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Ho Chi Minh City Free Walking Tours

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Free walking tours in Ho Chi Minh City are great for getting to know the history of the city and some of its most popular landmarks through the eyes of a local. A quick search online will lead you to several non-profits or universities organising free walking tours to help local youths improve their English and hospitality skills. Most tours are held in the morning, from 08:00 until 12:00, stopping at popular hotspots within the city centre.

Ideal for when you’re travelling on a tight budget but still wants to enjoy some sightseeing during our holiday, there’s no hidden charges but you’re more than welcome to tip your guide for their time (though most will even decline your offer). However, you are required to pay for admission fees when entering certain attractions, such as Reunification Palace (VND 30,000) and War Remnants Museum (VND 15, 000). Free Walking Tours in Saigon can also arrange for tours in the afternoon, but we highly advise against it as you’ll be walking under the scorching sun for about four hours. It’s also a good idea to wear sunscreen and a hat in the morning (and throughout the day), as well as some cash to pay the entrance fees for selected tourist spots.

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Saigon Free Walking Tours

One of the most popular options is the Saigon Free Walking Tours, which is managed by Hospitality & Tourism students from Hoa Sen University. If you’re looking to explore outside District 1, the Oriental Saigon 1 Tour is conducted via scooter (VND 50,000 per person), where you get to visit Cau Dai Temple, Le Hong Phong Market, and the Museum of Traditional Vietnamese Medicine (FITO) in District 5.

  • Opening Hours: Daily 07:00 - 22:00
  • Address: 8 Nguyen Van Trang Street, Ben Thanh Ward, Ho Chi Minh City
  • Tel: +84 122 806 4730
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Trails & Tails Saigon

Trails & Tales Saigon offers free walking tours in Saigon every Saturday between 09:45 and 13:00, featuring a knowledgeable guide sharing personal stories and insights of certain landmarks such as Ben Thanh Market, Tran Nguyen Han Statue, Notre Dame Cathedral, Saigon Opera House, and Bitexco Financial tower. The meeting point is at Happy Place Bar in District 1, and you don’t need to make a booking to join this tour.

  • Opening Hours: Saturday 09:45 - 13:00
  • Address: Happy Life Bar, 185 De Tham, Quan 1, Ho Chi Minh City
  • Tel: +84 126 542 0186
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