Taste delicious meal by the scenic riverside and discover the nightlife of Ho Chi Minh City on a Jeep ride!
Are you wondering about what to do once the sun sets in Ho Chi Minh City? Well, enjoying dinner by the riverside and exploring the city after dark on a Jeep will be a great idea! We will pick you up from your hotel and drive you to our destination on a restored military Jeep. As we leave the bustling city behind us, we will head towards the new District 2 by crossing the Thu Thiem Bridge. Our Jeep will lead us to the up-and-coming restaurant named “The Deck”. As its name suggests, the restaurant is set on a riverfront deck as it is located on the banks of Ho Chi Minh City River.
Here, we will indulge in delicious dinner with selections ranging from pan-Asian dishes to fusion cuisine. While enjoying the meal at this al-fresco setting, you can unwind and admire the beautiful scenery of the river. After the mouthwatering dinner, we will continue to drive back to the city and enjoy the nightlife of Ho Chi Minh City. Known as the “Far East Pearl” in the past, we can still see how it is relevant to the modern Ho Chi Minh City as the prosperous city showcases its glimmering city lights and towering skyscrapers amidst the old historical buildings. Once we drive past all the city landmarks and get a taste of Ho Chi Minh City at night, we will end the tour and drop you off at your hotel.
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