Choose a morning or afternoon tour when booking, then start with pickup at 8am or 1:30pm at your Ho Chi Minh City hotel. The first stop of the day is Chinatown, which dates back to the late 18th-century, with bustling, colorful streets that are fascinating to explore. Visit the Binh Tay Market, the social and commercial hub of Chinatown, and browse stalls overflowing with food, handicrafts, and clothing.
Continue to Thien Hau Temple, which is dedicated to the Chinese sea goddess, a traditional protector of fisherman. If desired, you may visit the War Remnants Museum, where military equipment, memorabilia, and some graphic photographic exhibitions recall the horrors of war—otherwise, visit the city’s Museum of Vietnamese History. Make a final stop of the day at the Central Post Office, a colonial-era landmark designed by Gustav Eiffel. This 4-hour tour concludes with drop-off at your hotel.