of the southern region, is teeming with vitality and creativity. Vietnam's cosmopolitan capital city has become one of the most popular travel destinations thanks to its dynamic cityscape that blends the country's old and new.

Begin by paying a visit to the War Remnants Museum, which houses a sizable collection of artifacts from Vietnam's wars with the French and Americans, including weapons, pictures, and documentation. Continue to Reunification Palace, which served as the South Vietnamese President's house until the end of April 1975 and served as a reminder of that government's rule.
The Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica, a neo-Roman cathedral constructed more than 130 years ago by the colonial French with materials largely imported from Marseilles, is the next stop on the journey. Visit the Saigon Central Post Office, a beautiful colonial structure that was created by renowned French architect Gustave Eiffel in the first decade of the 20th century.

Meal: Breakfast ,Lunch (Indian food), Dinner (Indian food)Overnight at hotel in Ho Chi Minh City


Day 2


During the two wars against the French and later the Americans, the Viet Cong used the Cu Chi Tunnels, located 75 kilometers northwest of downtown Ho Chi Minh City, as a significant underground hideaway and base of resistance. The tunnels, which were totally dug by hand, produced a very complex network of connected multilevel passageways that at times extended as far as the Cambodian border and had a total length of more than 120 km. Its intricate design, which included meeting rooms, kitchens, wells, clinics, schools, depots, trenches, and emergency exits, was unfathomably complex. The tunnels were deep, sturdy, and self-contained enough to survive severe bombings and withstand protracted sieges.

After returning to Ho Chi Minh City, we travel to the serene and beautiful Jade Emperor Pagoda. Then you are transferred to visit the temple, which was adorned with massive papier-mache figures and intricate woodwork carvings on tablets. The two most significant ones in Cholon are Phuoc An Hoi Quan Pagoda (dedicated to the Chinese God "Guan Gong") and Quan Am Pagoda (dedicated to the Buddhist Bodhisattva of "Guan Yin"). The largest market in Ho Chi Minh City, Ben Thanh Market, is the next stop before heading into the city center.

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch (Indian food), Dinner (Indian food) Overnight at hotel in Ho Chi Minh city

Day 3


Early in the morning, take a car trip to Vietnam's largest rice bowl, the Mekong Delta, the largest delta in the world. When you arrive in My Tho City, the provincial seat of Tien Giang, take a speedboat and go through convoluted canals while closely observing the locals going about their daily lives and taking in the scenery of waterways and green islands. Visit Thoi Son Island to take in the sounds of native musicians performing Southern traditional music.

Continue the tour on a paddleboat to explore more canals before stopping at homes where people still do old-fashioned activities like brewing rice wine and coconut candy at home. Reboard a motorboat to travel to a bee farm where you may enjoy fresh honey tea and fruit. Visit Vinh Trang Pagoda, a significant local Buddhist building constructed in 1850 with a distinctive architectural fusion of Vietnamese, Roman, Chinese, and Cambodian styles distinguished by a highly ornate façade, on the way back to My Tho. To Ho Chi Minh City once more.

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch (Local food), Dinner (Indian food)Overnight at hotel in Ho Chi Minh City

Day 4


Free to do as you want till our tour guide picks you up from your hotel and drives you in an air-conditioned vehicle to Tan Son Nhat International Airport.

Meal :Breakfast Lunch (Indian food)



VIETNAM - 3Nights 4Days

4 Days

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