Back of the Bike Tours Ho Chi Minh City Guidebook is Now Available to View Online

December 27, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Back of the Bike Tours new Ho Chi Minh City guidebook is now available to view online. It will provide those that travel to this exciting Southeast Asian city with all the great information they will need to see the highlights of it. The guidebook also goes into detail about several good places to eat. It’s an especially useful tool for those that are visiting Ho Chi Minh City on a budget as many of the attractions and food choices the guide lists are very inexpensive. This new guidebook that Back of the Bike Tours has just released can be seen here at https://backofthebiketours.com/ho-chi-minh-city/.

Company spokesperson, Fredrick Wilson, had this to say about their new online guidebook, “Many people both in and outside of our company have put much effort into this special Ho Chi Minh City guidebook. It turned out so well that we like to think of it as more than just a simple city guide. We prefer to think of it as a gateway to see all that this beautiful Southeast Asian city has to offer. It goes well beyond what most of the guidebooks of the city do because it highlights much more than just the main city attractions and the most popular places to eat.”

Of course, their new Ho Chi Minh City guide lists many of the popular local tours such as a trip to the Mekong Delta or to the famous Cu Chi tunnels, but the guide book goes well beyond that too. Wilson went on to say that their new guide also has many “off the beaten path” attractions that let their guests experience what the real Vietnam is like. This includes places people can go to get some excellent street food or where some of the more obscure temples in the city are located.

Back of the Bike Tours not only puts out online guidebooks but they also operate a variety of motorbike tours. These tours are specially designed to help those that visit Ho Chi Minh City experience more of what it has to offer and can be seen here at https://backofthebiketours.business.site/. Wilson had this to say about their popular motorbike tours, “It takes a lot of time to explore a large size city like Ho Chi Minh City. Unfortunately, that is something that most people on trips do not have enough of. People who are unfamiliar with the city and only there for 2 to 5 days would use up most of that time exploring and this may cause them to miss the best food or attractions. That’s where we come in. We have the best places in the city mapped out already. The motorbike tours that we put together will take you right to the best places to see and eat. There is no wasted time and you can experience much more of the culture and food highlights that Ho Chi Minh City has to offer. This is true even if you are only in the country for a few days.”

The company offers mostly half-day city and food tours. Wilson says they have become very popular among those that travel to Ho Chi Minh City. He also pointed out that exploring the city on the back of a motorbike not only makes it easier to get around but also makes a person feel as if they have their own personal tour guide. Wilson says so far the reviews on their motorbike tour services have been very positive. Here is one from recent customer Marie F. that says, “Nothing short of Fantastic! Friendly guides who we learned a lot from. Great drivers in this scooter-busy city. What an experience to have been on one of these bikes! We took the four-hour tour with our three kids (12, 14 and 17) in the afternoon and really enjoyed the Vietnamese dishes we were introduced to. Don't hesitate - do this!”

More information on this company can also be seen on their website that was linked to above and here in a previous article that was written on them: https://www.pressadvantage.com/story/29539-back-of-the-bike-tours-announces-exciting-new-tour-location.

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For more information about Back of the Bike Tours, contact the company here:

Back of the Bike Tours
Fredrick Wilson
935046910
info@backofthebiketours.com
68 Nguyen Hue

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