The secret is out. Get set for Saigon
Next year's all-expenses-paid Mystery Trip will see you glowing all the way to Vietnam. As well as experiencing the famous city and its unique culture, you'll be visiting well-known landmarks and sampling amazing local cuisine. It's a feature-packed trip that's sure to be a truly unforgettable experience.
City Cyclo Tour
Take in a unique sightseeing tour on a traditional cyclo. These pedicabs were once the main mode of transport in Saigon, replacing the original rickshaws. It’s your chance to see the city the old-fashioned way, with a guide to teach you all about the local landmarks.
Vespa Street Food Tour
Saigon’s street food is famous the world over, and you’ll get the chance to indulge on this amazing night out. Tour the city to see how the locals eat and drink, sampling divine delicacies you can’t get anywhere else. Even better – you’ll do it all on the back of a vintage Vespa.
Ben Thanh Market
This big, bustling marketplace is one of the earliest surviving structures in Saigon. Test out your bartering skills as you pick up everything from local handicrafts and traditional textiles to souvenirs and sweets.
Cu Chi Tunnels
This huge network of tunnels was the site of several campaigns during the Vietnam war. It now serves as a war memorial and museum complex. You’ll take a thought-provoking tour and can even brave a section of tunnel yourself.
Drink in the stunning views of Saigon at its hippest and highest nightlife spot. Sip amazing cocktails as you watch the sun go down from your viewpoint on the 26th floor, and see the city come to life below you.
Offering a beautiful riverside location, the Deck restaurant is one of the most elegant eateries in the city. Enjoy a wide range of contemporary fusion cuisine in a relaxed, open-air setting.
And whilst you’re in Saigon why not use your free time to explore:
Recover from the hustle and bustle of the city in this peaceful retreat, built by the French in 1864. As well as lush tropical trees and striking flowerbeds, the garden includes two architectural marvels – the History Museum and the Temple of King Hung Vuong.
Notre Dame Cathedral
Saigon’s very own Notre Dame was established by French colonialists in the 19th century. Built using materials imported from France, it has a stunning façade, a beautiful flower garden and a statue of the Virgin Mary that was once rumoured to have shed tears.
Mekong Delta Canal Tour
See life in the ‘rice bowl’ of Vietnam first hand with a boat trip to an island on the Mekong River. Walk through fruit orchards and sample local delicacies, before finishing with a delicious seafood lunch.
Register your interest in the Glow-worm Mystery Trip, and we’ll get back to you with all the information you need to win this holiday of a lifetime!
We set personalised targets to suit your business.