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*You’re offered special spots which make your tour unique and "local taste".
*Changes of itinerary are accepted with reasonable cost variation (up to entrance fees and included services)
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1. InterContinental Asiana Saigon Hotel:
It's one of the most famous 5* hotels in the city, which is in great location in downtown Saigon, opposite to U.S. Consulate General, few steps away from Saigon Central Post Office and Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon and 5-walking minute from pedestrian street. 4 wide roads along its sides make it so easy to access. What else made President Obama choose it during his stay in Ho Chi Minh City. Let's see on the tour day.
2. Miss Aodai Building - Dreamplex Coworking Space:
The honourable President praised Viet Nam's entrepreneurial spirit in his talk with young business people here. It's the biggest beautifully designed coworking space for startup entrepreneurs, creatives, consultants and investors to work collaboratively or privately right in the heart of District 1.
3. GEM Center:
The US President Barack Obama held a meeting with the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) at the GEM Center. He gave his most touching and inspirational speech to the young leaders. We're taking a look inside the most popular holding-event center in the city.
4. Jade Emperor Pagoda:
The Pagoda is also called Phuoc Hai Tu. The president visited the Jade Pagoda in District 1 to “pay tribute to and admire the cultural traditions of Vietnam,”. It's a must-see attraction in most tours to Ho Chi Minh City. What was be said between the President and the Monk, also a lot of other cutural stories which needs telling is awating you.
5. It's time for lunch with Bun Cha (Obama Combo):
President Obama ate it during his night out with Bourdain in Hanoi. This dish is now on CNN top essential dish for tourist coming to Vietnam. No need to go to Hanoi, we're tasting the same style of it, right here in Saigon with fried seafood spring roll and a bottle of beer Hanoi. We're enjoying "US President Menu" guys. :)
6. Let "HardRock" ends up our exciting day with acoustic melodies:
After lunch, it's your spare time. Or I can take you to some public places around the city centre like parks, shopping malls, up to you. Then. I'll pick you up at your place in the downtown at 8pm. We'll be back to where we started in the morning (I mean InterContinental Asiana Saigon). We're checking out "Hard Rock Coffee" and enjoy its standingout night live rock music. Let's sway in the music!
- Free driver.
- 01 bottle of 500ml mineral water/person.
- Bike parking fees.
- Lunch with Bun Cha (Obama Combo).
- 01 glass of 340ml Tiger beer at HardRock Coffee.
- Other personal expenses, souvenir, travel insurance, entrance fee (if any).
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Thanks for this perfect tour with all the information about this lovely City!
Trong was very professional and skilled; all the details have been explained in a very meticoulous manner, with all the necessary historic and artistic reference, as well as funny anecdotes. In conclusion the overall judgement is very positive