We provide private Van 29 seaters to transfer from Hochiminh city to Dalat mountains and next Nha Trang Beach city and car trip ends in Saigon (hotel/ airport),
Driving schedules (time during the day can be flexible to meet your schedules):
Day1: Depart from Hochiminh city and heading for Dalat Mountains, Stop along the way for your relax and taking pictures. Transfer to your hotel on arrival Dalat. No dinner transfer (surcharge = 20 USD/ one dinner transfer)
Day2: Pick up at your hotel and start sightseeing Dalat city, next will headng for Nha Trang beach city. transfer to your hotel on arrival and service ends at 04.00 Pm at your hotel . (surcharge = 20 USD/ one dinner transfer)
Day 3. Pick up at your hotel and drive back Hochiminh city, transfer to your hotel on arrival
Car hire included: Driver, Gas, Road tolls, Parking fees, driver's own expense
Suggest: 20 passengers + small luggages
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Highlights in Hochiminh city
Reunification palace in hochiminh city
1, Reunification Palace
Designed as the home of former President Ngo Dinh Diem, the U.S.-backed leader of Vietnam until his assassination in 1962, Reunification Palace is most notable for its symbolic role in the fall of Saigon in April 1975, when its gates were breached by North Vietnamese tanks and the victor's flag hung on the balcony; the very tanks that crashed through the gates are enshrined in the entryway, and photos and accounts of their drivers are on display. Built on the site of the French governor general's home, called the Norodom Palace, the current modern building, designed when modern meant "sterile," was completed in 1966 -- it looks something like an old elementary school to my eye now, but modern-design fans love it. Like the Bao Dai Palace in Dalat, the Reunification Palace is a series of rather empty rooms that are nevertheless interesting because they specialize in period kitsch and haven't been gussied up too much. Tour private quarters, dining rooms, entertainment lounges, and the president's office that feel like everybody just up and left one day (they did) -- a tour is almost eerie, really. Most interesting is the war command room, with its huge maps and old communications equipment, as well as the basement labyrinth. There is an ongoing screening in a series of rooms in the basement -- mercifully cool and a good rest while touring -- of mostly propaganda about the war years (plays in French, English, Japanese, and Chinese in separate screening rooms).
The Conference Hall in the main room is still used for important national events. The carpeting you'll see on your visit is a shabby piece of cheap cloth used for display and protection purposes only. For special events, like the recent APEC summit and the signing of the WTO accord, the display rug is whisked away and the "for guests only" carpet, a plush, bright red piece with gold accents, is unveiled.
2, Ben Thanh Market
Ben Thanh Market is an indispensable part in a Hochiminh city tour. The clock tower over the main entrance to what was formerly known as Les Halles Centrale is the symbol of Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City nowadays), and the market might as well be, too. Ben Thanh market has long been one of Saigon’s famous landmarks. Opened first in 1914, the market is very crowded, a boon for pickpockets with its narrow, one-way aisles, and loaded with people clamoring to sell you cheap goods and postcards. There are so many people calling out to you that you will feel like the belle of the ball or a wallet with legs. Watch for pickpockets.
Out front, near the main entrance, find lots of knockoff brand-name clothes, and farther in is a number of small souvenir stands. Toward the back are a few small cafes. This food section of the market is far more interesting. The section offers a wide range of products including pickled vegetables, ducks, crab, scorpion wine, Calvin Klein knockoffs, rice, flip-flops, coffee and tea. The wet market at the far back, with its selection of meat, fish, produce, and flowers, is interesting and hassle free; no one will foist a fish on you. Even if you are not in a mood to shop, getting around the market is also a great experience. The market has cleaned itself up for the tourists over the years, which is a shame because the added hygiene comes at the cost of the market's old charm and raw authenticity. In open-air stalls surrounding the market are some nice little eateries that open just as the market itself starts closing down, and this is, in fact, one of the best places to try authentic local cuisine. The adventurous can sample good local specialties like rice dishes, noodle soup, bun dishes of vermicelli noodles, or ice cream and dessert for next to nothing.
Beauty shop owner in Ben thanh market in Ho chi minh city
Vietnampathfinder Car Rental Services
We provide Cars and Buses services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to and from all major Vietnam airports such as Noi Bai (in Hanoi), Danang (in Danang), and Tan Son Nhat (in Hochiminh city) International Airports, .
Our prices remain consistent, there are no hidden costs and our customers rely on guaranteed quality service.
By using our online booking service, you can be assured that our drivers will be there to greet you at the Arrivals or Pick-up address on time. Advanced 24 hours booking reservations are required if you wish to use our online booking service.
To take advantage of our excellence in taxi service and for any special arrangements, we recommend you phone or email us 24 hours before your arrival/departure.
Our Transportation Services include:
+ Airport Transfers : Hanoi, Hai phong, Dong Hoi, Hue, Danang, Nha Trang, Dalat, Hochiminh, Can Tho, Phu Quoc
+ Seaport Transfers: Hai Phong, Cai lan (Halong), Tien sa (danang), Chan may (Hue), Vung Tau, Saigon
+ Long journeys departing from: Hanoi, Hue, Hoi an, Nha Trang, Hochiminh, Can Tho, Phnompenh, siemreap
Day Bookings also available! You can book a car/ Bus for a whole day or for a few hours for which the service will be charged at an hourly basis.
-Airport transfer Inclusion of:
Road, bridge tolls, parking fees of day time( not night time), gasoline, car insurance and professional, licensed driver ( at least 4years of driving experience).
- Airport transfer Exclusion of:
Overnight parking fee (outside the cities of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh).
And all other not mentioned in the routings
Last moderns of 2010,2011,2012 with air-conditioning, seat-belts
Type of Car:
Ford , Mecerdes, Honda, Toyota, BMW, Huyndai
A status of Hochiminh at the front of Nha Rong where he departed a long trip to find the way rescue the Nation.The place in Saigon-Dalat-Nhatrang car hire
Map of Hochiminh city-Da Lat-Nha Trang
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