Can Gio mangrove forest, which was recognised by UNESCO as a world biosphere reserve in 2000, is a complex of terrestrial and aquatic flora and fauna, formed downstream of the Dong Nai-Saigon river system in the southeast gateway of Ho Chi Minh City, with a total area of 7,740 ha. The special geographical position, along…
Amidst the bustling city streets in Ho Chi Minh City, filled with shabbily dressed street peddlers, alongside the ancient architecture and markets with names like Ben Thanh and Binh Tay, there are always great numbers of tourists. Shopping markets Ben Thanh market Ben Thanh market, built by the French in 1870, located in District 1…
Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) today is a dynamic new centre with many high rise modern buildings. Beside the hustle and bustle, old heritage buildings still nestled somewhere in the heart of the busy city. The chapel (now called Tan Xa) locating at 180 Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, in the campus of the bishop’s palace…
Saigonese often go to cafés, theaters, cinemas or tourist destinations when they have free time on weekends or holidays while many visitors to HCMC opt for visits to museums to get an insight into culture and history of the country and to entertain themselves with contemporary arts on display at some of the museums and…
Lying charmingly in the heart of the city's District 1 area, at the start of the famous Le Loi Avenue, the building still retails many lively evidences for the influence of French architecture in Vietnam. Tourists in Vietnam travel certainly can't take their eyes off the elegant architecture of the Saigon Opera House (or Ho Chi Minh…
Dam Sen Water Park's infrastructure is divided into 30 parts and features several activities, restaurants, and shows, including a smaller reproduction of the Giac Vien Pagoda, the Thuy Ta floating restaurant, a lake similar to West Lake in Hanoi where one can fish, a puppet show, a bird garden, a water park, a sports center, and the…
Duc Ba  (Our Lady’s) Cathedral is located on Han Thuyen Street, facing down Dong Khoi Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City. It was inaugurated in 1880, and became the spiritual and cultural crucible of the French presence in the Orient. After the first French colonizing force arrived in Vietnam in the mid - 19thcentury, it took only 21…
Established in 2000 under the management of Phu Tho Tourist Service Company, the Vam Sat Eco-Tourist Site was built in accordance with the natural environment to preserve and develop a rich flora and fauna. By road and waterways, visitors in Vietnam travel can discover the amazing nature of this place. Vam Sat Eco-Tourist Site Covering an area…
Shopping – a ubiquitous custom of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) Ever since the Vietnam’s policy shifted the nation into a market economy, buying and selling has been as ubiquitous as breathing. You are young and fond of modern stylish fashion, jewelries, etc.? Well, Diamond Plaza and Saigon Square Shopping Center should be your initial stop-over. If…
Ly Tu Trong Street - Ho Chi Minh City, Inside the famous Ho Chi Minh City (or Saigon) of Vietnam, there stands a more than 100 year-old building of the “Revolutionary Museum”, which was formerly the palace of the Cochin-china Governor, and then the office of the Imperial Delegate of the King's special envoy. Visiting the museum, tourists in Vietnam…
In Ho Chi Minh City, there is a small area that many Chinese people have lived for a long time. The area is called China Town which locates in District 5 . Here Chinese people live and support their lives by many of different activities such as opening food stall serving traditional food in Chinese taste,…
Xa Loi Pagoda is a large pagoda and also a relic at the city level of Ho Chi Minh City, lying at the corner of Ba Huyen Thanh Quan Street, District 3 with the huge precinct of 2,500 square kilometers.The pagoda was started to build on August 5th 1956, following the drawing of the architects Nguyen…
Located on the Sai Gon riverside, at Binh Thanh district of Ho Chi Minh City with airy premises, Binh Quoi village would be the solution for the problem. With 20-30 minute drive depending on traffic (approximately 8 km from the city center), visitors in Vietnam tourism will come to a completely relaxing place, where you are welcomed by friendly…
Giac Vien Pagoda is located on Lac Long Quan Street, District 11, Ho Chi Minh City. It has the ancient architecture of the pagodas built in the Nguyen Dynasty of the 19th century, and typical characteristics of the southern area in terms of the architecture, design and arrangement of the worshipping shrines. In 1798, a…
After being moved many times, Ben Thanh market is now standing in the center of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) where tourists in Vietnam travel can conveniently find varieties of goods. Especially, the goods here are displayed in a very attractive way that always catches the eyes of the consumers. Anyone who has ever visited…
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