One of Vietnam’s most frequented cities, Ho Chi Minh has undergone massive development throughout the years, with well-preserved Buddhist temples and colonial architecture coexisting with modern skyscrapers, shopping malls and recreational centres. Been wandering around the city all day long and need a refreshing ending to your sweaty day?
Ho Chi Minh city or Saigon always impresses travelers with its bustling atmosphere, making it easy to get lost in the "Pearl of the Orient," as the French colonialists had said. However, Saigon doesn't only have modern beauty; it also has historical and natural significance. Therefore, we recommend you experience
Almost three decades ago, Vietnam would not have been high on people’s list of potential holiday destinations. Yet the country strived and prospered to a new international height resulting in Ho Chi Minh City becoming one of its booming centers of finance, commerce and, consequently, tourism. This pulsating metropolis
Notre-Dame Cathedral Saigon is one of the architectural remnants of the French colony in Ho Chi Minh city. The cathedral's architecture was based on Notre-Dame de Paris. It possesses numerous historical values and also cultural values. Beside the church, you can also visit Independence Palace and Sai Gon central post