Private limousine service in HO CHI MINH
Book our Limousine-Service in Ho Chi Minh
Vietnam is a thickly populated nation that has been progressing since 1986 from the rigidities of a midway arranged, exceptionally agrarian economy to a progressively mechanical and high-class economy, and it has raised its finance exceptionally.
Ho Chi Minh City is a known traveller destination because of its intriguing society, great French design, and smooth high rises just as elaborate sanctuaries and pagodas. The city is likewise loaded up with housetop bars that ignore Saigon and past, while incredible eateries offer a mix of French, Chinese, and, apparently, neighbourhood Vietnamese cooking.
Tan Son Nhat International Airport (IATA: SGN) is Vietnam’s biggest international airport and serves Ho Chi Minh City. The airplane terminal is situated around four miles from downtown Ho Chi Minh City. Tan Son Nhat International Airport (IATA: SGN) currently represents almost 66% of the worldwide landings and flights of most of Vietnam’s airways.
Planning to one of the most exciting cities of Vietnam? Have you packed yourself to enjoy the city, that is the mixture of Chinese and French? Ho Chi Minh City is the city of class and style!!
Why not start the journey in Ho Chi Minh City in sheer elegance? If yes, Qlimo is here for you!! Qlimo is one of the known organisations providing, which offers airport limousine and a professional driver at the Tan Son Nhat International Airport (IATA: SGN). With Qlimo you can enjoy the elegance a limo at an amazingly settled cost.
The Qlimo administration is perfect for those in the Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam on vacation, who will surely establish an incredible first connection while landing in a professional chauffeur driven vehicle. We know as a traveller you need to see your budget, and we are the only limousine service in your budget.
QLimo Global Office
Phone: +49 30 403 6490 00
Opening Hours: 00:00 – 23:59
Management: Dominik Grafmüller, Franz Kraus, Robert Dix
Head of Reservations:
Sebastian Gottschalk, Melanie Naujoks