Vung Tau known as Cap Saint-Jacques under French occupation. It is just 125 km South-East of Ho Chi Minh (Sai Gon)

Once this seaside resort was a popular beach destination for French and US service man. Vungtau is one of the most popular sea-side resorts of Vietnam with golden sandy beaches, transparent warm blue water all the year round.

Vung Tau offers a good relaxation trip on prime beach caressed by the cool breeze from transparent warm blue water.

Private Tours from Phu My Port (1 day)Private Tours from Phu My Port (1 day)Private Tours from Phu My Port (1 day)Private Tours from Phu My Port (1 day)Private Tours from Phu My Port (1 day)

Overview & Itineraríe

OPTION 1:

Vung Tau City Tour from Phu My Port

– Name of Ship: ???
– Port City: Phu My Port, Vung Tau
– Date on …….
– Duration: 8:00 am – 18:00 pm
– Number of participants: … adults …. children

08.00 a.m.: You will be picked up by our guide at Phu My port in Vung Tau. Then star our sightseeing tour of this city and its vicinity to visit:
– Niet Ban Tinh Xa, Nirvana Meditation Retreat and Thich Ca Phat Dai, a A Budda Shrine,
– French-built Light House
– Giant Jesus
You will have time to taste the local cuisine in the city and continue tour visit to the local villages nearby to get to know more about the local life in the countryside before the transfer back to the port.
04.30 p.m.: Arrive at port; cruise departs at 05.00 p.m.

Cost Enquiry: contact us

OPTION 2:

Saigon Tour from Phu My port (1 day)

– Name of Ship: ???
– Port City: Phu My Port, Vung Tau
– Date on …….
– Duration: 8:00 am – 18:00 pm
– Number of participants: … adults …. children

08.00 a.m.: You will be picked up by our guide at Phu My port in Vung Tau. The transfer to Ho Chi Minh City is app. 2.25 hrs. to its centre. Saigon is not only sightseeing, but about street markets, where bargains are struck and deals are done; the pavement cafes, where stereo speakers fill the surrounding streets with a melodious thumping beat; and the sleek new cafes and pubs, where tourists chat over beer, pretzels, coffee and croissants.

Today you will have a sightseeing tour in Saigon which includes visits to the:
Former Presidential Palace, the Reunification Palace, which is beautiful in its ugliness, a 1960s monstrosity designed with the help of Soviet architects. Most people will remember the image of a North Vietnamese tank crashing through the gates on 30 April 1975, signifying the fall of Saigon. The tank still graces the front lawn. Rooms open to the public remain exactly as they were in 1975, showing where important meetings were held during the war, as well as some of the private quarters of the president and his family. Most fascinating are a series of underground tunnels housing a telecommunications centre.

Cholon (China Town) with Thien Hau Pagoda: Cholon is in District 5 and is a maze of narrow streets, bustling with people. Most of Vietnam’s ethnic Chinese live here and they are the largest single ethnic minority group in the country. Merchants began to settle in Cholon in the 1770s, although many ethnic Chinese fled the country in 1975.
The Thien Hau Pagoda is one of Cholon’s must-sees. It is dedicated to the goddess Thien Hau, protector of the sea. Photographers are spoilt for choice with the ornate decoration inside the pagoda and the statues of Thien Hau. It is popular with worshippers (the air is always heavy with the smell of incense).

Notre Dame Cathedral: The twin towers of the Notre Dame Cathedral have been a familiar landmark in Ho Chi Minh City since the 1880s. In front of the cathedral in a small garden is a delicate statue of the Virgin Mary. The interior of the cathedral is rather plain, unlike most French cathedrals, with no stained glass but it is a cool escape from the heat outside.

Former Post Office: Across from the Notre Dame Cathedral, the vast Post Office was also built in the late 19th century in European style. The interior has hardly been touched since it was built and is dominated by a huge portrait of Ho Chi Minh. The building always seems busy but most people are just visitors rather than customers.

02.00 p.m.: Transfer back to port

04.30 p.m.: Arrive at port; cruise departs at 05.00 p.m.

Cost Enquiry: contact us

OPTION 3:

Cu Chi Tunnels Tour from Phu My port (1 day)

– Name of Ship: ???
– Port City: Phu My Port, Vung Tau
– Date on …….
– Duration: 8:00 am – 18:00 pm
– Number of participants: … adults …. children

08.00 a.m.: Pick up at the jetty. It will be about a 2.25 hour drive to visit the infamous Cu Chi Tunnels. Just 65 km (40 miles) northwest of Saigon, the Cu Chi area lies at the end of the Ho Chi Minh Trail and was the base from which Ho Chi Minh guerillas used to attack Saigon. As a result the whole area became a “free fire zone” and was carpet-bombed in one of many American “scorched-earth” policies. But the residents of Cu Chi took their war underground, literally, developing a network of tunnels that, at its height, stretched as far as Cambodia and included meeting rooms, kitchens, and triage areas – an effective network for waging guerilla warfare on nearby U.S. troops. The U.S. Army’s 25th Infantry Division was just next door, and there are detailed maps denoting land that was either U.S.-held, Vietminh-held, or in dispute. The sight supports a small museum of photos and artifacts, as well as an extensive outdoor exhibit of guerilla snares and reconstructions of the original tunnels and bunkers. Wear your “play clothes” if you choose to get down in the tunnels; the experience is dusty and claustrophobic.

02.00 p.m.: Transfer back to port

04.30 p.m.: Arrive at port

Cost Enquiry: contact us

OPTION 4:

Mekong Delta & Saigon Tour from Phu My port (1 day)
– Name of Ship: ???
– Port City: Phu My Port, Vung Tau
– Date on …….
– Duration: 8:00 am – 18:00 pm
– Number of participants: … adults …. children

Destination: Phu My – My Tho – Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) – Phu My

7h30am, our tour guide pick you up at Phu My Port then transfer to the City of My Tho by bus. During 2 hours bus drive to My Tho you will have chance to see many activities of local people while travel along the road and enjoy nice scenery of green rice paddy fields. We stop at Ben Luc in Long An province to visit a Cao Dai temple- the unique religion of Vietnam, taking pictures, listen to the guide explain about the temple architecture and Cao Dai religion philosophy.

Continue going to My Tho, where we take a boat trip along Mekong River by motor-boat. During a boat cruise along Mekong River you will have a chance to see fish cages, floating house and the activities on the River.

The boat take you to Xep canal, where is the place you totally escape from the busy town. The boat cruise in the coconut trees canal takes you to a small islet. We disembark and have a walk around the village. Stop at a local family to enjoy tropical fruit, taste honey tea, honey wine and listen to Vietnamese traditional music, performance by the villagers.

Continue walking on the village’s road and have a horse cart trip along village road. Get off for a rowing boat in the small canal to the motor-boat and then head to the restaurant on the other islet. Lunch is set with special Vietnamese food at a local family.

Enjoy lunch under tree shadow you will feel the life is so beautiful.

After lunch we get back to the boat and cruise back to My Tho. Transit to the bus and drive back to Saigon, driving around Saigon for sightseeing an overview of city (stop if have time)

Then to Phu My Port.Tour ends with the sweet memories.

– Tour price: 85 usd / person
(Our guide will meet you at Saigon and show you around the city and Mekong Delta)
If we pickup inside the port, near the ship, extra payment for custom fee: 20 usd /person

Trip Inclusion:

Air-con car / on.
Lunch.
Including all entrance fee.
Boat trip, biking, fruits, honey tea, candy, folksong
English speaking tour guide.
Cool-towels and mineral water.
Trip Exclusion:

Personal entertainment expenses.
Personal costs.
20$ custom fee pick up inside of Phu My Port
Inclusion”

Trip includes:

  • Transportation by private vehicle with A/C
  • All entrance fee to sightseeing sites as mentioned
  • Local English speaking tour guides
  • All entrance fees and permits where applicable

Trip excludes:

  • Meals
  • Travel insurance
  • Vietnam visa
  • Tipping, drinks and other personal expenses

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