Saigon Hotpot

Activity Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Published on: 17-06-2016

09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
First-time visit
Joined
7.0 hour
Walking
Agency Office
Highlight of the city
Activity
Cultural & Theme
Day Trip
0.00 USD

Saigon Hotpot is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Saigon Hotpot aims to promote the beauty of Vietnam in general and of HCMC in particular and create a dynamic environment for self-development of the local students.

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Why Saigon Hotpot is special ?

Saigon Hotpot was born in 2006. It was among the first voluntary clubs run by Vietnamese students from different universities. Our aims are to promote the beauty of Vietnam in general and of HCMC in particular and create a dynamic environment for self-development of the local students. As your best local companions we would show you the amazing yet real HCMC in normal life. Our volunteers from Saigon Hotpot will be enthusiastic to take you around the city without any fee. All you have to pay is your own expense and invite our volunteers a meal where you can sit together and know more about local people's life. (Note: Tour guide(s) will meet tourists at the lobby of hotel)

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Duration
5.0 days
Estimated
186.98 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
16 places

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Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Meeting point

Agency Office

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We had a lovely guide called Jia, she was extremely friendly and her English was perfect. We got a taxi to the Central post office and then walked to the Renunification Palace, it was lovely to have someone explain everything in detail both at the sights we were seeing and when just walking in general.There is no following the crowd or waiting for others you go where you want when you want.After lunch at a lovely Vietnamese restaurant approx ÂŁ12 for 3 of us we went to the War Remnants museum. As there was a lot to see and read Jia left us to look but was on hand to answer any questions we had.The service is free you just pay for any transport and entrance fees which are only a few pounds each and provide lunch.All in all I would highly recommend Saigon Hotpots to get a great insight into the Vietnamese way of life. Thank you so much

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We had the Downtown + Chinatown tour on the 16th Aug with Hoan and Thu. They are both very helpful and knowledgeable in the history and explanations. Both of them introduced us to local food and we had our first time experience travelling like locals on the public bus transport. They are very protective, always ensuring and reminding us to check our belongings, guiding us through the heavy traffic. I am very impressed with Saigon hotpot and the guides for their sincerity and enthusiasm. Two thumbs up!

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We recently had a walking day tour in Saigon with our fabulous guide, Anh. She arrived at our hotel and took us on a fantastic day of discovery all over Saigon, we enjoyed visiting the Presidential Palace, Post Office, War Remnants Museum and a Temple. She also chose a delicious spot for us to enjoy lunch (and for us to show our appreciation for her time and efforts, by shouting her lunch too).The Saigon Hotpot is also an excellent way to spend a day with a Vietnamese person in a relaxed environment, to chat and to learn a lot more about Vietnam, its culture & attitudes. You're bound to discover lots more interesting things than just all about the buildings and sites you will see.I would thoroughly recommend this tour group to anyone.

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We had a lovely guide called Jia, she was extremely friendly and her English was perfect. We got a taxi to the Central post office and then walked to the Renunification Palace, it was lovely to have someone explain everything in detail both at the sights we were seeing and when just walking in general. There is no following the crowd or waiting for others you go where you want when you want. After lunch at a lovely Vietnamese restaurant approx £12 for 3 of us we went to the War Remnants museum. As there was a lot to see and read Jia left us to look but was on hand to answer any questions we had. The service is free you just pay for any transport and entrance fees which are only a few pounds each and provide lunch. All in all I would highly recommend Saigon Hotpots to get a great insight into the Vietnamese way of life. Thank you so much

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