Visiting Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam? Here’s the Travel Guide

Visiting Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam? Here’s the Travel Guide, Saigon/HoChiMinh City, Vietnam (B)

A city of many names, many also call it Saigon, Prey Nokor or just HCMC, for short. This largest city of Vietnam was once colonized by France but has deep Khmer roots. Today Ho Chi Minh is home to more than 80 Universities and Colleges. And with over 7 million registered motorbikes, keep that head on a swivel! Remember: Yellow traffic lights just means drive faster! Let’s visit Ho Chi Minh City!

There’s really so much to do, this place could keep you busy for days. Here’s a list of our must-see’s when visiting Ho Chi Minh City.

You literally cannot miss this 68-story skyscraper complete with a helipad. Located in the heart of District 1 in the center of the city, head to the top for roughly $9, and enjoy 360-degree views of the city below or grab a drink at the bar. 

Quite possibly the world’s highest concentrations of motorbikes, HCMC has some seriously busy streets. Head over to the neighborhood KFC or Lotteria and grab a top floor table during rush hour, for crazy views of the organized chaos below.  ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Visiting Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam? Here’s the Travel Guide
Guide Location: Vietnam » Saigon/HoChiMinh City
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Josh And Krissy Sedivy
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Bitexco Tower and Sky Deck
  • Tan Dinh Church
  • Notre Dame Cathedral
  • Pho Hoa Pasteur
  • Tan Dinh Market
  • War Remnants Museum
  • Reunification Palace