5 Destinations for Day Trips from Ho Chi Minh City

by Le Xuan Son Product Manager

Ho Chi Minh City is the largest city in Vietnam is a thriving hub of travel destination with lots of fantastic things to explore within the city limits. From foodies and beach hoppers to art and culture buffs and adventure seekers, Ho Chi Minh City has something to offer everyone. Experiencing the vibrancy of Ho Chi Minh City on a full day guided trips to touch and explore the iconic city highlights!

Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon, comes out from its darkest days to become one of Asia's most exciting cities. This possesses vibrant street life, handsome buildings, and warm weather all year round. But what are the best things to do in this interesting city? Here are some of most attractive Day Trip destinations which are only a  few hours ride away from HCMC!

Cu Chi Tunnel -

Cu Chi Tunnel is 60 kilometers away from Ho Chi Minh City is now considered a heroic district for its greater role in the anti-American war in Vietnam. It is legendary for its 220 kilometer-long tunnel system and is a popular attraction for both Vietnamese and foreign visitors. Discover the secret world of the Cu Chi freedom fighters, enrich your knowledge of the Vietnam War and discover how the tunnels were built by fighters with a day trip to Ho Chi Minh City day trip.

Cai Be Floating Market -

Visit the famous floating markets of Cai Be on this incredible Ho Chi Minh City day trip. Find the way in the water with a local guide and gain knowledge about village life, flourishing nature and interact with residents of the water. A biggest floating market life shows you how the local farmer shops their products in boats of different shapes and sizes. Just sit back on your boat, watch and enjoy the morning with observing the whole world of trading going on from boats to boats.

Mekong Delta region -

Explore the Mekong Delta region on a Chi Minh City day trip. Your first destination is Vinh Trang Pagoda, a sacred place that is also one of the top local sights. Continue on to the harbor, where you can board a boat to explore the Delta region. During the cruise on the Tien River, you’ll come across eye-catching islands, and fishing villages, stilt houses and fruit plantations along the river. Experience the local life as you cruise along the scenic Tien River.

Saigon Skydeck -

Standing at 262 meters Bitexco Financial Tower based on Vietnam's national flower, The Lotus is the Ho Chi Minh City's tallest building that offers a 360-degree view of Ho Chi Minh City.  Ho Chi Minh City day trips offer you an opportunity to sit on the highest Heineken bar in the world and take in the city sights. The informative touch screens and long-range binoculars located around the viewing deck at Saigon Skydeck help you to learn more about the city. 

Black Virgin Mountain -

The 986-meter-high giant Black Virgin Mountain is a paradise for those looking to get their heart rate up whileexperiencing the wilderness of South Vietnam. You can come across spectacular views of the area, various pagodas,and caves, ornate temple complex along the way to the Black Virgin Mountain.


Ho Chi Minh City is so fascinating and full of life, pulsating at every step of its busy streets.  Do you want to create your own customized Ho Chi Minh City day trips ever? A Ho Chi Minh City day trip is a unique urban adventure tailored just to your friends and family. Enjoy the peaceful scenery surrounding Ho Chi Minh City with a professional tour guide from Travel Authentic Asia.


Author’s Bio

This article is written by Travel Authentic Asia, the tourism expert who can offer the best travel experience in Asia. If you are planning to visit Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia,and Thailand, get in touch with Travel Authentic Asia, for a unique destination management experience.

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