Phu My port is located at Ba Ria - Vung Tau, The main name of the Phu My port is called Phu My Port or Thi Vai port ( STIT port, which flows to the giant South China Sea (locally known as East Sea).
Phu My Port is 79 km (43 miles) from Saigon Vietnam, the busiest, most developed city which often tops favorite destinations charts in Vietnam. You may take any private transport from Phu My port to Ho Chi Minh for your tour a day and return to the port on the same day.
How can we travel to Ho Chi Minh City from Phu My Port Vietnam?
It will be too risk for you and family if you tried to deal the taxi transfers service form Phu my port to Ho Chi Minh Vietnam because of the barrier language and no public bus transfers route goes straight from Phu My Port to Ho Chi Minh City because it is a port for the commercial service.
You may look for a good idea to rent a car with driver Phu my port to Ho Chi Minh so a return to the ship would cost at least US$125 for 3 person. In addition, you will not need to negotiate the taxi waiting time and toll fees. The SUVs 7 seat maximum for 5 pax will be: 135$USD (Toyota Innova). If you have more than 4 people in your group and need a bigger vehicle for transport, your best bet is to contact a tour agency or operator. Note that most tour agencies are located in Ho Chi Minh City.
Getting around the local areas on your own can entail nuisances and destroy your fun in the country, that’s why we think it is advisable to book a tour with Vietnam Budget Car Rental Company as a private tours are a good option - the excursions might be cheaper and better quality than what your cruise offers touring in a big group.
You may see the Ho Chi Minh tour a day from Phu My port as below:
At 7h00 am - 8h00 am, our private taxi Phu My port transfers to Ho Chi Minh will greeting for you outside of the port exit gate with your name on the sigh then riding for you in 1h45 minutes private taxi transfers from Phu My port to Ho Chi Minh ( Saigon Vietnam) fror a full day tour explore Ho Chi Minh as your way.
Ho Chi Minh City – former name Saigon is Vietnam’s largest city. Saigon is a fast paced city with a unique mix of French colonial architecture, Chinese influences, a modern entrepreneurial spirit and numerous temples.
During 300 years history, under the name of Saigon, it was the capital of French colony of Indochina and later of the independent republic of South Vietnam. After the war, this city was officially renamed Ho Chi Minh City after President Ho Chi Minh. Today, Ho Chi Minh City is a modern developing urban but still remain its connection with the past. Not so hard to find an ancient pagoda or a building with French elements.