Located in the Southern part of Vietnam, the city of Chi Minh holds a great many things of interest to all who tour it. With that being said, deciding on a means of transport that is both convenient and reliable is important.
What better way than by using a car rental. The city has a well-developed road network and as such navigation through the various attractions can be accomplished quite simply if you have a rental car with you.
Why go for a Rental car
Having exited the airport, your first concern is a reliable means of transport that will be both convenient and efficient throughout your stay. This is best achieved by settling for a car rental seeing as it brings on a lot of much needed advantages for anyone who wants their tour to be a memorable one. With a rented car, you get to:
- Enjoy privacy as you would have in your own personal car back at home
- Experience some much needed comfort unlike in public modes of transport
- Be the boss of your own time schedule since you won’t be relying on other means of transport that follow a rather strict and sometimes unfavorable time schedule.
Having said that, here are a few things to consider when selecting a firm to provide you with what you need:
- Asses that their policies cover for road risk throughout the entirety of your use of their car.
- Ensure their vehicles meet your standards so as to avoid disappointment later on.
- Checking out how well their customer support system works.
And with all that in mind, you’ll be good to go and have a car to help you get around this magnificent city.
Things to do in Ho Chi Minh City
A lot of things are up for enjoyment in this great city. Some of the ones that top the list include:
- The War Remnants Museum Here, you’ll get to see the kind of artillery the Vietnamese applied in their past war.
- The Cu Chi Tunnels Also a major integral part of the Vietnamese war. Learn and see how they used to get around in the tunnels.
- Raft through the Mekong Delta Here you’ll get to see the Vietnamese in their purest form as you can see them working their rice plantations and the likes.
- For the more adventurous, there is also a ‘treat’ popular in Vietnam that is snake and scorpion wine.