Sa Huynh Culture Museum, Hoi An

Sa Huynh Culture is one of three ancient cradles of civilization in Vietnamese territory, along with Dong Son Culture and Oc Eo Culture. Sa Huynh Culture is defined at around 1000 BC until the end of the 2nd century. Sa Huynh cultural inhabitants settled mainly along the lowlands of the rivers along the central coast […]

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Ho Chi Minh Backpacker Area Guide

Ho Chi Minh Backpacker Area Guide I. Where is Ho Chi Minh Backpacker Area located? II. History of Ho Chi Minh Backpacker Area III. How to reach Ho Chi Minh Backpacker Area from Tan Son Nhat airport? IV. Where to stay in Ho Chi Minh Backpacker Area? V. What and where to eat and drink […]

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Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee

Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee is one of the most beautiful architectures and appealing tourist attractions in Saigon. It is constructed as a hotel named Hôtel de Ville de Saïgon by Femand Gardes architect from 1898 to 1909. From 1954 to 1975, it was named as Toa Do Chinh Saigon. It is known as […]

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Ho Chi Minh City Bus Guide

There are various ways to get around Ho Chi Minh City: private car, taxi, motorbike taxi, cyclo, bus, bicycle, and walking. Bus is one of the most favorite means of transportation of not only locals but also domestic and foreign tourists thanks to the low prices, safety, and comfort. Although bus is not the most […]

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How to reach the center of Ho Chi Minh City from Tan Son Nhat Airport

Most of the tourists traveling to Ho Chi Minh City by air must find a way to reach District 1 where they can start their visit or do any tours around the city and from the city. Tan Son Nhat Airport (SGN) is nearly 8 km northwest of District 1 which is considered as the […]

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Ho Chi Minh City’s Districts Guide

Ho Chi Minh City (also known as its former name of Saigon) is located in the south of Vietnam, on the southeastern edge of the Indochina peninsula along the South China Sea. The city is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Vietnam thanks to its classic French architecture, ornate temples and pagodas, unique […]

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