With a hundred-year history, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) is the business and financial centre of Vietnam now. Many rooftop bars are built and fantastic restaurants offer a combination of French, Chinese and local Vietnamese cuisine. Ben Thanh market, Notre Dame Cathedral, Opera House or Reunification Palace are the most attractive places.
From amusement parks with dodgem cars to cafés that have never quite left the past behind, here are the best things to enjoy while exploring Ho Chi Minh City’s District 10.
Ho Chi Minh City has an abundant and growing number of Chinese restaurants. These restaurants mentioned below are your best bets for eating Chinese in Saigon.
Ho Chi Minh City is the biggest tourist center in Vietnam, welcomes 7 million international tourists in 2018, so there are plenty of kinds of accommodation for you, from a splendid five-star hotel on the banks of the Saigon River to a comfortable bed at a boutique ...
Anchored by the historic Cho Lon neighborhood, Ho Chi Minh City has an abundant and growing number of Chinese restaurants.
When you live in Saigon, especially in District 2, you might need to find the best place to work. You need a place to fully focus on your work and also to meet your partners. So here are 6 coffee shops to know.
A youthful, flourishing city, Ho Chi Minh has some of the best nightlife in Southeast Asia, including an exceptional music scene. Each year the crowds grow thicker with travelers, expats, and entrepreneurs adding to the chaos and excitement of this surprisingly ...
More and more glorious skyscrapers nowadays make Sai Gon become modern like other cities in Asia. However, beautiful things of Sai Gon in visitor's eyes are old architectures which were built over 100 years and marked a fascinating history of Vietnam.
Shopping in fancy malls and departmental stores is now a banality. Whereas, shopping under a sky full of stars is something you would not want to miss on your trip to Ho Chi Minh City.
District 1 is the financial and commercial hub of Ho Chi Minh City. Most travelers will spend the majority of their time here. Home to most of the major sights and an expanding number of bars and restaurants, District 1 was designed by French architects during the ...