Explore Ho Chi Minh City at your leisure with this 1-hour Ho Chi Minh City Bus Tour, covering the length and breadth of the city. The convenient Anh Viet double-decker buses give you the flexibility to plan your own itinerary and operates on a route that covers all the top Ho Chi Minh City attractions.
Enjoy a complete loop around the city for an hour and pass all the major Ho Chi Minh City attractions. You may hop off at any of the designated stops and explore the area at your leisure. On the bus, enjoy audio-commentary is offered in multiple languages and free WiFi. The package also includes a free guidebook with maps, recommendations, and schedules.
MAJOR ATTRACTIONS COVERED
Some of the other attractions are:
About the Supplier: Anh Viet are the first tour operators in Vietnam which opened its door to the world to visit the city and experience the unique and vibrant culture of the country.
Voucher Type: Mobile (if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
Validity: Valid for the date purchased.
Ho Chi Minh City is a functioning city and weather, traffic and events may occasionally cause disruption.
The ticket can be used only once and is valid for an hour from the time of redemption.
The bus will go around the city without stopping.
The tour ends at the departure location (pickup location)
Children must be accompanied by at least 1 adult.
The ticket is valid for 1 day.
This is not the Hop-On Hop-Off Tour, It is a Panoramic tour.
Good service, good price....
very good . I booked for 2 days though as advertised was route 1 and route 2 to china town but when I asked about the chinatown route I was told it did not exist. I would have...
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