Wake up early and discover the different side of Ho Chi Minh City in the morning on a Jeep exploration!
Rise and shine! Let’s start our exploration of Ho Chi Minh City early in the morning and see how the locals start their day! While feeling the fresh morning air from our open-air Jeep, we will drive towards the Tao Dan Park to witness the morning routines of the locals. Regarded as one of the most haunted places in the world by Rough Guides, a morning stroll should put you at ease since we are going to pass by many people doing various type of morning exercises here. Inside Tao Dan Park, there is a special “Singing Birds” coffee shop frequented by aviculturists who brought their pet birds here every morning. Get ready to be amazed by this unique sight when we drop by!
Once we jump back in the Jeep, we will head over to District 5 which is one of the oldest districts in Ho Chi Minh City and houses the largest Chinatown in Vietnam. Here, we will visit the Binh Tay Market where we could observe how the locals are rushing to buy the freshest produce in town and going about their morning activities. As we have viewed the morning in Ho Chi Minh City from up close, we will complete this experience by enjoying our breakfast with a cup of coffee or tea at a local restaurant just like how the locals do. After we have filled our stomachs and the city begins to come alive, we will conclude the tour and drop you off at your hotel.
Refer to the map below to see a list of pick up locations that are available for you to choose from. You can select your desired pick up location when you book the tour.
List of Locations:
Pick up is also available for other locations under the vicinity of Ho Chi Minh City. For more information, please contact Adventoro's concierge service.
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