Ho Chi Minh city is the bustling and noisy city, so there are so many kinds of transportation that you can choose to go around such as public bus, car, motorbike, bicycle, etc.
1. Public Bus
Public bus is one of the common transportations in Ho Chi MInh city. It is not only used to every student, but also chosen by many people. There are so many bus which go through every districts, especially the price is so cheap – it is just around 5.000 – 7.000 VND/person. In addition, if you are afraid of the traffic in this city, bus is probably a good choice to go around and see the local life.
Guideline: You just need to search which street you are going to go, the website will recommend you how you can go there by public bus.
Grab is not only the most common transportation app in some Southeast Asian countries, but also in Vietnam. In Ho Chi Minh city, this service helps many travelers a lot to easily go to many places. You can download grab app to use from the airport to your accommodation and keep going somewhere.
The price will be shown in this app, you just need to use cash and pay directly. If not, you can also create an account with some money, then doing payment online.
4-seat car and 7-seat car are both available, you can choose which one is more suitable for you.
In Ho Chi Minh city, motorbike is everywhere. Therefore, it would be much more interesting to rent a motorbike and experience as a local people. If not, you can also use Grab app to take a motorbike, the driver will pick you up and take you to everywhere. The price will be shown in this app, so you just need to pay by cash or do the payment by card.
Besides Grab app, you can choose Go-viet with cheaper price and good service. There will be also a driver with a motorbike which takes you around the city. Let’s experience this interesting thing.
Moreover, Grab or Go-viet can be also used for ordering foods and delivery.
Motorbike for rent:
Vuong Phat company – 23 Nguyen Thai Hoc street, Ward Cau Ong Lanh, District 1, Ho Chi Minh city.
In addition, you can try asking someone in your accommodation to rent a motorbike.