A Guide to Travel Ho Chi Minh City

A Guide to Travel Ho Chi Minh City, Saigon/HoChiMinh City, Vietnam (B)

Have you traveled to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam? If yes, I hope you enjoy your trip to the city. Otherwise, I suggest you spend a visit there. It’s not just the most developed city of Vietnam, but its lively life will attract anyone who loves something vibrant. So, in case you plan to come back or travel to Ho Chi Minh City, aka Saigon, here is some general info that I believe will make your journey more enjoyable.

You may see many people call Ho Chi Minh City (or HCMC) is Saigon, an old name used for the land in the period 1955-1975. Actually, Saigon was the capital of South Vietnam, which belonged to the Republic of Vietnam. After the Vietnam War, when the Communist Party of Vietnam controls the whole land, it’s no longer the capital city of the country. Nevertheless, it becomes the very financial and economic center of the country. Moreover, it’s the hub of many start-ups, national and international companies in Vietnam. Nowadays, many people are still familiar with the old name and call it Saigon, but it’s mainly referred to as the central district or area of Ho Chi Minh City. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: A Guide to Travel Ho Chi Minh City
Guide Location: Vietnam » Saigon/HoChiMinh City
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Khoi Nguyen
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Takashimaya
  • Diamond Plaza
  • Ben Thanh Market
  • Independence Place
  • Notre Dame Cathedral of Saigon
  • Thao Dien street
  • Saigon Central Post Office
  • Vincom malls
  • Aeon malls
  • Ban Co market
  • Cho Lon market
  • Saigon Square
  • Jade Emperor Pagoda
  • Vinh Nghiem Pagoda
  • Thien Hau Pagoda
  • Vietnam National Pagoda
  • Giac Lam Pagoda
  • Tao Dan Park
  • September 23rd Park
  • Nguyen Hue Walking Street
  • Bui Vien Walking Street
  • NASA Saigon
  • The Commas
  • Chill Skybar
  • Bam Bam Lounge
  • Rạn Biển
  • Lẩu Dê 404
  • 5Ku
  • Warning Zone
  • BiaCraft
  • Trung Nguyên
  • The Coffee House
  • Là Việt Cafe
  • Shin Coffee
  • Highlands Coffee
  • The Workshop
  • Cộng Cà Phê
  • A’Dor
  • Infinity Coffee
  • Oromia Coffee
  • Katinat Saigon Kafe
  • Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers
  • Caravelle Saigon
  • Park Hyatt Saigon
  • Hotel Des Arts Saigon – MGallery
  • Hotel Continental Saigon
  • New World Saigon Hotel
  • Hotel Majestic Saigon
  • The Myst Dong Khoi
  • A&EM Art Hotel
  • Fusion Suites Saigon
  • Silverland Jolie Hotel
  • Huong Sen Hotel