Where should travelers go sightseeing in Ho Chi Minh City

  1. Nguyen Hue Street

This is the street in the central area of 1st District in Ho Chi Minh City. It is lined with hotels, shopping malls and old buildings with the classic European architecture. At Tet holiday, Nguyen Hue Street is extremely brilliant with a variety of spring flowers. The flower road is often displayed within 7-10 days, which attract a lot of tourists from all places in Vietnam.

Nguyen Hue Street

Nguyen Hue Walking Street is full of colorful flowers in Lunar New Year

Nguyen Hue Walking Street is constructed not only to create a new image for the city but also to convey a meaningful message of environment protection (by reducing the exhaust fume of vehicles). It really becomes the paradise of fascinating activities which can bring you wonderful experiences.

  1. China Town

Located in 5th District, the China Town is the busiest shopping center in Ho Chi Minh City. Coming here, visitors can’t resist a rich cuisine with both traditional Chinese foods and fusion.

China Town

The China Town – a must-see place in Ho Chi Minh City

The ancient beauty of a China Town combining with the bustle, to some extent, enriches the culture of Ho Chi Minh City as well as of country.

  1. Bach Dang Wharf

All of Saigon people are captivated by the sparkling beauty of Bach Dang Wharf beside the boisterous central area. This place is an ideal destination for young couples and families at night.

Bach Dang Wharf is gorgeous at night

Bach Dang Wharf

One side is poetic Saigon River and the other side is busy roads and modern buildings. Standing on the wharf, you can see a lot of ships crossing, many of which are impressive restaurants on the river. At night, this area becomes more vibrant with eateries, restaurants full of people. They come here to enjoy the open air and grace of Ho Chi Minh City.

  1. Thu Thiem Tunnel

Thu Thiem is known as the most modern River Tunnel in the Southeast Asia. This is a construction works requiring high technology, contributing to bring a new appearance of Ho Chi Minh City – the biggest urban city of Vietnam.

Thu Thiem Tunnel – the most modern river tunnel in the Southeast Asia

Thu Thiem Tunnel

The road leading to Thu Thiem Tunnel is also regarded as the most beautiful road in the city at night. That’s the reason why many photographers reach here to look for work inspiration every night.

  1. Bitexco Financial Tower

Located in 1st District, Bitexco Financial Tower is the heart of the city, symbolizing modernization, dynamism and integration of Ho Chi Minh City

With the shape of a lotus bud, unique helipads, many offices, shopping malls and entertainment areas, this building is an architectural highlight of this metropolis.

Thu Thiem Tunnel

Saigon Skydeck on the 49th floor of Bitexco Financial Tower

Especially, Saigon Skydeck on the 49th floor is the place to have the best view of the whole city. From here, you can observe all structures like Ben Thanh Market, City People’s Committee, Thu Thiem Tunnel…

  1. Phu My Bridge

With the length of 2km, Phu My Bridge is the largest cable-stayed bridge of Ho Chi Minh City, connecting 2nd and 7th District. Saigon youngsters say that the city is gorgeous when viewed from Phu My Bridge. The neighborhood is still pristine, so visitors will think of a countryside river with green oases, colorful fruit boats and luxuriant coconut palm trees…

Phu My Bridge

The light system makes Phu My Bridge impressive at night

At night, the whole bridge boasts its sparkling beauty thanks to the impressive light system.

  1. Saigon Western Street

Saigon Western Street is the familiar name of some streets: Pham Ngu Lao, Bui Vien, De Tham,… These areas supply Western visitors with services like hotels or restaurants with medium or low prices.

Saigon Western Street is always crowded and busy

Saigon Western Street

The Travel Guide Lonely Planet has added this area to the list of must-see destinations in Ho Chi Minh City.

After reading this article, are you ready to explore “Pearl of the Far East”?

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