Located in the main lobby of the hotel, our Concierge team are available and ready to assist you with your needs and provide local expertise and knowledge to ensure your time in Ho Chi Minh City is enjoyable and fulfilling. Details of some options are below, however we will personalise your itinerary as best we can to suit your schedule and wishes.
Please contact Head Concierge at firstname.lastname@example.org in advance of your stay to assist in arranging your time and plans.
Caravelle’s Chief Concierge, Ms. Thao Tran has put together a list of «Dining Options and Recreations in Saigon» each uniquely chosen to portray the variety of food culture within the city.
Caravelle Classique Club Member plus guest up to 2 foursomes per member
VND 1,200,000 includes green fees 50 balls at driving range and 01 draught beer
Tuesday – Thursday:
VND 1,200,000 includes green fees
VND 1,200,000 includes green fees, lunch buffet and beer at lunch time until VGCC lunch promotion ends
Weekend and holiday:
30% off on Published rate at 3,330,000
Excludes caddy and optional golf cart fees
To find out more about our Caravelle Classique Club,
please contact directly at +84 8 3825 6941
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Caravelle Classique Club
This tour is delivered by Sophie who has worked in the HCMC arts scene since 2009 as Manager of Galerie Quynh and Southeast Asia Director for independent film festival Future Shorts. Sophie’s Art tour takes a closer look at the major shifts in Vietnam’s modern history through the eyes and personal experience of artists and is not just for art lovers but also for those who want to gain a deeper understanding of Vietnam.
The tour begins at a café where guests are given an introduction to modern Vietnamese history. The first stop on the tour is a private collection including works by students of the French founded School of Fine Arts which show the European styles fused with traditional Vietnamese materials and techniques.
Guests are then driven in an air‐conditioned vehicle to the next gallery, a space connected to the largest private collection of propaganda art in Vietnam. Here they will learn about how propaganda was produced and distributed during and after the war and how it was influences by China and Russia.
The tour continues to HCMC Fine Arts Museum, an impressive example of Sino ‐French architecture, where guests will look at the work of wartime artists. These sketches demonstrate how artists have been essential tools of government, in resistance, revolution and reconstruction of a nation.
The last stop is one of the cities leading contemporary art galleries which houses changing exhibitions of works by Vietnamese and international artists. Guests will learn how these spaces are nurturing experimentation and creating opportunities for emerging artists.
The tour runs from Tuesday to Saturday: 9:00am – 1:00pm. Bookings on Sunday and afternoons can be arranged.
Extremely popular, this famous network of over 200 km of tunnels became legendary during the 1960's when they played a vital part in the American War, allowing the Viet Cong to control a large rural area close to Ho Chi Minh City. This functioning underground labyrinth consisted of secret trapdoors, weapon factories, command centers, hospitals, kitchens and sleeping quarters.
Cao Dai Temple - Indigenous to Vietnam, Cao Dai religion is a fusion of Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism, with elements of Christianity and Islam. Explore this fascinating site and attend the colorful noon-day mass held by Cao Dai
followers. It is an experience not to be missed.
Please contact our Concierge via ext. 27008.
Vietnam’s ‘rice basket’, the Mekong Delta yields enough rice to feed the country with a sizable surplus. Although the Mekong is primarily rural, it is one of the most densely populated regions in Vietnam and nearly every hectare is intensively farmed. With lush rice paddies and fish farms, this delta plain also nourishes the cultivation of sugarcane, fruit, coconut and shrimp…
Ho Chi Minh City, or Saigon, has long been considered the cultural and commerce Heart of Vietnam. Saigon is a fast-paced city with charming colonial architecture and wide boulevards boasting an endless flow of motorcycles. Today Ho Chi Minh City has something to offer everyone, from market vendors selling local arts and crafts to luxury boutiques, street stalls serving local culinary dishes to high-end restaurants…