Saigon hop on hop off


Hop-On Hop-Off Saigon

Saigon is an explosion of sights, sounds and smells, which will constantly take your breath away. There’s no better way to discover all that Saigon has to offer than from the top of a City Sightseeing bus. Enjoy the panoramic views and hop on and hop off as much as you want to visit the city’s many wonders. Book today with City Sightseeing.

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Free guidebook with maps, recommendations, timetables, and coupons Free Wi-Fi to save that precious roaming dataDiscover the delights of Saigon, Vietnam’s biggest and maybe most exciting city Choose from a 24-hour or 48-hour ticket Audio commentary in multiple languages and live guide too Hop on and hop off as much as you want while your ticket lasts


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24 or 48-hour hop-on hop-off bus tour Stops near the major sights Audio guide in 8 languages Free Wi-Fi

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Saigon is an amazing mix of cultures. Founded over fifteen centuries ago, it didn’t become an important city until the arrival of Vietnamese settlers from the north in the 17th century. Colonisation by the French 200 years later saw a European influence that lasted some hundred years. Independence came via two long and bloody wars that also left their mark.With your Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Ticket, you’ll be able to discover every stunning facet of Saigon. Hop on the bus at any of our stops and then decide where to hop off first. Maybe at the Museum of Vietnamese History, which tells the story of Vietnam and its people from prehistory until the modern day. It’s a fascinating place to spend an hour or two.Hop back on the bus and head for the Skydeck, in the heart of the city’s modern financial district. 49 floors above the city, this is the perfect vantage point to see Saigon and appreciate its remarkable mix of the old and the new. Nha Rong Wharf is another great hop-off choice. Located on the banks of the Saigon River, the pier gives you an insight into another side of the city. Like so many other cities, Saigon owes its existence to the river and it’s still an important and colourful part of local life today. It’s also the location of the Ho Chi Minh Museum, dedicated to the life of the Vietnamese leader who gave the city its other name.That’s all just a start. There’s so much more to discover, so decide whether you want a 24 or 48-hour ticket and start exploring. Whichever ticket you choose, you’re sure to wish you had more time.

From Monday to Friday: tour frequency every 1 hourFrom Saturday to Sunday: tour frequency every 30 minutes

Stop 2 is only used on Friday afternoon, Saturday and Sunday.