How far from Tan Son Nhat airport to Ho Chi Minh city?
The distance from Ho Chi Minh Airport (Tan Son Nhat ) to Ho Chi Minh city Dis 1 takes about 40 mins for transfer from Ho Chi Minh aiport to get Ho Chi Minh Dist 1 . The price for transfer service is 18.00 USD.
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Saigon or Ho Chi Minh City is the big tourism center in Vietnam, attracting a large number of visitors to Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh City has various attractions such as the Reunification Palace, Vietnam War Remnant Museum, a system of museums, theatres & cultural houses, local markets… A full day Saigon city tour will bring you an understanding about the busy city in Vietnam, Vietnamese Culture & People.
AM: 8h00 pick up at your hotel and transfer to Mekong delta. Have a motorized boat ride to see round CAI BE FLOATING MARKET with local people being selling, buying, exchanging goods from their boats.
Walk around to see orchard, rice paper making, rice crispies producing process. Etc… Stop for a rest, a free Vietnamese lunch including tropical fruits.
Passenger must show up at check in counters to do the check-in formalities at least 60 minutes before ETD (Estimated time of departure). Check-in counters are closed 40 minutes before ETD.
- Travel with Vietnam Airlines: enter door D1, business class ticket will be checked-in at C row, economic class ticket will be checked-in at A/B row.
- Travel with Jetstar Pacific: enter door D2, check-in at E/F row.
- Travel with Vasco: enter door D2, check-in at E/F row.
- Travel with Vietjet: enter door D3, check-in at I/K row.
Two months after the Ho Chi Minh City authorities announced the riverway tourism development strategy with six routes from Bach Dang Wharf to Binh Dong, Cu Chi, Can Gio, Long An, Binh Quoi and Phu My Hung, assigned to Saigontourist, the Sai Gon Tiep Thi newspaper conducted a survey in late August to outline the panorama of riverway tourism in the city.
A look from the river
At 7 am on a Saturday, French tourist Elisabeth Ngondara Olivry and her husband cautiously crossed the busy road in front of the Majestic hotel to a pontoon to take a river trip on the Saigon River. After checking in, the couple were welcomed by the staff of the Saigon River Express Boat on board. Other passengers included Graham Taylor from Australia and three young Americans.
The boat staff asked them to put on lifejackets and the breakfast was served onboard with bread, bottled water and some native fruits like bananas, bonbon, and rambutan. The boat sped up, leaving the city with high-rise buildings behind.
Elisabeth and her husband sat at the prow to enjoy the early sunlight. She said: “The villages along the river are fresh and peaceful. I used to try a canoe tour in Bangkok, but the river there did not make me feel to be close to nature as the tour on the Saigon River does.
“This tour was recommended by the hotel receptionist. We also know that this city has many rivers and canals so it would have been a mistake if we did not choose this tour to learn more about it.”