Saigon Riverside Retreat is a stunning Vietnamese wooden house tucked nicely in a quieter and more peaceful corner of Saigon. A perfect getaway for families, couples and businessmen and traveler. Saigon Riverside Retreat has 7 …
Squeeze into the maze of tunnels
Saigon’s culture and landmarks will get your heart throbbing faster than you imagined possible.
Saigon became Ho Chi Minh City in 1975. It is the largest city in Vietnam. It serves as the country’s main industrial, commercial, and transport center. It has a population of roughly 8.4 million people. The city has a rich history. You can learn a lot about the Vietnamese by touring Saigon (Ho Chi Minh).
Here are some of the city’s top tourist attractions.
The bustling markets of Ho Chi Minh make the city a good place to visit while in Vietnam. One of the most popular markets with tourists is the Ben Thanh Market with its more than 3,000 stalls. Ben Thanh Market is also one of the oldest buildings in the city so a visit here would offer you a glimpse into what Ho Chi Minh has carried along from the past.
Visit the markets for a chance of seeing extraordinarily beautiful handicrafts made locally. The markets also offer you a glimpse into the world-renowned Vietnamese culture.
If you have no idea what Mekong Delta is, then you should put it on top of your itinerary while in this beautiful Vietnamese city. If the busy streets within the city don’t rock your boat, then you may need to visit the luscious countryside just outside Ho Chi Minh. The swampland, rice paddle and green foliage all collaborate to make the city’s outskirts worth the tour.
Ho Chi Minh is renowned for its delicacies. The locals are not afraid to be as inventive as it takes with their food either. Traditional food is in plenty everywhere you look. Likewise, new and innovative food is also in plenty around the city. What is more, you can find all these different foods anywhere in Saigon’s streets.
Ho Chi Minh has several buildings and locations that offer greatest insight into the history of Vietnam. For example, you will find the War Remnants Museum right inside this city. The Cu Chi Channels, which are located here, also form a significant part of the Vietnamese history. If you are a history buff, Saigon is the city for you.
It’s also the city for anyone who needs beginner classes on the country’s rich past.
Saigon is not just a city full of relics or historical buildings and locations. It has some of the most beautiful and spellbinding buildings you will ever find anywhere in the country or outside. Two of the buildings worth taking time to visit include Saigon Central Post Office and the Notre-Dame Cathedral.
The city is replete with jaw-dropping French colonial landmarks too.
Hanoi isn’t the city to visit for its nightlife mainly because of some strict curfews that are in place. On the other hand, Ho Chi Minh has no curfews to worry you. A fresh lease of life envelops the city in the evenings and throughout the night. Its bridges, lakes, bars and cafes all have everything you need to enjoy the nightlife to your fill.
Therefore, travel to Ho Chi Minh for a taste of Vietnamese greatness. The beautiful natural scenery will get your excitement levels shooting upwards quickly and Its culture and landmarks will get your heart throbbing faster than you imagined possible. The food, the streets, language, and the people all contrive to make the city irresistible.Share this tour
Chung cư, Lầu 10-01 Lô C, Phạm Viết Chánh, Bình Thạnh, Hồ Chí Minh, Việt Nam
Mon - Sat 8.00 - 17.00 Sunday CLOSED