Saigon By Night

Have you ever spent several hours going around Saigon at night? “Saigon By Night” Tour will let you see the differences between day and night. Let us take you out of the gorgeous area and explore other sides of this special city!

At 5.30pm, your English speaking tour guide will pick you up at your hotel or specified place.

Our first destination is the statue of Thich Quang Duc – a Buddhist monk burning himself to protest the persecution of Buddhism by the south Vietnam government in 1963.

Then we will stop at a local restaurant to try Hue noodle soup - a special dish famous with not only local residents but foreigners. After that we will stop at a historical building built in 1986 to experience the life of the working-class living there. Next, we continue on visiting the biggest flower market that almost flowers are collected from the Mekong delta.

After that, we visit District 7 – the richest area of Saigon. There is a park with lots of trees. In addition, you can also take a short walk on the star light bridge, enjoying the fresh air and taking photos.

Say goodbye to District 7, we move to District 4 – which is regarded as a small island surrounded by Saigon river. Then, in the floating market, we will drink coconut juice and chat with local people who earn a living by using their boat. There are lots of products from Mekong Delta are sold there.

On the way back to your hotel, you can go through the food street in District 4 and satisfy yourself with food and drink. The residents come from many parts of Vietnam so that their taste is different from each other. Therefore, you have a wide range of food and drink to choose.

In the end, your guide will take you back to your hotel and wish you a nice dream.

Tour Information

Duration
4 hour
Price per Participant
29$
Price for child
22$
Languages
English
Group size
1 - 6 People
Categories
Walking Tour
Street Food Tour
Good Morning Saigon
Transportation
Motorbike,Walking,Taxi
Time
17:30 – 21:30
Weather Condition
Tour takes place rain or shine
Where
Pick up: at your hotel
Drop off: at your hotel
Remarks
Vegetarian Option Available
Private Option Available
Includes
  • Free hotel pick-up and drop-off (District 1, 3, and 5 and 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
Excludes

All items of a personal nature

Cancellation
  • Cancel 2 hours before tour: charge 50% fee

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.

Sugar cane juice

Sugar cane juice is made by crushing the fibrous insides of sugar cane stalks. Sugar cane juice is naturally sweet and high in calories. A glass of chilled sugarcane juice not only quenches our thirst but also invigorates us.

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.

The Slum area – See another local life.

District 4 is a lively island having one of the most crowded markets of the urban area. There is a great opportunity to come here in the morning and discover how locals start their daily life in Vietnam.

Floating 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 

Price: $29
Price for child: $22
Total
$ 29

Why Choose Us

  • Reasonable prices + high quality tour.
  • Young, professional and knowledgable guides.
  • Life-Insurance included.