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In general the tour and fellows are good and worth to join. Colorful visits.Thank you.
When the itinerary said visit to bee farm, I was expecting a big commercial farm and not just a small box of bees. The water garden trip is a tourist trap for me.However, the tour was overall good and our guide spoke good English and thorough explanation.
A terrific experience zooming around Saigon on the back of a motor scooter driven by our local foodie tour guide and her offsider. It gave us a very different perspective of the city at night and allowed us to experience great food off the tourist trail. We ate in side streets, shop fronts and roundabouts!
Some of the food we sampled included tasty beef wrapped in green leaf and charcoal grilled with a pungent fish sauce deep fried spring rolls seafood delicacies again cooked over charcoal pho local pizza and finally local tea ordered in the street and delivered by scooter!
We have done many foodie tours around the world and this one stacks up as one of the best!
If you are in HCMC for first time than obviously the The City tour and visit to CuChi tunnels are certainly not to be missed .
The tour was good enough to see the countryside! Thanks to our tour guide baby face
the tour is cheap but deeply disappointing. we were first dropped off at a factory that claimed to sell local products made of bamboo fiber but none of the products are made in Vietnam, all of them are from China. then took a boat to an island for lunch, and then off to the small boat tour, which lasted all but 10 minutes. we were also brought to a small workshop that sells coconut candy and a place that sells honey and royal jelly, which is fine, at least these are actually local products made by local people. our hotel was not in the pick up areas but the agency made no effort to reach out to us and tell us that, we had to call a day in advance to ask and confirm the location their office so we can meet them up. so overall, very disappointing. you spend 60 of the time on the transit either bus or ferry, 30 of the time shopping or pretending to be interested in the products they are trying to sell you, 10 of the time actually enjoy the view of Mekong Delta