Ho Chi Minh City

2471 Views / 23/07/2021 / vietnamtour
Ham Nghi Boulevard view from the pedestrian bridge from Saigon River_Ho Chi Minh pictures_source: buffalotrip.com From his unusual vantage point, American photographer John Beck captured several spectacular images of Saigon...
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Built in 1760, Ba Thien Hau (Lady Thien Hau Pagoda, Quan Am Pagoda) is regarded as one of the oldest, largest, and most beautiful Chinese pagodas in Saigon (Ho Chi...
2084 Views / 02/05/2021 / vietnamtour
Chua Chan Mountain Hiking Overview Because of its mixture of a paved staircase and a dirt route, the Chua Chan Mountain hiking trail is a decent beginner trail. The dirt...
2046 Views / 21/04/2021 / vietnamtour
Da Lat has long been known for quick weekend getaways to avoid the summer heat of Ho Chi Minh City and bring lots of romantic Instagram-worthy photos. Da Lat is...
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When you walk into Ho Chi Minh City's Chinatown, you'll feel like you're in a miniature Hong Kong, with people speaking Cantonese and shops selling Chinese cuisine. Prepare to enjoy...
3400 Views / 19/04/2021 / vietnamtour
Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) is regarded as a must-see city in Southeast Asia due to its rich heritage, cuisine, affordability, and metropolitan liveliness. All would find something of their...
2196 Views / 09/04/2021 / Minh Minh
Ben Thanh Market (Vietnamese: Chợ Bến Thành) is located in the center of Ho Chi Minh City,  in District 1. The market is one of the earliest surviving structures in Saigon and an important symbol of...
3177 Views / 08/04/2021 / vietnamtour
When you travel to a new venue, often all you want to do is visit specific sights, go to suggested exciting locations, and participate in inspirational events. Ho Chi Minh...
3343 Views / 02/04/2021 / vietnamtour
I. What is Bui Vien street? Bui Vien Walking Path, a nightlife tourist attraction in Saigon, is a perfect spot for Western tourists and young Saigonese to eat and hang...
3410 Views / 01/03/2021 / vietnamtour
Street markets are irreplaceable in Vietnam’s cultures, as they have been a means to make ends meet for the local people for so long. As time progresses, the markets have become...