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Morning And Afternoon Saigon Unseen Adventure

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Want to see a different side of Saigon? Let us take you outside of district 1 and show areas that most visitors don’t get to see. The city looks much different at night that it does in the daytime…

In this tour, we will show you the wide contrast between the old Saigon and the new modern city that is developing! So hop on and let us take you for a joyful ride!


At 8:00 am or 1:00 pm, our English speaking driver team will pick you up at your hotel or specified place.

Get on the back of a motorbike to go to district 3 and stop at the corner to see learn about the mysterious story of the Thich Quang Duc, who burnt to protest the persecution of Buddhism by the South of Vietnam government in 1963.

Stop at one of the most famous local restaurants to enjoy Hue noodle soup which is not only very famous in Vietnam but also in the world. Then we continue driving to visit the oldest apartment built in 1968 and weave our way through alleys to visit the biggest flower market, where supplies hundreds of kinds of flowers for the whole city. Most of the flowers are from Sadec city in the Mekong Delta.

Next, we will drive pass by hustle and bustle fashion street,  and the bridge connecting district 5 and district 4. Then moving on to district 7, the richest area in Ho Chi Minh city which also called as " The Beverly Hills of Sai Gon". We will take a long walk to explore this area, and visit the Star Light bridge which is really famous for young local people to hang out at night. Then our tour guides will take you to the unique island to enjoy the contrast views between stilt houses along the riverside and high buildings in other districts. Last but not least, we will arrive at the floating market to enjoy fresh coconut and have a chat with locals who live on boat year-round. This is where plenty of boats from the Mekong Delta dock for selling various products.

On the way to your hotel, our licensed drivers will take you through eating alleys on the unique island surrounded by the Saigon River. It has been a place for immigrants from all regions of Vietnam to come and live.

At the end of the tour, our English speaking drivers will say goodbye to you.

4 Hour(s)
Price per Participant
$ 27
Price per child
$ 21
Group size
1 - 6 people
  • Unseen Tour
  • Street Food Tour
  • Walking Tour
  • Walking
  • Motorbike
  • 08:00 – 12:00
  • 13:00 – 17:00
Weather Condition
Tour takes place rain or shine
Pick up: at your hotel
Drop off: at your hotel
Vegetarian Option Available
Private Option Available
  • Free hotel pick-up and drop-off (District 1, 3, and 5 - some exclusion apply)
  • High-quality open-faced helmet
  • All food and drinks, motorbike, fuel
  • Rain poncho (if needed)
  • Friendly and professional guides
  • Accident insurance
  • ... and lots of smiles

All items of a personal nature

  • Cancel 2 hours before tour: charge 50% fee

Old mysterious apartment building

Built in 1968, Nguyen Thien Thuat building has kept plenty of memories of Saigon from the Wartime up to now. It’s worth to come and enjoy the ancient atmosphere, which is unique and totally out of place among the modern Saigon.

This is an integrated destination which has lots of residents from many parts of Vietnam to come and live for a long time. That’s the reason why its cuisine is really fascinating.

Over 250 years old temple

Ba Thien Hau (Lady of the Sea) temple in Saigon is a Buddhist temple dedicated to the Chinese sea goddess, Mazu.

It’s believed that she had protected and rescued ships and fishermans by flying around on a mat or cloud. Mazuism is connected with traditions and beliefs from both Taoism and Buddhism. You will find this temple in ‘Cholon’ (Chinatown) in District 5, which is roughly a twenty minute drive from the city centre.

Special market

There is a less-known market floating on Kenh Te canal in District 7. The market’s style reminds to the daily life of people living in Mekong Delta (Western Region of Vietnam). Tourists can see dozens of boats at anchor along the canal selling typical fruits of the Mekong Delta such as banana, coconut, rambutan, mango, and grapefruit, etc.

Statue of a Mahayana Buddhist monk

At midday on June 11, 1963, the venerable monk Thich Quang Duc immolated himself to protest repression against Buddhism by the former Sai Gon regime. To memorize his struggle for peace, independence and reunification, his statue was built in a park on Cach Mang Thang Tam Street, where the act took place.

Biggest Wholesale Flower Market

Ho Thi Ky is one of the biggest flower markets in Saigon since 1987, which  is really famous for fresh and colorful flowers carried from different parts of Vietnam.

The lively beauty and diversity of flowers can get visitors stunning at the first time. This market opens 24/7 and is always bustling, rusty and energetic, especially in special events and holidays.

Coffee and tea time

In China town, we will visit an old apartment and enjoy tea with many types of jams in the local coffee shop.

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