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Saigon is a very interesting city. The people are generally friendly and there are loads to see and do. The food is great and there is also plenty of variety at affordable prices. It is very hot though so a hat will not go amiss....More
Interesting city, has it all, hot and crowded ... you can find anything here from local foods, markets, shooing centers, big office buildings, all types of restaurants.... and a city where if you want to cross the street you “mingle” with the traffic
In total we spent five weeks in HCMC, for us it was absolutely amazing, we loved the chaotic craziness of district one, however, we were staying at the Tresor tower/building in D4 for a little peace (as peaceful as HCMC can be) located just across...More
Saigon the old name as well as thanh pho ho chi minh its present name recall many histories in our mind. The nanes of the streets were already familiar before we ever set footbthere. Its beauty radiates in s e asia with its fast pulse...More
That afternoon we decided to rediscover our city. Starting from a visit at Dragon Wharf or Hochiminh Museum, then strolling back to district 1 through the Mong Bridge, of one my favourite bridge in Saigon. The walk was absolutely pleasant and entertaining. Watching people doing...More
This is a city that surprised me... It's so developed and clean.. Lots of high rise buildings and a beautiful charm of its own.. now known Ho chi minh city and to me it doesn't show much of any damage. When people including myself think...More
A city I have fallen in love with. This place has so many nooks and crannies to explore there is no way you can see them all. This place has something for everyone and just about everything you can imagine-if you can find it.
Saigon has transformed into a bustling city and is now known as Ho Chi Minh city. It has progressed rapidly after the war and is now a popular tourist destination. It has lots of tourist attractions and is a combination of the old and the...More
Along the mouth of Ben Nghe Canal, we discovered a very nice old pedestrian bridge called Mong Bridge. The French made bridge connects Districts 1 and 4.
Saigon is a very nice city to explore and we felt very safe; except for having to share...More