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by valleygirl1219

Oddly enough,I dreaded this port but to my surprise it ended up being my favorite..but only by chance. I was going to stay on the ship but saw tents selling souvenirs outside and grabbed $40 and went outside. As I was looking at the tents with other guests that decided to stay a bus pulled up. We all looked at each other I asked. It was a free bus into town for shopping. So all of us stragglers hopped on. About a 30 minute drive. It was an average area. So I skipped the shopping to walk to the main intersection and decided to turn around and go back, but multiple motorcycle drivers asked to give tours I said no to all until the last one. He spoke some English and was polite. So I said f@&$ it ,he said $40 perfect that's all I had. I hopped on his new motorcycle and went. It was the best experience I saw way more than all of the excursions combined and then some. He was so cool. I wish I could name everything I saw but I don't have all day😍😍😍


by ants1980

We did a best of tour arranged via the cruise line. It was a circa 1.5 hour drive into ho chi minh. We went to a war museum and then had lunch at a nice hotel with vietnamese dancing and music. The food was ok but nothing amazing. Then we had a couple of hours to have a wander which is what we did...taking in all the atmosphere and energy of the city. It was a bank holiday so wasn't as hectic as usual and I have been before when the roads are absolutely crazy!


by Shota

If I did this cruise again I would never take the ships excursion. There was no free time in the city at all, also there was a lot of standing around waiting. There was no way to identify the essence of the city.


by iankaus

Do a day trip to Ho Chi Minh. We did a private tour with Private Asia Tours. You get to see more than the cruise ship tours and there is more flexibility

Visited: Jan 17, 2016

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by glomarrone

Here we saw plenty of neglected colonial buildings in the rural township of Ba Ria. We visited a Buddhist Temple and stopped at a local marketplace where prices were quite reasonable & bargaining is accepted. We continued on to another lovely Buddhist temple and then to a local 100-year old Vietnam house. We were served some fruit and a potent moonshine rice wine. made right there on the property. Stepping outside we were invited to try our hand at making rice paper. Then we visited a charming Coa Dai temple, a fusion of many different religions.

Visited: Jan 04, 2018

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