Private Car Transfer in Danang, Hue, Hoian, Phong Nha
Saigon car rental
Mostly, when you come to Viet Nam and trying to find the best vehicle or the transportation to visit all the scenic on the way or another places as your plan, however the hesitation for choosing the suitable services always make you confused, so let come with us – Danang Private Taxi to get the good price and the safe, flexible service.
Danang Private Taxi our goal is not just to offer you the best service, offer you the car rental that suits your needs, at the best price you can find in the market today and solve all problems which the travelers who wants to spend their time to discover through all cities, provinces in Vietnam.
All the cars were fully equipped with the latest amenities, the expert driver speaking English and safety features that ensure your trips will be safe, convenient and comfortable. We provide the private cars for 4 seats, 6 seats, 16 seats with the best and clear price based on the route as recommended by customers.
Traveling to Ho Chi Minh City– or Sai gon, is Vietnam’s centre of commerce and the country’s biggest city, might meet the troubles about traffic, transportation for the travellers or businessman who need to some the best services for their travelling demands. If you go by metered taxi or shuttle bus, noticed that the prestige firms like Mailinh Taxi, Vinasun Taxi, Saigon Taxi…, the driver could count fee depending on how many km you travel and surcharge if they’re asked for waiting.
In order to solve this matter, Danang Private Taxi offered the private taxi, just book in advance on email, using our transfer service end trip. The first thing, we do respect the ideas as well as the needs from customers, taking care through the route and no charge fee if our driver waiting for you when stopping any places to take photos or just take a rest, sightseeing the beautiful places across through the way, we just count on the route that you spend and always give the best deal for the users. So should believe us, give us the chance to serve you during the time you spending in Ho Chi Minh City.
During stay in Ho Chi Minh city or Saigon where should you travel to see the sightseeing?
1. The People’s Committee Building of Ho Chi Minh City: It is located at one end of Nguyen Hue Street, one of the most beautiful streets in this metropolis.
2. Binh Quoi Village: Located on Saigon riverside, Binh Quoi Tourist Village has two branches: 1 & 2. Number 1 is at 1147 Binh Quoi, Binh Thanh District while number 2 is just a few kilometers away, at the very end of the road. Binh Quoi Tourist Village is just about 8 – 10 km from Ho Chi Minh centre and can be a nice day trip from the crowded city centre.
3. Cho Lon, District 5:
Back in the old days, the place where Cho Lon now sits was regarded as the city’s center of commerce, in comparison with District 1 – the center of administration.
4. Suoi Tien Theme Park:
Suoi Tien is one of the biggest theme parks in Ho Chi Minh City and offers plenty of world class entertainment facilities.
5. Central Post Office:
The Central Post Office is at number 2, Paris Commune Street, District 1. This is one of the oldest buildings in Ho Chi Minh City. The Central Post Office was built around 1886 – 1891 based on Ville dieu’s design, a famous French architect.
6. Giac Lam Pagoda:
Built in 1744, Giac Lam Pagoda is one of the oldest pagodas in Ho Chi Minh city. Giac Lam Pagoda is located at 118 Lac Long Quan Street, Tan Binh District.
7. Saigon Opera House:
If you have a chance to go to Ho Chi Minh City, you certainly can’t take your eyes off the elegant architecture of the Saigon Opera House.
8. Reunification Palace, Ho Chi Minh:
Like Long Bien Bridge in Hanoi, Reunification Palace (formerly known as Independence Palace) has stayed in the mind of many generations of not only Vietnamese but also foreigners.
9. Saigon Notre-Dame Cathedral:
It is located in the downtown of Ho Chi Minh City. It was constructed between 1863 and 1880 by the French, and reaches a height of up to 60 meters.
10. Ben Thanh Market: Being a bustling market in the daytime and a social center after sunset, Ben Thanh Market is absolutely a must-see attraction of the most dynamic city of Vietnam.
11. War Remnants Museum:
By visiting one of the most famous history museums, the War Remnants Museum, you have totally transformed your ordinary visit to Ho Chi Minh City to an intellectual yet remarkable trip
It’s one of Ho Chi Minh City’s many charms. Moreover, the most popular trip out of the city is to the Cu Chi tunnels, where villagers dug themselves out of the range of American shelling. The tunnels are often twinned with a tour around the fanciful Great Temple of the indigenous Cao Dai religion at Tay Ninh. The Mekong Delta is situated in southwestern Vietnam where the Mekong River approaches and empties into the sea. The Mekong delta region occupies an area of 39,000 square kilometers (15,000 sq mi). Some of the main cities around the Mekong are Can Tho, My Tho, Chau Doc, Ha Tien, Ca Mau and Phu Quoc Island.
The region is famous as a large rice growing area. It produces about half of Vietnam’s rice output. In the Mekong Delta, life revolves a lot around the river, and a lot of areas are only accessible by boat. You will see some of the nicest scenery around in this area. With the construction of Can Tho Bridge completed in 2010, the region is more accessible instead of the previous ferry crossing that took forever. Enjoy tranquil boat rides, visit lively water markets and get to know the wonderful people who call the Mekong home.
The best time to visit tropical Ho Chi Minh City is in the dry season, which runs from December through to April. During the wet season, May to November, there are frequent tropical storms, though these won’t disrupt your travels too much. Average temperatures, year-round, hover between 26°C and 29°C; March, April and May are the hottest month.
Other tips for avoiding scams
Avoid buying taxi coupons from dubious companies. Some dubious taxi companies that overcharge have booths in the airport terminal buildings. Only buy taxi coupons from reliable companies such as those named above.
Do not ask taxi drivers to suggest hotels. Taxi drivers earn commissions by taking customers to certain hotels, so be explicit about exactly which hotel you want to be taken to. Some taxi drivers have been known to trick visitors into staying at hotels which they recommend by informing them that the hotels the visitors have asked to be taken to have “no vacancies” due to some big event in town or have “burned down recently”.
Know what the journey should cost. Some drivers, even from reputable companies with the meter running, will try to take advantage of currency confusion – for example, if the meter reads 40.0 for 10 minute journey, they will claim you owe 400,000 dong when in fact you owe only 40,000. Be sure to have some smaller bills before entering the taxi. Taxi drivers will not usually make change. The amount shown on the taxi meter needs to be multiplied by 1,000. So, 50 showing on the meter will be 50,000 Dong, about USD $2.35. It is helpful to pay attention to the meter and plan ahead so that you are not rushed to pay as you leave the taxi and collect your luggage.