Ho Chi Minh City Museum is formerly known as the Revolutionary Museum, located right in the center of Ho Chi Minh City. This central building attracts more newlyweds posing for photos on the front steps than anything.
Considered the economic and cutural center of Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City attracts a large number of visitors annually. Coming to Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), the visitors not only have the chance to enjoy the active pace of life here, but also have the chance to explore the peaceful spaces in this city.
Next to Saigon Notre-Dame Cathedral sits the Saigon Central Post Office. Like the cathedral, located right in the heart of the city, the Central Post Office has long become a prominent feature of the Ho Chi Minh City (old Saigon), always included in a city tour around Ho Chi Minh City.
Ben Thanh Market is an indispensable part in a Saigon City tour. The clock tower over the main entrance to what was formerly known as Les Halles Centrale is the symbol of Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City nowadays), ...
Designed as the home of former President Ngo Dinh Diem, the U.S.-backed leader of Vietnam until his assassination in 1962, Reunification Palace is most notable for its symbolic role in the fall of Saigon in April 1975,...
Cu Chi Tunnel is located only 70 km from Ho Chi Minh City Center in the Northwest. It is miniature battle versatile of Cu Chi’s military and people during the 30-year struggle longtime and fierce to fight invading enemy to gain independence, freedom for their motherland.
Originally established as a Khmer trading post, more than 300 years ago, Ho Chi Minh City was destined for greater things. By the 18th century, the city, then named Saigon, had become the provincial capital of the Nguyen Dynasty.