Saigon Easy Riders – Explore The ups and downs of Saigon City Tour


This 4-hour Saigon Easy Riders – Explore the contrast of Saigon city tour will bring you from the bottom to the top of this modern city. The riding trip provides historical and cultural sites that help you have a full view of the city towering through over a hundred years of war. Even sitting on the back of the bike as a Vietnamese is the best experience culture you should do when travelling in Vietnam. 


  1. Notre Dame Cathedral – Central Post Office
  2. Reunification Palace (from outside)
  3. City Hall – Walking Street – Opera House 
  4. China Town
  5. War Remnants Museum
  6. Ben Thanh Market or Local Market
  7. Jade Emperor Pagoda
  8. Thich Quang Duc Monument
  • Tour Grade : Easy
  • Total Distance : 40 - 50 Km
  • Hours of Riding per day : 3 - 4 Hours
  • Support : Disposible
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4 Hours: Saigon City Tours

BM travel tour guide will come to your hotel to pick you up at 8:00 AM for the morning tour or 1 PM for the afternoon tour. 

Then we get on our scooter and head to Jade Emperor Pagoda, worshiping the King of Heaven. After 30 minutes visit inside with our tour guide to get all of the information, 

We will get on the scooter, move to the War Remnants Museum, and learn more about the Vietnam war. You’ll get a sense of it through tales and historical events.

We can pause for photographs and historical information after a glance at the Reunification Palace.

Notre-Dame Cathedral facing the Saigon Central Post Office will be our next stop.

Ben Thanh Market will be our next visit. You will witness the Saigon Opera House, Nguyen Hue Walking Street, and City Hall on the way there.

The next, we shall pay a visit to the Thich Quang Duc Monument, a mysterious story waiting for you told by a BM tour guide.

Finally, we are riding to Chinatown to witness the vibrant liveliness, including a visit to the bustling wholesale market and side shops. That serves various sectors of the economy, such as motorcycle spare parts or haberdashery. 

On the way back to your hotel by Vo Van Kiet street, in nearby District 8, we will witness the low land district with its many tiny stilt houses along the Saigon River.

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Saigon Easy Riders Tours Includes:

  • High-Quality Helmet
  • Free Pick Up And Drop Off (Only Hotels In District 1 and District 3). Extra from $3 – $5 For Other Districts
  • Motorbike, Fuel, Driver
  • Friendly, English Speaking Tour Guide
  • Rain Poncho (If Needed)

Saigon Easy Riders Tour excludes:

  • Riding Long Pants (we recommend a pair of jeans)
  • Personal insurance (this at your own risk)
  • Coverage for any damages to gear or the motorcycle
  • Air ticket
  • Visa fee (approximately 25 USD/person, depending on nationality)
  • Travel insurance of any kind
  • Tip, drinks, personal expense, and other expenses not described in the itinerary
  • Single Supplement for Single Occupancy


  • We provide vehicle support and driver with an extra price of 150 USD/day/ truck upon your REQUEST!
  • A single stay will cost 20 USD extra/ day
  • If tours do not depart/ end in Hanoi then the surcharge for bike shipping to/ back to Hanoi is 120 USD/ bike.
  • VAT Excluded from the price, if you want VAT included, 10% of the total price will be added.


  • To secure your bookings we require a minimum of 30% deposit. Full payment will be made by cash or credit on the first day of the tour.
  • The rider is responsible for any bank charges (surcharge 3,5% if you pay by credit card )
  • If you cancel the tour before the departure date, you will lose 100% of the deposit.
  • If you cancel the tour after the departure date, you will lose 100% of the total cost/ fee of the tour for any reason.
  • A deposit of US$ 100 – 1,000 or more is required for each motorcycle for use in the guided or self-guided motorcycle tours. In case of a self-caused accident, your own participation is up to US$ 2,000 or more.

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