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Equal parts Disneyland, Buddhist fantasia, historical homage and national propaganda piece, Dai Nam Theme Park is a fantastically cheesy experience...
Water slides, rivers with rapids (or slow currents) and rope swings.
Wearing ao-dai (traditional dress), these girls run scooter/motorbike foodie, sights and Saigon by night tours: super hospitable and fantastic fun.
Saigon Tourist’s large floating restaurant takes to the waters every evening, offering both an Asian and European menu...
Some of HCMC’s finer hotels have gyms with attractive swimming pools attached. You needn’t stay there to swim, but you’ll have to pay an admission fee of US$10 to US$25 per day...
Australian journalist, writer, documentary maker and two-tour Vietnam Veteran, Walter is a fluent speaker of Vietnamese...
Playing golf has become a mark of status in Vietnam and this club, about 20km east of central HCMC, caters to the city’s would-be high flyers.
Morning motorbike tours around local markets and off-the-beaten path parts of HCMC, plus an early bird five-hour photography tour for excellent camera visuals of the city's lanes and backstreets.
This ‘village’ is actually a full-on resort run by Saigon Tourist, with boat rides, water-puppet shows, tennis courts and amusements for the kids...
High-end travel company for the discerning visitor.
La Maison de L’Apothiquaire ; Artisan Beauté ; Saigon South Long considered the city’s most elegant spa, L’Apothiquaire is housed in a beautiful white mansion tucked down a quiet alley, with a pool and sauna...
Your Saigon and Cholon (Chinatown) heritage buff, with tours blending walking with minibus travel, bringing the city to life with insightful anecdotes and erudite observations.
Highly entertaining three- to four-hour scooter foodie tours around the streets and backstreets of town with Barbara and her husband, Vu...
Hop on the back of a motorbike and dine like a local on the wildly popular four-hour Street Food tours, or lasso in the sights of Saigon. Excellent guides.
Highly engaging and informative four-hour tour from expert Sophie Hughes, who has her finger on the pulse of the HCMC art scene...
Market visits and much-recommended cooking classes.
A fight club, and the place to improve your technique. The full-contact kickboxing dojo is run by Frenchman David ‘Serial Striker’ Minetti.
This place has a good gym.
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