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What You Can Expect
Arriving in Ho Chi Minh City at 6 o'clock in the morning, I was keen to arrange transport to the city centre hotel without being 'ripped off' by a taxi driver or arriving without the correct currency. Booking the transfer in advance, and paying by card seemed like the ideal answer. The driver was waiting for me as I came out of the Arrivals hall and the comfortable journey to the hotel was completed with a minimum of delay.
When we finally exited the HCM airport terminal after a one hour wait for our Visa, there amongst the sea of people was the young lady from Buffalo Tours with our names on our board , we had a private limo transfer to our hotel and it was worth the money. Why stress yourself out after going through the arrival process, much easier to book in advance, it might cost you a bit more but peace of mind is paramount
We arrived on a very busy day, the first day of Tet. There were long queues, traffic issues and closed streets. Our Transfer was fantastic, the lady who met us went out of her way to get us to our hotel, even coming with us to escort us through closed croweded streets to make certain we made it. Excellent service - Highly recommended.
It was an easy airport pick-up with a sign at arrivals. Reasonable pricing as well. We arrived late and the driver waited without question or annoyance. He was a friendly and knowledgeable, English-speaking driver, who enjoyed sharing tips and information about the city along the way to the hotel. Clean and comfortable transfer! Would use this service again!
Excellent service, friendly staff
Very polite staff. Easily identified ans very easy
Excellent service 5
The waiting attendant and bus driver were lovely, she gave us some helpful tips and tricks for our first trip to Vietnam while we waited for our private minibus to arrive and he pointed out some interesting sights and attractions on the way to our hotel. Definately worth not having to deal with the airport taxi drivers yelling at you if it is your first trip to Vietnam or SE Asia, as I am told it is similar all over.