Ho Chi Minh Private Day Tour Shore Excursions From Phu My Port
Ho Chi Minh City is the busiest city in Vietnam, located about 1.5 hours away from Phu My port.Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
You don’t have too much time for a day tour, starting from Phu My port. Ho Chi Minh is the best city for this short tour that you should choose. With a history of more than 325 years of formation, many cultural relics are preserved.
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Day tour from Phu My port.
From Phu My Port to Ho Chi Minh City around 1,5 hours depending on traffic. We have 2 options for the HCM day tour from Phu My Port. The tour depends on your time, so you manage your own time and choose the right attractions.
Option 1, ( By tour 8 hours, from Phu My port to visit Cu Chi tunnel, then back to Ho Chi Minh City to visit. The Independence Palace, Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral, Central Post Office, Jade Emperor Pagoda, War Remnants Museum, Chinatown In The Big Market, Bến Thanh Market. enjoy lunch with local food then back to Phu My Port.
Option 2, ( By tour 6 hours from Phu My port to Ho Chi Minh City to visit The Independence Palace, Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral, Central Post Office, Jade Emperor Pagoda, War Remnants Museum, Chinatown In The Big Market, Bến Thanh Market. enjoy lunch with local food Bánh Xèo.
Option 3, ( By tour 8 hours from Phu My port to My Tho visit Vinh Trang Pagoda, Mekong River with 4 islands visit the farm to raise honey and practice making coconut candy from local people, rowing a small boat on the Mekong River canal and enjoy local food. ( If we have time left, on the way back we can stop by the War Remnants Museum and Ben Thanh Market in Ho Chi Minh City )
HO CHI MINH CITY SHORE EXCURSION DETAILS
First and foremost, please let us know your cruise’s name and number, the cruise’s arrival time to dock, and the comeback time to your cruise shore excursions. Plus, kindly let us know your full name and phone number for our convenience to contact you.
Ho Chi Minh City Shore excursions-Culture with Mui Ne Private Cars company.
Important Note: As the driver and the guide are not allowed to go inside the port to pick you up, kindly note that they will wait for you outside at the port gate. Therefore, you need to walk about 15 minutes (around 400m) from the cruise to the meeting point at the gate Port. They are to be holding a sign with your full name on it. Please keep in touch with us if you have not found our colleague, We will help you contact him via hotline at +84 79 44 565 88 WhatsApp – Zalo.
Famous Attractions That We Will Visit
The Independence Palace.
Our driver and excellent tour guide will drive you to visit the Independence Palace, also known as the Presidential Palace. Now the Reunification Palace was once the presidential palace of the Republic of Vietnam. The Vietnam War came to an end on April 30, 1975, when a North Vietnamese Army tank crashed head-on into its main gate.
The Independence Palace
Therefore, it is now a popular tourist destination in Ho Chi Minh City. You will see two of the original tanks that were used to retake the palace are still parked there. The residence and office of the French Governor of Cochin-China were both located at Independence Palace. In addition to a command bunker, it also has secret rooms, verdant gardens, and antique furniture. Additionally, it continues to be used to hold significant events in Ho Chi Minh City, such as APEC summits.
Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral.
Moving forward Phu My shore excursion tour, we will visit the Notre Dame Cathedral. As you know, French colonists constructed the Notre Dame Cathedral in Saigon in the late 1880s. Furthermore, it is one of the few remaining strongholds of Catholicism in the mostly Buddhist country of Vietnam. They named it Notre Dame after they put the statue “Peaceful Notre Dame” into Paris Square in 1959. In 1962, the Vatican conferred the Cathedral as a basilica and officially named it Saigon Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica.
The cathedral is about 60 meters high. Besides, it owns unique neo-Romanesque characteristics, including the all-red brick façade that they imported from Marseille.
Furthermore, it is situated in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City District 1 and has stained glass windows. Plus, it has two bell towers with six bronze bells that still ring today.
Jade Emperor Pagoda ( Ngoc Hoang pagoda)
also called the Tortoise Pagoda, is one of Ho Chi Minh City’s five most prominent pagodas. Additionally, a group of Cantonese built this pagoda at the start of the twentieth century. They came from Guangzhou province in Southwest China. Thus, it is a typical example of the Mahayanist branch of Buddhism that is extensively practiced in Vietnam.
War Remnants Museum
Ho Chi Minh City’s War Remnants Museum was initially opened to the public in 1975. It was formerly known as the ‘Museum of American War Crimes”, and it serves as a poignant reminder of the long and cruel Vietnam War. There are graphic pictures and American military weaponry on exhibit in this museum.
What’s more, there’s a helicopter equipped with rocket launchers, a tank, a fighter jet, and a single-seat assault plane. Besides, you can also see a conventional bomb weighing 6,800 kg. Between 1945 and 1975, American armies utilized these weapons to invade Vietnam.
Chinatown In The Big Market
The Big Market in Ho Chi Minh City is Vietnam’s largest Chinatown, with its origins dating back to 1778. In addition, it is also a location of immense historical and cultural significance. During the Vietnam War, the Big Market (Cho Lon) used to be a bustling black market where American soldiers sold issued supplies that the American Army provided. Today, the region is a renowned tourist destination, attracting a lot of domestic and international visitors. What’s more, it is an amazing area to admire classical Chinese architecture in its timeless beauty as well. Alternatively, the Big Market has many Chinese eateries, so it is an ideal spot to visit.
Ben Thanh Market.
Ben Thanh Market in District 1 of Ho Chi Minh City is a fantastic destination to buy local handicraft items, branded products, Vietnamese art, and other souvenirs. Inside the market, you will see food stalls where you can eat hawker-style Vietnamese cuisine or simply cool off with a cold drink. What’s else, it is amazing when you enjoy the delicious dishes of the locals and observe their daily life. Ben Thanh, one of Saigon’s oldest landmarks, has a wonderful ambiance that is completely authentically Vietnamese.
Cu Chi Tunnels
Cu Chi Tunnels is A 75-mile (121 km) tunnel complex at Cu Chi that has been preserved by the Vietnamese government and turned into a war memorial park with two different tunnel exhibit sites, Ben Dinh and Ben Duoc.
Explore and Learn about Vietnam’s guerrilla war by climbing into the underground tunnels that played a vital role in the war. And explore with this Cu Chi Tunnels Tour. Built by local fighters during the Indochina conflict, the Cu Chi tunnels were the base of the Viet Cong, the National Liberation Front. It included almost everything needed for life in the Viet Cong, where local soldiers and commoners ate, slept, worked, cooked, and even attended school. Started in 1948 as a refuge from French air raids, in 1965 the tunnel was estimated to be a staggering 200 kilometers long. It includes almost everything necessary for the lives of locals: hospitals, schools, meeting rooms, kitchens, and more.
Mekong River in My Tho City
Cồn Thới Sơn (Unicorn Island), from here taking a horse cart to reach a performance site where Vietnamese traditional music (Đàn Ca Tài Tử – A folk art form from Southern Vietnam accredited by UNESCO in 2013 as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity) can be heard and seasonal tropical fruit can be tasted (included). Afterward, I was on a small hand-rowing boat (the main means of transportation in My Tho & Ben Tre) and slowly cruising through a small creek with beautiful overhanging coconut trees. Lives from both sides of the creek can be observed. passing through a bee-keeping farm and enjoying honey tea, a typical Mekong house can be viewed here. After boarding the motorboat and heading to learn the coconut candies-making process from a workshop. A sample of candies can be tasted.
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