We start our trip with our local guide with a visit to Ho Chi Minh City's oldest pagoda Giac Lam, built in the 17th century it is the oldest pagoda in Ho Chi Minh City. We then visit Chinatown with stops at Cholon and Binh Tay markets to see the locals bartering for wares.
We also stop off at the Thien Hau temple and Nha Rong wharf, where Ho Chi Minh first left Vietnam in 1911. The Thien Hau temple was built in the early 19th Century dedicated to Thien Hau, the goddess of seafarers.
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