If you come to Ho Chi Minh City, you will probably go sightseeing during the day and get tired at night and return to the hotel early.
However, the charm of Ho Chi Minh is plenty at night. Ho Chi Minh is the largest city in Vietnam.
Ho Chi Minh's nighttime charm is that the place where it was calming down during the day can be seen in the night, and it shows another face.
“Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral” and “Central Post Office” are lighted up at night, making them a relaxing place for local couples.
Saigon Opera House and Hotel Continental Saigon.
European atmosphere matches the night city.
Nguyen Hue Street is a pedestrianized street on weekend nights and is a specialty of Ho Chi Minh City that is featured in the guidebook.
Not only locals but also many foreigners come and go.
Street performers, street musicians, dancers perform, and the fountain in the center is lit up colorfully.
The hotels, restaurants and shopping centers in the surrounding area will also light up the lights, so you can see the face of Ho Chi Minh in the big city.
By the way, the end point along the Saigon River is a couple's area. You can feel the foreign country by looking at their back looking at Saigon River at night.
French building “Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee Building”. The night is lit up and it is very mysterious.
Occasionally, projection mapping is sometimes performed here.
Bui Vien Street has many cheap hotels for backpackers.
The streets look like Vietnam, but the customers are many Westerners. It's interesting because the culture is mixed.
Shops that used to be cafes or closed during the daytime also changed at night.
There will be night bars, billiards bars, sports bars, massages, and travelers will have a great time.
However, there are also suspicious shops, so there are some troubles.
For both men and women, please do not cut loose too much at your own risk.