Things to do in Ho Chi Minh City

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  • 1

    Ben Thanh Market

    49 reviews

    Ben Thanh Market is one of the biggest markets in Saigon. Only Cholon can rival Ben Thanh in its size and scope. They sell everything here from clothes to luggage to other assorted knick knacks. However, be prepared to bargain hard. The sellers always see their fair share of foreigners here and will be relentless in negotiating prices, so be ...

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  • 2

    Cu Chi Tunnels

    26 reviews

    An experience everyone should take - learn of the generousness and compassion of the Vietnamese people

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  • 3

    War Remnants Museum

    22 reviews

    i was amazed at how much i learned from a few hours here about thevietnam war and its effect on the country..the photos are sumtimes disturbing but im formative..a must see.

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  • 4

    Notre Dame Cathedral

    20 reviews

    Another nice piece of architecture, right across from the central post office. It's worth a stop just for a quick shot, especially if you are wondering around the city anyway.

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  • 5

    Reunification Palace

    21 reviews

    bit different to when i was there during tour of duty 1969

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  • 6

    Saigon Central Post Office

    18 reviews

    This is beautiful French colonial architecture and it is great inside as well as out. When you are visiting Notre Dame Cathedral take a walk across the street to see the inside of this building. Souvenirs, stamps and just taking in the moment.

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  • 7

    Phu Quoc Island

    13 reviews

    Although the largest island in Vietnam, Phu Quoc remains a relatively untouched destination. The tropical interior is complimented by palm-lined, white-sand beaches and an unhurried island way of life. From Phu Quoc, a short flight takes you to Saigon for one night before flying home.

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  • 8

    Mekong Delta

    15 reviews

    The Mekong Delta, often referred to as Vietnam's rice basket, is the biggest rice-growing region in the country, the rich alluvial soils producing three harvests a year. Despite being a predominantly rural region, the Mekong Delta is one of the most densely populated areas in Vietnam and most of the land is under cultivation. Other delta products include coconut, sugar ...

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  • 10

    Cao Dai Temple

    14 reviews

    avery spiritual place where u can see how religiuos they are..and devoted.

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  • 11

    Bitexco Tower

    6 reviews

    Go an hour before sunset to see the 360 degree view of Saigon, then wait go to the cafe upstairs and watch the sunset. The perfect way to spend the evening.

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  • 12

    Chợ Bình Tây

    6 reviews

    Saigon, Cholon

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  • 13

    Cu Chi Tunnels

    4 reviews

    Absolutely amazing, as the Cu Chi Tunnels is a crazy network of tunnels that the Viet Cong used to fight the Americans in the Vietnam War. The tunnels are super narrow and stretch for miles. Amazing how anyone can fit down there and move, let alone live underground from weeks to months to years!!!

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  • 14

    Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica

    4 reviews

    Such a beautiful landmark, is the Notre Dame Cathedral. In fact, the cathedral is so iconic, we took photos here as part of our wedding engagement photos! I love how the European architecture stands in stark contrast to the city of Asian influences, like it's on an island of its own! A must-see for any tourist!

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  • 15

    Saigon Skydeck

    5 reviews

    It's a little pricey for Vietnamese standards ($10 - $15), but you get a nice aerial view of Saigon. I think it's also an excellent way to see how Vietnam has economically progressed over the past decade.

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  • 16

    Bar Apocalypse Now

    6 reviews

    So, in a guidebook I read, they called this place an "institution" in Saigon. My local friend told me to avoid it, but I went anyway. What a mistake! This place was filled with prostitutes and older, European men looking for prostitutes. I was not dressed like a prostitute at all (fanny pack, flip flops) but guys still came up ...

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  • 17

    Indochina Odyssey Tours

    3 reviews

    The tour guides in Indochina Odyssey Tours were as helpful as they could possibly be trying to always keep us enjoy our time in Myanmar. Jack in Yangon spoke the best English. The only time I could suggest is that they try to improve their English. But for a country that has only recently opened to American tourists I think ...

  • 18

    Con Dao Island

    3 reviews

    Nice scenery but things are expensive here

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  • 19

    Saigon Zoo and Botanical Gardensty

    4 reviews

    Established in 1864 by the Frenchmen Germain and Pierre (respectively a vet and a botanist), the gardens’ social function has remained unchanged in decades, and their tree-shaded paths still attract as many courting couples and promenaders as when Norman Lewis followed the “clusters of Vietnamese beauties on bicycles” and headed there one Sunday morning in 1950 to find the gardens ...

  • 20

    Ibox Karaoke

    3 reviews

    Great, high tech rooms with a huge, modern English song list. Usually English songs in Vietnamese karaoke bars are limited to old Wham and Whitney Houston.

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