Whether it is shopping at the city's many malls, fashion houses or street markets Ho Chi Minh City is a ‘shopaholic’s’ paradise.

Silk is fashioned into fabulous designs. Furniture lovers will marvel at exotic mystic handmade furniture. Ho Chi Minh City also plays host to the arts including paintings and lacquerware enabling you to bring a piece of Vietnam's magic home with you.

Discover the vibrancy of this dynamic city where a modern cosmopolitan skyline meets Vietnamese and French colonial architecture of a bygone era.

Travel in and around Saigon as well as venturing outside the city limits and immerse yourself in natural rich beauty of the countries landscape and warmth of the Vietnamese people, from a river cruise on the famous Mekong to a visit to the Cu Chi Tunnels or one of the countries many pagodas and temples, discovering Vietnam for the first time will have you coming back to this culturally diverse magnificent country again and again.


Saigon by night

 


  • Ben Thanh Market

    An array of products, the city’s best-known market offers an authentic look into real-life markets.

    • Bustling and social shopping
    • Authentic Vietnamese food
    • Local handicrafts and souvenirs
    • An array of fresh local produce
  • Cu Chi Tunnels

    Explore the underground tunnels dug in the 1940s and expanded by the Viet Cong in the American War.

    • Underground tunnels
    • American war history
    • Viet Cong history
    • Interactive experiences
  • Fine Arts Museum

    Enjoy works by artists from the 7th to the 20th century on inside an exquisite French colonial villa.

    • Fine Arts Museum
    • Saigon City Centre
    • Arts works from the 7th to 20th century
    • French and Chinese Architecture
  • The Flower Market

    Take a stroll along the flower-lined alleys, as floral arrangements are laid out to see and smell.

    • Fresh flowers
    • Awaken your senses
    • An array of colour
    • Open day and night
  • Jade Emperor Pagoda

    If you suffer from temple-itis, forget the others and visit this pagoda, built in 1909 by the Cantonese.

    • Pagoda Temple
    • Saigon City Centre
    • Taoist and Buddhist ornate artefacts
    • Gem among Chinese temples
  • City Hall, a French colonial masterpiece

    A magnificent French colonial building, now the office of the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee.

    • City centre landmark
    • French Colonial monument
    • Ho Chi Minh statue
  • Museum of Vietnamese History

    From the past to the present, a history of Vietnamese culture and ethnological significance.

    • Indochinese architecture
    • History of Vietnamese people  
    • Museum of Vietnamese History
    • Culture and ethnological significance