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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...
Wearing ao-dai (traditional dress), these girls run scooter/motorbike foodie, sights and Saigon by night tours: super hospitable and fantastic fun.
Highly engaging and informative four-hour tour from expert Sophie Hughes, who has her finger on the pulse of the HCMC art scene...
Highly entertaining three- to four-hour scooter foodie tours around the streets and backstreets of town with Barbara and her husband, Vu...
Runs a variety of motorbike tours in and around Saigon, including full-day two-wheeled excursions to Cu Chi and Can Gio. Also longer overnight trips to the Mekong Delta.
Get creative with your camera and produce your own photographic memories on various tours focusing on Saigon landmarks, the street life of Cholon and local neighbourhoods...
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.
Long considered the city’s most elegant spa, it is housed in a pretty white mansion and offers body wraps, massages, facials, foot treatments and herbal baths.
Motorbike tours around local markets and off-the-beaten path parts of HCMC and around.
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.
Across in District 2, but worth the journey for its intensely soothing Indian-influenced Ayurvedic spa and massage treatments.
Excellent walking tours with an inquisitive and fun Saigon expat discovering hidden secrets of the city...
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.
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...
If you’re planning a longer stay in HCMC, the university’s group classes are a reasonably priced way to learn the language.
Who won the war again? This central bowling alley, surrounded by American junk food chains, may have you wondering. It’s very popular with locals thanks to fluorescent bowling balls and state-of-the-art scoring...
The swimming pool of the old Cercle Sportif still has its colonnades and some art deco charm.
Offers introductory classes, market visits and VIP premium classes.
Fun and informative three-hour cooking class,including a cyclo trip to the Thai Binh Market near Pham Ngu Lao.
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