Ben Thanh Market is an indispensable spot for sightseeing in Ho Chi Minh City.
There are a wide range of items from local people's daily necessities to souvenirs for tourists, and shops are lined up in a wide dome.
From 19:00, night markets will be held on both sides of the market, and the neighborhood will be lively with street vendors unique to Vietnam and walk-sellers aimed at tourists.
If you compare it to Tokyo, like Ginza, Dongkoi Street is popular for both young and old.
This street is lined with brand-name shops, fashionable general stores, cafes, and souvenir shops constantly facing street. If you're tired of walking in the crowd, take a break at the relaxing Dong Khoi street cafe.
Built in the French colonial period, this central post office has gained popularity for its very delicate and beautiful design, especially the arches inside the building!
It is the presidential palace and the reunification hall when South Vietnam was a puppet government.
Here, it is very interesting in the contrast between the ground floor where you can get a glimpse of a gorgeous and luxurious life and the secret basement that was used as a command room during the Vietnam War.
There is also an observatory on the top floor where you can enjoy beautiful views of Vietnam! There are lots of wild squirrels in the green garden!
Sui Tien Park is a theme park that can be enjoyed by families while being said to be a park.
Stories are built from Vietnamese legends and myths and reflected in various attractions.
Especially recommended for those who want to go to some interesting places such as strange rocks!
At this War Remnants Museum, you can learn about the tragedy of the “Vietnam War” you know while watching the actual war relics such as fighters and tanks.
There are depictions that focus on details, including torture and other scenes that require a significant mental burden, and you will surely be shocked.
Giac Lam Pagoda is the oldest Vietnamese Buddhist temple in Ho Chi Minh City.
This temple has a profound appearance even from the gate, and there is no problem with what you should see as a portrait, a kannon statue, and a real honor.
You can also see the situation at the time from the multicolored pagoda.
This is a water puppet show that I want to see once in Vietnam. The feature is not to play one long drama, but to play many short dramas of about 5 minutes.
Every story is rooted in people's lives, and you can feel how people lived in the past.
Dam Sen Water Park, located about 10km from the center of Ho Chi Minh City, is a popular spot for families with a combination of amusement park and zoo.
There is no end to events such as dances and circus, and there are roller coasters that you can enjoy all day.
As its name suggests, theAo Dai Museum is simultaneously exhibiting with the workshop of Ao Dai, a traditional Vietnamese costume.
In the exhibition hall created by Mr. Sea Hoan, a master of Ao Dai Design, you can see the history of Ao Dai from 400 years ago to the present and nearly 100 works actually made It has become.
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