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Lose the Tie Tour

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
+84 90 508 51 46
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Lose The Tie Tour is a private tour so that our tours do not fix time start and finish. It is flexible time and changeable agenda to make sure the customers have relaxing and fun trips.Here at "Lose the tie tours" we find a new attitude. A better way to seize the day. We found that with the right tour not only is your stress lower but your thoughts about life also changes. Seeing first hand that happiness comes from within will change your outlook. Lose the tie, means to lose the boundaries and chains that hold your mind from attaining the things that you have always wanted.With Lose The Tie Tour, you don't need to find your way to a predetermined spot at some ungodly hour in the morning to meet your fellow tour-group members (who might run late and hold everyone up). You don't need to visit 10 different sites when all you really want to see is four. You don't have to leave the one site that has grabbed your interest to keep on a schedule for everyone else.Private guides have no one to please but you. They can potentially meet you at your hotel at the time of your choosing. No rushing or getting lost. While they may have a preplanned itinerary in mind, it's not hard and fast. You can add or delete stops as you see fit. You can even change the itinerary on the fly.Whether your tie is work, stress, daily routing, housework, they lost along the way
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Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
+84 90 508 51 46
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is the only way to see Saigon Vi is a wonderful guide taking us to all places of interest during our short day trip to Saigon... Highly recommended tour... Vi's knowledge is invaluable when looking for landmarks in this busy city. We will book...More

Thank Leni162
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Both the tour and Vi were amazing. She took us on a private tour of Ho Chi Minh city where it was both walking and part in a private luxury van. She is so knowledgeable about the city and gave us a lot of information...More

Thank Bcochi
Reviewed 12 December 2017

On my first visit to SE-Asia I had a rough idea of what I wanted to experience but I had no real plans, just a one-way ticket to Ho Chi Minh and take it from there. Vi & co came highly recommended to me from...More

Thank Arnar K
Reviewed 27 November 2017

Vi's Stranger the Better Tour was unusual for sure and we really enjoyed it. It's a great way to see life in Ho Chi off the beaten path. Added plus, she's extremely nice and accommodating. Thank's Vi!

Thank Brandon G
baovi, Manager at Lose the Tie Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 4 December 2017

thank you very much for your review. Our goal is customize the tour to every individual client. Hope you come back Vietnam to do other strange tours.

Reviewed 21 November 2017

We wanted a custom HCMC Tour for the afternoon & evening that we arrived in Vietnam, & Vi delivered 110% for us. Met us w a smile which was ever present & off we went. She’s happy, gregarious, easy going, bilingual & completely knowledgeable about...More

Thank David B L
Reviewed 9 November 2017 via mobile

6 STARS...if that existed. Vi was amazing. Very well planned tours, but extremely flexible given our travel arrangements while in HCMC. The tour in the Mekong Delta was very interesting and informational. Sometimes it’s the little things that make a big difference...Great suggestions for restaurants...More

Thank Dave A
Reviewed 7 November 2017 via mobile

Vi is the most amazing host i had best day of my holiday on her tour she is so knowledgeable in her history of Vietnam she is so hospitable and friendly,excellent private tour

Thank Farther K
Reviewed 26 October 2017

I am tempted to list all the wonderful treats that Vi organised for this memorable day on the Mekong Delta but the beauty of not knowing what was coming up next really heightened the experience. So, suffice it to say that we were taken by...More

Thank Nanachubs
Reviewed 4 October 2017 via mobile

VI's city tour was amazing! She is extremely knowledgeable about the history and culture of her hometown BUT she also knows a lot about the rest of the world. This enables her to put things in context to help understand things better. She's modern, funny,...More

Thank thenewdorothy
Reviewed 21 September 2017 via mobile

What I expected and what I got was vastly different. Vi has a gift of becoming your friend from the second you meet her. Her knowledge and way of delivering makes you feel like you having an intellectual conversation and not some prescribed diatribe. Fkexible...More

Thank Mark J
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