Ho Chi Minh City

About Ho Chi Minh city


Ho Chi Minh, also known as Saigon, is one of the key economic and cultural centers of the country and also the leading tourist destinations in our country. With a long history of cultural and religious relics for hundreds of years, Saigon is still one of the youngest and most dynamic cities in the country. Traveling to Saigon, you will have the opportunity to discover famous destinations, unique cuisine and friendly, hospitable people.


What to do in Ho Chi Minh city?


Cu Chi tunnel

This is an underground defense system built by our army during the Indochina War where you will have chance to learn about Vietnam war and history. Cu Chi tunnel was also ranked as one of the 12 most attractive underground works in the world by CNN.

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Cu Chi Tunnels

Bui Vien Street

Known the "never sleep" street, Bui Vien easily attracts young people as well as domestic and foreign tourists. Sometimes just sitting sipping a beer watching the surrounding streets is enough for you to feel the life of the Saigonese.


Cruise on the Saigon River

If you love a romantic experience and authentic cuisine, how’s about having a dinner on the cruise? It would be an exciting and unforgettable moment that makes you always miss Saigon.


Notre Dame Cathedral

Being one of the symbols of Saigon City, the cathedral features European architecture combined with beautiful Roman and Gothic styles. Notre Dame Cathedral is an important cathedral of Saigon diocese and the pride of the city people.

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Notre Dam Cathedral

Wander around Ben Thanh market

This is a place experiencing many ups and downs of history, as well as a symbol of the city. The market is quite large and the interior is full of stalls with different items from fabrics, clothes, shoes, souvenirs to food stores.

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Ben Thanh market