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Vietnam Impressive travel

SAIGON CUCHI MEKONG TOUR 5 DAYS

Duration: 5Days/4Nights
Highlights: Saigon cuchi mekong tours 5day is runing by vietnam impressive travel ,we have small group tour every depart from saigon visiting saigon city , cu chi tunnel , mekong deta ....
Trip Code: SGMK-5D
Guarantee: BEST SERVICES & BEST PRICE - GRUANRTEE MONEY BACK IF NOT SATISFIED !
Group Size: Small group
Price: US$ 0 Pax
Extras: TO BE ADVISOR BY OUR EXPERT TEAM

Descriptions

 

South Vietnam special attraction !
-  Ho Chi Minh City, or Saigon as the city:It is still frequently referred to, is Vietnam’s largest city. It is a fast-paced metropolis full of contrasts, with street vendors selling fruit and vegetables next to glitzy western-style bars and boutiques. Amazingly, the city’s history dates back only 300 years
-  The War Remnants Museum:  Formerly known as the Museum of American War Crimes, this is a poignant display of the futility of war. Some of the black and white photography in the ‘Requiem’ exhibit is particularly touching, dedicated to both foreign and Vietnamese journalists and photographers who perished during the conflict. The courtyard outside contains the spoils of war, namely rusting jets, tanks and cannons captured from the American military machine.
-  The Reunification Palace:This is one of the most important buildings in the city. Here on April 30th 1975 the ‘American War’ officially ended when tank number 843 of the North Vietnamese Army crashed through the gates of what was, at the time the residence of the President of the Republic of Vietnam.
-  The Notre Dame Cathedral and Old Post Office:Built between 1877 and 1883 this is one of the best examples of classical French colonial architecture. Remarkably, every stone used in its creation was shipped from France to Vietnam. Her two forty metre towers, topped with iron spires, still dominate the city’s skyline. The Old Post Office is another example of French colonial architecture and is also the country’s largest post office.
- Cu Chi tunnels:At its height the Cu Chi tunnel system stretched over 250km from Saigon to the Cambodian border and was three levels deep. The network included innumerable trap doors, specially constructed living areas, storage facilities, weapons factories, field hospitals, command centers and kitchens. Today the remaining tunnels have become a major tourist attraction giving the visitor a unique experience and a feel of what underground life in the American/Vietnam war must have been like. The tunnels have been widened for our benefit (otherwise we would not be able to enter them!)
-  Mekong delta:Vietnam’s ‘rice basket’, the Mekong Delta is a watery landscape of green fields and sleepy villages, everywhere crisscrossed by the brown canals and rivulets fed by the mighty Mekong River. Its inhabitants – stereotyped as friendly and easygoing – have long toiled on the life-sustaining river, with their labours marked by the same cycles governing the waterways. The delta, which yields enough rice to feed the country with a sizable surplus, was formed by sediment deposited by the Mekong. The process continues today, with silt deposits extending the shoreline by as much as 80m per year. The river is so large that it has two daily tides. Lush with rice paddies and fish farms, this delta plain also nourishes the cultivation of sugarcane, fruit, coconut and shrimp. Although the area is primarily rural, it is one of the most densely populated regions in Vietnam and nearly every hectare is intensively farmed.
 Draft itinerary :
Day 1 : Welcome to Vietnam & Ho Chi Minh city arrival
Day 2 : Ho Chi Minh citytour & Cu Chi Tunnels (Break, Lunch)
Day 3 : Ho Chi Minh city– Mekong delta – Can Tho (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 4 : Can Tho – Ho Chi Minh city (Breakfast, Lunch)
Day 5 : Farewell to Vietnam and See you again (Breakfast)

-  Ho Chi Minh City, or Saigon as the city:It is still frequently referred to, is Vietnam’s largest city. It is a fast-paced metropolis full of contrasts, with street vendors selling fruit and vegetables next to glitzy western-style bars and boutiques. Amazingly, the city’s history dates back only 300 years

-  The War Remnants Museum:  Formerly known as the Museum of American War Crimes, this is a poignant display of the futility of war. Some of the black and white photography in the ‘Requiem’ exhibit is particularly touching, dedicated to both foreign and Vietnamese journalists and photographers who perished during the conflict. The courtyard outside contains the spoils of war, namely rusting jets, tanks and cannons captured from the American military machine.


-  The Reunification Palace:This is one of the most important buildings in the city. Here on April 30th 1975 the ‘American War’ officially ended when tank number 843 of the North Vietnamese Army crashed through the gates of what was, at the time the residence of the President of the Republic of Vietnam.
-  The Notre Dame Cathedral and Old Post Office:Built between 1877 and 1883 this is one of the best examples of classical French colonial architecture. Remarkably, every stone used in its creation was shipped from France to Vietnam. Her two forty metre towers, topped with iron spires, still dominate the city’s skyline. The Old Post Office is another example of French colonial architecture and is also the country’s largest post office.


- Cu Chi tunnels:At its height the Cu Chi tunnel system stretched over 250km from Saigon to the Cambodian border and was three levels deep. The network included innumerable trap doors, specially constructed living areas, storage facilities, weapons factories, field hospitals, command centers and kitchens. Today the remaining tunnels have become a major tourist attraction giving the visitor a unique experience and a feel of what underground life in the American/Vietnam war must have been like. The tunnels have been widened for our benefit (otherwise we would not be able to enter them!)


-  Mekong delta:Vietnam’s ‘rice basket’, the Mekong Delta is a watery landscape of green fields and sleepy villages, everywhere crisscrossed by the brown canals and rivulets fed by the mighty Mekong River. Its inhabitants – stereotyped as friendly and easygoing – have long toiled on the life-sustaining river, with their labours marked by the same cycles governing the waterways. The delta, which yields enough rice to feed the country with a sizable surplus, was formed by sediment deposited by the Mekong. The process continues today, with silt deposits extending the shoreline by as much as 80m per year. The river is so large that it has two daily tides. Lush with rice paddies and fish farms, this delta plain also nourishes the cultivation of sugarcane, fruit, coconut and shrimp. Although the area is primarily rural, it is one of the most densely populated regions in Vietnam and nearly every hectare is intensively farmed.


 Draft itinerary :
Day 1 : Welcome to Vietnam & Ho Chi Minh city arrival
Day 2 : Ho Chi Minh citytour & Cu Chi Tunnels (Break, Lunch)
Day 3 : Ho Chi Minh city– Mekong delta – Can Tho (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 4 : Can Tho – Ho Chi Minh city (Breakfast, Lunch)
Day 5 : Farewell to Vietnam and See you again (Breakfast)

Operation : Daily  

Duration : 5days / 4 nights

 

Tour route : Sai Gon - Cu Chi - Mekong delta – Saigon departure.

Brief description : Start package with sightseeing tour in Saigon and then to the Cu Chi Tunnels – an amazing network of tunnels which stretched for over 250 kilometers, give the visitor a unique experience and a feel of what underground life in the American war was like. Take two hours driving to My Tho (Mekong Delta), take a sampan cruising along the tributaries of the Mekong River for a close-up view of local life. Wander through orchards where you can taste some of a huge variety of tropical fruits.

Day 1 : Welcome to Vietnam & Ho Chi Minh city arrival

-         Arriving in Ho Chi Minh city

-         Our guide will meet you at the airport and transfer you to the hotel.

-         Free time at leisure

Day 2: Ho Chi Minh citytour & Cu Chi Tunnels

Meals: Hotel breakfast; lunch

-         Visiting The Notre Dame Cathedral and Old Post Office

-         The Reunification Palace

-         The War Remnants Museum

-         Ben Thank market

-         Watching a short introductory video showing how they were constructed, then spend the next hour exploring the maze of tunnels. Also on display are various mantraps, the remains of an American tank and numerous bomb craters made by 500 pound bombs dropped by B52 bombers. For those interested there's even the opportunity to fire off rounds from an AK47 or MK16 at the nearby rifle range

 

Day 3: Ho Chi Minh city– Mekong delta – Can Tho

 

Meals: Hotel breakfast, lunch & dinner

-         Taking two hours driving from Ho Chi Minh city to My Tho

-         Taking a sampan cruising along the tributaries of the Mekong River for a close-up view of local life.

 

-         Wandering through Islands and orchards where you can taste some of a huge variety of tropical fruits and listening traditional music.

 

 

-         Having a local lunch and then riding bicycle around local village

 

-         Taking sampan back to harbor for 2 hours driving to Can Tho city

-         Checking in hotel and dinner in Can Tho city

Day 4: Can Tho – Ho Chi Minh city

Meals: Breakfast, lunch

-         It is advised to start the boat trip before 08:00 am otherwise you may not see the most busiest time of the floating market.

 

-         We take a boat trip exploring the vibrant floating market of Cai Rang, which the trading way is unique; each boat usually sells one particular item, whether it be pumpkins, pineapples, sugar canes.

 

-           Lunch at local restaurant on the way back to Sai Gon via My Tho

Day 5: Farewell to Vietnam and See you again!

Meals:Breakfast

-         You will be transferred to the Ho Chi Minh city airport via your schedule flight back home or continues your journey to visit other cities in Vietnam.

 

-         We hope you enjoyed your trip and see you again!