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GREAT REP.EVEN HELPED US FIND SOMETHING WE WERE LOOKING FOR. EVERYTHING WAS SO INTERRESTING.REALLY ENJOYED THE WHOLE THING .MEAL AT THE END IN LOCAL CAFE WAS VERY TASTY;;;;
I recommend to take this tour in the morning because it is so humid in the afternoon but all in all the trip is very nice and the tour guide Linh speaks english well
This was an excellent tour. The guide was very informative and gave a good insight into the places visited. On the trip around, I could see the contrast between the busy shopping areas and the quieter areas with elegant buildings. I appreciated the time allocated to browse through the War Remnants Museum and learn some of the history involved. Thank you for the delicious lunch.
We chose the morning tour and it was such a wonderful experience touring around the city :) our guide LENG was really amazing; friendly, accomodating and very informative..overall, the tour was great and my family love it so much..we had a real good time..end the tour wih superb lunch at PHO2000..will recommend it to relatives,friends n families
This was on our first day, be aware that the weather is warmer in the afternoon so if you are not used to warmer weather go for the morning tour. We are from Darwin so the weather is the same. It was a good way of getting orientated with the area and our hotel . Loved the catholic church, wished I could have gone inside. The Pho noodles were wonderful.
Our tour guide Bella was in time. She was responsive to what we wanted to see. She spoke excelent English and was very knowledgeable. The car and driver were crucial to our tour. My husband is a returning veteran of the Viet Nam war and this was very special for him.
A very interesting afternoon spent with a very knowledgeable guide, visiting all the main sights of the city from temples to palaces, a Laquerware Art Gallery and the War Museum, which will forever leave visions of a horrific war, ending with a Vietnamese local meal.