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Saigon Easy Riders

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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About Saigon Easy Riders
Saigon Easy Riders-a company just organize the trip for tourist by MOTORBIKE.If you want to explore the real Vietnam,discover about the culture and history,visit the beautiful landscapes or enjoy the Vietnamese cuisine and so on,let's jump on the bike and travel with us.We promise that you will have a lot of new experience,memories and fun with us...LET DO IT
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YEN L wrote a review Oct 2017
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This was a lovely experience tour in Saigon with motor bike. The tour guide is very knowledgeable and friendly
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Leah M wrote a review Jun 2017
Boston, Massachusetts27 contributions34 helpful votes
Traveling through Southeast Asia with 3 friends and stayed in Ho Chih Minh for 4 days. We booked a half day tour of the Cu Chi Tunnels and a full day tour of the Mekong River Delta tour with James. James was very friendly and open with us, great sense of humor. Round-trip transportation to and from our AirBnB was included in the tour as well as some water and the admission fees. The full day Mekong River Delta tour also included lunch (and fresh coconut juice, straight from the coconut). The Cu Chi Tunnel tour was very interesting and James provided a nice general background for the region. The Mekong River Delta tour had a very tourist-focused musical performance but the food provided on the tour was great. I would have enjoyed being able to see more of the markets. James showed us around the area, the various rice and candy products that are made there, and how they are produced - very interesting (and delicious). Our tours with James were private tours which was also nice, and reasonably priced too!
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Date of experience: June 2017
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