Visit Giac Vien Pagoda – the oldest temple in Ho Chi Minh city
Bien Mai Scallop includes two flesh layers connected with its two pieces of shell.
Therefore, Star beach is a favourite destination of couple for honeymoon or families who like private and peaceful atmosphere to relax.
An Quang pagoda is the famous pagoda in Vietnam which is also a Buddhist school under Southern Vietnam Buddhist Sangha. b
War Remnants Museum studies and saves the remnants of war’s crime then appeal people to against aggressive wars.
It was built in about 1976 by a group of Chinese. The pagoda is located on the central of Big Market.
Except some well-known destinations in Vietnam such as Hanoi Capital, Ninh Binh, Hue Ancient Capital, Hoi An, Da Nang, Ho Chi Minh City is an indispensable destination in your tourism itinerary. The following are top 5 unforgettable destinations in Ho Chi Minh City that you should not ignore. 1. War Remnant Museum Located at No. […]
The Garden was completely built in March 1865 by Louis Adolphe Germain – the French doctor.
Saigon Squares are located on very great location that is convenient for customers to go shopping.
In the past, it was Nguyen Ngoc Loan Palace. In 1984, it was used to be the traditional house of Southern Women. It became Southern Women’s Museum from 1990
Bitexco Financial Tower at a height of 262 meters is the tallest building in Ho Chi Minh City up to date.
The coming into being of Ton Duc Thang Museum aims to meet the aspiration and demand of understanding, studying and learning Uncle Ton of the country’s people in general
Just like in Bangkok, there are many different methods of getting around Saigon, and you may have to take a couple of methods to get somewhere you want to go.
In every region in Vietnam, markets are considered as a necessary thing for people’s daily life. With Ho Chi Minh city, it has many markets but one of the famous markets is Big Market. Whoever staying in Ho Chi Minh city often pays a visit to this place, a super vast market town where attached […]
Located in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City, Ben Thanh market has long been viewed as a symbol of the country’s largest economic hub. The market, a destination