Saigon City Guide

“5 star luxury” bus in Sai Gon

Bus in Saigon

 1. When does it start?
It came into operation on 16th March and has been the most modern and convenient bus so far. According to those who already used this bus, it is wide, clean, air-conditioned and accompanied by spacious area for your luggage.

2. How much does it cost?
The ticket price ranges from 12.000 vnd for the route under 5km to 20.000 vnd for the one over 5km.

3. How do I find it at the Tan Son Nhat airport?
This is the most common question we receive from customers. You can buy ticket from the bus station outside both Domestic and International terminal. There is a bus for every 15-20 minutes on average and they operate from 5:30 am to 1:30 am the next day. It’s also very easy to recognize the buses since they have the color of tiger-bright yellow

Bus from the Tan Son Nhat airport

4. How long is the bus ride?
The whole route takes about 45 minutes. It is a good way for sightseeing because on the way you can see many famous landmarks and also feel the crowded streets in Sai Gon, which we call the art of chaos!

5. Where is my ride?
For a quick answer, please download our map below for the 109 bus route.

Where to go in Saigon

When you get off at the final stop – 23/9 park (1), you’re in downtown Sai Gon and absolutely ready to discover the city.
A few minutes walking from 23/9 park will lead you to an area that is called “Backpacker area” (including Pham Ngu Lao, De Tham and Bui Vien streets) (2), which has a lot of tourists and always be busy with hostels, restaurants, bars and travel agents. Close to “Backpacker area” is Ben Thanh market (3), the oldest market and also the symbol of Sai Gon. You may find it easily in the guide book since it’s a hightlight and quite popular among travellers to Viet Nam. Entering the market and you will be amazed by so many things to see and try, from delicious local food and drink to souvenirs (clothes, fabric, traditional crafts,…) and daily stuff. If you’re still not tired after visiting these places, you can walk further and drop by Bui Thi Xuan street to enjoy some of the most special food there such as the famous and delicious “Banh mi” (4) in Sai Gon (at 122E Bui Thi Xuan street, district 1) or a variety of savoury sticky rice at Xoi che Bui Thi Xuan (No 111 Bui Thi Xuan, District 1) (5)

By Tiger team