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Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) being the tourism centre and the business centre of Vietnam is 1,690km south of Ha Noi (the capital of Vietnam). About 60km from the coast. Hundreds of rivers and canals cross HCMC. The Saigon River is the biggest. The river network from HCMC to the surrounding provinces and Cambodia is also an means of transportation and by road, railway or sea from HCMC to all other provinces. National Highway 1A and Thong Nhat Railway connect HCMC and Ha Noi. National Highway 13 connects Vietnam with the rest of Indochina. Tan Son Nhat International Airport, only 7km from the centre of the city, is the biggest airport in Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh City also constitutes the cultural centre of the South and the Mekong Delta. It is the city where the quoc ngu (national writing) was first generalized, and where the first books written in quoc ngu were published. With the appearance and development of books, essays, schools, artistic and intellectual circles, HCMC has had a long history of cultural influence.



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Climate 

There are two distinct seasons. The rainy season lasts from May to November and brings an average rainfall of 1,979 mm (77.9 inches). The dry season lasts from December to April the next year. The annual average temperature is 27.5°C (81,59°F) and there is almost no winter. So, the climate is particularly favourable for tourism all year round.

Administrative Districts

Ho Chi Minh City is divided in 19 urban districts and five rural districts. Urban districts are numbered from 1st to 12th, and also include Tan Binh, Binh Thanh, Phu Nhuan, Thu Due, Go Vap, Binh Tan, and Tan Phu. As for rural districts: Nha Be, Can Gio, Hoc Mon, Cu Chi, Binh Chanh.

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History

While Ha Noi has 1,000 years of history, Ho Chi Minh City is a relatively new settlement. The name of "Saigon" was registered for the first time in documents dating back to 1698. Due to its favourable geographical location, topography, and climate, this area rapidly became a converging point for traders from all over the world.  Saigon Port was built in 1862 and foreign traders quickly became familiar with the Ong m Lanh Market, Ray Market, Ben Thanh Market and Saigon Market. For many years, Saigon was praised as the "Pearl of the Far East". Ho Chi Minh City is where the heroic resist ance against aggressors and the struggling process for independence of the Vietnamaso Nation began. It was also where the Ho Chi Minh Campaign triumphantly finished on 30 April 1975. At the first session of the 6th. National Assembly of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, in July 1976, the name of the city was officially changed to Ho Chi Minh City.



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Tourist Attractions

Despite its quite recent past, with more than 300 years history, HCMC nevertheless possesses numerous interesting buildings, displaying a characteristic combination of Vietnamese, Chinese and European cultures. These include Nha Rong (Dragon House Wharf), Quoc To Temple (National Ancestors' Temple), Xa Tay (Municipal Office), Ho Chi Minh Municipal Theatre as well as many pagodas and churches. Ho Chi Minh City draws approximately 70% of visitors to the country. The city's resources and accommodations are attractive to many travellers. Numerous steps have been and will be taken to stabilize the tourism potential of the city. For instance, historical relics and architectural works have been restored, traditional values have been recovered in festivals, and many museums are expected to be upgraded.
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Thong Nhat Palace

Thong Nhat (or Reunification) Palace is situated at 106 Nguyen Du Street, District 1. Originally called Norodom Palace and Palace of Indochina Governor General, it was built in 1868 and inaugurated in 1873. After 1954, Ngo Dinh Diem, South Vietnam's President, and his family lived and worked in Norodom Palace. In 1963, this palace was heavily destroyed by bombs. President Diem commanded the remains to be destroyed and to build a new palace to be called Doc Lap Palace or Independence Palace. The new palace was built on a 120,000m2 area and covered 4,500m2. it included a basement, 3 main floors, 2 mezzanines, one terrace, and one upper floor. There are a total of 95 rooms in the Palace, each decorated according to its function. The Palace also features two exhibition rooms, a 33-room guest house, and numerous entertainment services such as tennis courts and stilt houses. On April 30, 1975, the tanks of the liberation army entered the Independence Palace, and the government, including 45 members and President Duong Van Minh, surrendered without condition. After the liberation, the Independence Palace became the headquarters of the city's military administration committee. The political consultation for national unification was held in this palace which was renamed Thong Nhat Palace or Reunification Palace . Nowadays, Thong Nhat Palace has become a historic, cultural relic attracting domestic as well as international visitors. The Thong Nhat Palace is open from 7.30am to 11am and 1pm to 4pm daily.

Municipal Theatre

Municipal Theatre located at N°7 Cong Truong Lam Son Street, District 1. It was originally an opera house for the Western audiences. Its construction was begun in 1898 and completed on 17 January 1900 according to the design by architect Ferrt. It holds 800 seats. The cost for the building at that time was nearly 1 million dong (old currency). In 1944 the House was badly damaged by air raids. Then, it became a temporary residence of the French and of Northerners migrating to Saigon after the signing of the Geneva Agreements in 1954. It was restored in 1665 and made the seat of Saigon Lower Houso of Parliament in 1956. After the liberation of Saigon, it was put under the management of the Artistic Performance Organization Company (Saigon Concert) and became the City's Opera House ever since. A variety of shows and performances are held in the theatre: dancing and singing, spoken drama, circus, and fashion shows. It frequently hosts domestic and overseas professional art troupes. This is also where conferences, seminars and big festivals of the city are held. Investments have been poured into the restoration of the theatre to its original conditions with advanced technique to make it capable of hosting performance of greater national and international dimensions. The theatre features shows nightly from 8pm to 10pm.

Ben Thanh Market

Ben Thanh Market is situated at the intersection of Le Loi, Ham Nghi, Tran Hung Dao Avenues and Le Lai Road, 700m south-west of the Rex Hotel. At first, the market was situated near the Ben Nghe River Dike. It was a brick market with a wooden frame and thatched roof, which was partly damaged by a fire in 1870. In 1911 it was demolished for a more spacious one, which was completed in March 1914. After being moved many times, it is now standing in the very centre of the city where consumers can conveniently find all sorts of products imaginable. In 1985 the interior as well as the exterior of Ben Thanh Market was completely remodelled except the front with the clock tower, which was kept as it was. Nowadays, the goods in Ben Thanh market are abundant, including almost all-domestic products - especially those from the Mekong Delta - and modern industrial products from other countries.

Notre Dame Cathedral

Notre Dame Cathedral is a magnificent building situated at the Cong Xa Paris Square, Dong Khoi and Han Thuyen Streets in the heart of the city. Notre Dame Cathedral is one of the oldest and biggest Catholic churches in Vietnam. It was built between October 1877 and April 1880 in a French style. With the approval of the Vatican, the cathedral was named Notre Dame during ceremonies held in December 1959. Its neo-Romanesque architecture and two 57.6m-high square towers tipped with iron spires dominate the city's sky line, reminds of the cathedrals in Paris. In front of the cathedral is a statue of the Virgin Mary. Visitors can attend mass held three times on weekdays and six times on Sundays.

Dam Sen Park

Covering 52ha on the corner of Lac Long Quan and Hoa Binh St., Dam Sen Park is composed of various areas. There is an area for entertainment, including a central flower garden, water fountains, pine tree hills, a rose garden, a prehistoric valley, a fun house, a ball game centre, electronic games, and make-up rooms, There is also an area for camping and a lake offering many aquatic activities. A pavilion for dancing and water puppetry is located near the lake. Dam- Sen Park is a large-scaled water park within the city, which is convenient for city dwellers to come and enjoy themselves here-especially at weekends. A whole community.

including Co-op Mart, a modern bowling centre, luxurious Sports and Gymnasium Centre, etc. will satisfy all kinds of your needs for shopping, entertainment and give you a truly relax holiday when you are really happy with your families or friends.

Zoo and Botanical Gardens

The construction of the gardens began in March 1864 under the supervision of French tropical botanist J.B. Louis Pierre and was completed in 1865. Many valuable trees from different parts of the country, as well as from India, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and other countries, were planted here. A concrete bridge was built over Thi Nghe Canal in 1927, ^ linking the Zoo and Botanical Gardens. The Zoo and Botanical Gardens consists of separate sections where one can see rare animals and ornamental plants, such as a famous collection of orchids, and enjoy the recreational areas for children and adults. The Zoo keeps hundreds of species of mammals, reptiles and birds. The cages are fairly spacious, including outdoor enclosures for tigers, monkeys, lions, deer, apes, crocodiles, snakes and hippopotami. The Botanical Garden is located-at 2 Nguyen Binh Khiem, Ben Nghe Quarter, District 1. There are two gates to the Zoo. The main entrance gate is on Nguyen Binh Khiem Road at the corner of Le Duan Road. The other gate is on Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Road near the bridge over the Thi Nghe Channel.

Cho Lon

Whenever Cho Lon is referred to, everyone may immediately think of a Cho Lon - China Town inside Ho Chi Minh City. Cho Lon has become part and parcel of every itinerary to this city. Tran Hung Dao Boulevard, which connects Saigon and Cho Lon is considered the spine bone of Cho Lon. Cho Lon now covers a vast area from the residential quarters in Districts 5 and 10 to the vicinity of Districts 6 and 11. The Hoa people living there still preserve their age-old cultural, architectural, and religious values. The classical beauty of their architectural style finds expressions in rows of tile-roofed houses, which seem to be caught forever in a brownish gray colour. During daylight, Cho Lon is bustling with sellers and buyers doing their business. Binh Tay Market, one of the most important markets of Ho Chi Minh City, is located inside Cho Lon. It can be said that nothing is not sold there. There are some hotels and restaurants around here. When night falls, Cho Lon seems to rejuvenate. From a distance one can see neon signs of various sizes, shapes and colours. Tourists flock into this area not only for purchasing goods but also tasting the gastronomy of the Hoa. One can enjoy mouth-water-ing dishes as dumplings, boned duck's legs, Duong Chau fried rice, Tu Xuyen tofu and so on. Tourists also have a chance to explore the other side of Cho Lon. This is its residential area populated by the poor people, with their street stalls lighted under yellowish oil lamps, saddened by the cry of vendors at night. This poses a picture of great contrast. Such is a panoramic picture of Cho Lon. Come to explore.

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Pagoda And Temple

Vinh Nghiem Pagoda

Vinh Nghiem Pagoda is located on 339 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia Road, District 3, is the biggest pagoda in Ho Chi Minh City. It was built between 1964 and 1971. The pagoda is noteworthy for its ancient Asian architecture, a vast sanctuary and eight-storey tower. On the first and fifth of lunar months, believers go to the pagoda to pay their respects, make offerings and pray for blessings.At the base of the tower is a shop that sells Buddhist ritual objects. The pagoda opens daily.

Van Hanh Monastery

Van Hanh Monastery is situated near the road between Phu Nhuan and Go Vap Districts, it includes the imposing Tarn Quan (three-entrance gate), the main court hall, Vietnam Buddhism Higher College office, the Institute of Buddhism Research office and the Translation Council of Vietnam Prayer Books office.
Van Hanh Monastery regularly welcomes international Buddhist delegations and other foreign visitors. Devotees from all over the country come to this monastery to celebrate Buddha's birthday and to take part in preaching sessions. It is open daily.

Giac Lam Pagoda

Giac Lam Pagoda (also known as the Cam Son or Cam Dien Pagoda) is located at 118 Lac Long Quan Street in Tan Binh District. Built in 1744, it is one of the city's oldest pagodas and, unlike many other local religious structures, it has not been renovated since 1900; the architecture, layout, and ornamentation remain almost unaltered. The scenery around the pagoda is picturesque and many people come here to write or recite poetry. Standing in the front garden is a shining white statue of the Goddess of Mercy, perched upon a lotus blossom, a symbol of purity. Inside, on either side of the main altar, are statues of Ameda Buddha and Sakyamuni Buddha, along with more representations of the Goddess of Mercy. The Pagoda also houses 113 statues made of brass and precious timber. It is open from 6am to 9pm.

Giac Vien Pagoda

The Giac Vien Pagoda is located in Lac Long Quan St., District 11. Built in 1798, it is architecturally similar to the Giac Lam Pagoda. The most noteworthy elements of the pagoda are the finely carved wooden boards, typical of the ancient architecture of the South. The repairs carried out in 1958 and 1961-1962 were inspired by Western architecture.

Xa Loi Pagoda

Xa Loi Pagoda is situated at 89 Ba Huyen Thanh Quan Street, District 3. Its construction was initiated in August 1956, according to the design of architects Tran Van Duong and Do Ba Vinh. The opening ceremony was held in May 1958. The South Vietnam Association of Buddhist Study built the pagoda to worship the remains of Buddha. The altar on the first floor, dedicated to Sakyamauni Buddha, is soberly decorated. The Sakyamuni Buddha statue is an excellent work of art made by Le Van Mau in 1954. The pagoda is open daily from 7am to 11am, and from 2pm to 5pm.

Phung Son Pagoda

Phung Son Pagoda is located at 1408, 3 Thang 2 Road, District 11. It was established in the early 19th century by Bonze Lieu Thong. Since then, it has undergone two major restorations. Many statues found in the pagoda were created by a group of craftsmen from Sa Dec. A number of valuable statues, such as Di Da Tam Ton, Ngu Hien Thuong Ky Thu, a stone statue of Buddha covered with gold leaves, and a ceramic statue of Tieu Dien are also found in the pagoda. The surrounding area is an archaeological site Tram which many artifacts were excavated, such as a baked earthen head statues and ceramic items belonging to the Oc-Eo culture. Prayers are held three times a day from 4am to 5am, 4pm to 5pm, and 6pm to 7pm.

Le Van Duyet Temple

Le Van Duyet was born in 1764, in the village of Long Hung, Tien Giang Province. He was a renowned military dignitary of the Nguyen Dynasty, and the last governor of the military province of Gia Dinh. Due to a long feud between Duyet and King Minh Mang in 1835, the King desecrated Duyet's tomb and forbad anyone to offer candles or to burn incense on his behalf. However, in 1841, King Thieu Tri re-examined the case and officially forgave Duyet, repairing his tomb, and once again conferring ancient honourable titles upon him. Since then, Le Van Duyet Temple has undergone constant repairs and is much visited. Le Van Duyet Temple is located on 126 Dinh Tien Hoang Street, Binh Thanh District.

Tran Hung Dao Temple

Tran Hung Dao Temple is situated at 36 Vo Thi Sau Street, District 1. It was first erected in 1932 as a Buddhist pagoda bearing the name of Van An. In 1958, it was entirely rebuilt, featuring the architecture seen today, forming a T-shape with two-piled up roofs and eight curved comers adorned with dragon and phoenix figures. It is styled after northern Vietnamese temples and communal houses. Inside, there are many horizontal and vertical lacquered boards, as well as carved and meticulously inlaid incense tables. On the wall, there are pictures of Tran Hung Dao as he chased away Kublai Khan's Mongol aggressors in the 13th century. The greatest ceremonies at the temple occur over the New Year and on the 20th day of the 8th |unar month to celebrate Tran Hung Dao. The temple is open daily from 6am to 11am and from 2pm to 6pm.

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Museums

Ho Chi Minh Museum - Dragon House Wharf

The Dragon House Wharf, formerly known as Nha Rong, was built in 1863 by the local materials and European materials. It consists of 2-storey building according to the European architectural style, but the roof made by Orient style, head horse-shaped, anchor, and two dragons-shaped symbols on the top of the building, then the name "Dragon House" was taken. The museum has a collection of 3,000 pictures and 700 artifacts relating to President Ho Chi Minh.
It is from this area that the young man Nguyen Tat Thanh (later became President Ho Chi Minh) set sail on a French ship named Admiral Latouche Treville in June 1911 to serve the country. In September 1979, the People's Committee of Ho Chi Minh City chose Nha Rong as Ho Chi Minh Memorial Site-Dragon House Wharf, then changed it into Ho Chi Minh Museum branch in Ho Chi Minh City. Over time, approximately ten million visitors, local as well as international, have seen Ho Chi Minh Museum-Dragon House Wharf. The museum is located at N°1, Nguyen Tat Thanh Road, District 4, just across the Ben Nghe Channel and the Saigon River. It is open daily except on Monday from 8am to 11.30am and 1.30pm to 5pm.

Revolutionary Museum

Located in a building more than 100 years old at 65 Ly Tu Trong Street (on the corner with Nam Ky Khoi Nghia), the Revolullotmry Museum used to be the Palace of Governor of Cochinchina and, then, the office of the imperial delegate of the King. Numerous pictures and exhibits are displayed, related to the struggle against French colonialists and American aggressors, as well as images related to the general uprising at Mau Than Spring (1968) and the historical Ho Chi Minh Campaign (1975) to liberate the country. The museum is open from 8am to 11.30am and 2pm to 4.30pm from Tuesday to Sunday.

Vietnam History Museum-Ho Chi Minh City

It is located in Thao Cam Vien Park, at 2 Nguyen Binh Khiem. The Vietnam History Museum in Ho Chi Minh City was built in 1929 and was called Musee Blanchard de la Bosse until 1956. During that period, the museum had different exhibits on ancient Asian art. In 1956, the museum was renamed Saigon National Museum, and finally in 1975, after some renovations, the museum was expanded. On August 1979, it became Vietnam History Museum in Ho Chi Minh City. Over ten thousand of objects and documents, 21 show rooms are presented in the museum. The museum is divided into two parts:
Part 1: Vietnam's history from ancient times (approximately 300,000 years ago) up to the 1930s, when Vietnam's Communist Party was founded. It is divided in 8 periods displaying in 6 showrooms with the subjects: Primitive Age; Hung Kings founding and safeguarding the country; Fight for Independence (1st -10th centuries); Ly Dynasty (11th .13th centuries); Tran Dynasty (13th. 14th centuries); Le Dynasty (15th -18th centuries); Tay Son Dynasty (18th - 19th centuries); Nguyen Dynasty (19th - middle 20th centuries)
Part 2: It consists of 6 specific showrooms displaying characteristics of the Southern area of Vietnam such as the Oc-Eo culture, the ancient culture of the Mekong Delta, the Champa arts, the Vietnamese ethnic minorities in Ben Nghe-Saigon, and ancient pottery of various Asian countries. Besides the exhibits system, the museum also has stores system to keep and preserve abundant of artifacts. It is open from 8am to 11.30 am and 1pm to 4pm from Tuesday to Sunday. 

War Remnants Museum

The War Remnants Museum is situated at 28 Vo Van Tan Street, District 3. It displays shocking evidences of atrocity committed by the foreign aggressors during Vietnam's two national liberation wars. There is an interesting collection of American weapons, and more impressive are a French guillotine sent to Vietnam in 1911, a model of the notorious tiger cages for keeping Vietnamese revolutionaries. The museum attracts a lot of foreign tourists. It is open daily from 8am to 11.45am and from 1.30pm to 4.45pm.

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Around Ho Chi Minh City

Cu Chi Tunnels

The Cu Chi Tunnels is one of the most famous historical vestiges of Vietnam's national liberation war. It is located in Phu My Hung Commune, Cu Chi District, approximately 70km from Ho Chi Minh City's centre. The network consists of over 200km of tunnels connected with one another like a cobweb. Inside the tunnels are kitchens, food and ammunition storage caches, medic care chambers, meeting chambers, commanding chambers, etc. From this underground village, the revolutionary forces staged the 1968 general offensive and the Ho Chi Minh campaign in April 1975 to liberate South Vietnam.Those who set foot in the tunnels cannot help but admiring the talent, determination and endurance of the communist guerrillas. They dug and removed tens of thousands of tons of earth and stone with rudimentary tools, and then camouflaged the openings so well that nobody could find them. Cu Chi Tunnels is open daily from 8am to 4pm.

Ben Duoc Temple

The Ben Duoc Temple is located on a 7ha area near the Cu Chi Tunnels, in Phu My Hung Commune, Cu Chi District. The construction of the temple started in May 1993 and was completed in December 1995. It features a three-entrance gate, a memorial house, a nine-story tower, a main temple and a flower garden.
The worshipping area in the main temple is solemnly decorated with a statue of President Ho Chi Minh and the wails are carved with a list of the names of 44,520 soldiers who died fighting for independence. Underneath the temple is a display of images and objects that reflect the struggle that took place in Cu Chi. Every year, on December 19, a memorial rite is held at the Ben Duoc Temple.

Eighteen hamlets of Trau (Betel) Garden

Trau (Betel) Garden is located in Hoc Mon District, 10km northwest of Ho Chi Minh City. The lifestyle of this country commune still retains its traditional rustic features. Horse-drawn carts make up the chief means of transport. The locals continue growing betel trees and building houses in traditional style. The most distinguished characters of the local people are their love for martial arts, self-sacrifice for just causes, righteousness, and mutual affection. This land wins kudos for the heroic struggles of its people against the French and American invaders. People here regard betel growing their hard currency earner. Tourists will find in the commune a carpet of everlasting green of betel leaves. The betel trees grow so thick that, when standing under their foliage, one can hardly get wet in the rain. Tourists can go by horse-drawn cart to go sightseeing the whole commune, and to talk with the local people who are open and hospitable. They will tell visitors about the heroism of their ancestors during the two resistance wars.

Suoi Tien Tourist Site

The Suoi Tien Tourist Site is located in Tan Phu Ward, District 9, 19km away from Ho Chi Minh City. A tourist site of the Southeast Asian rank, Suoi Tien still preserves a pure, green, and clean environment, which makes it "the lung" of Ho Chi Minh City. It is thus an ideal place for holidaymakers from far and near. The 25-ha Cultural Tourist Site of Suoi Tien includes a sightseeing area, a holiday resort, and a high-quality entertainment area. Inside Suoi Tien, one finds a giant dragon of 400m, and a statue of unicorn. Tourists may visit Flower and Butterfly Grottoes, the crocodile-breeding farm with over 2,000 crocodiles, the 8-ha orchards, or the nice, attractive Square of the Mysterious Palace of Twelve Animals. They can catch a mini-train to tour the site. There is still more. Among them are self-controlled Boeing planes, one 30-meter swing, air-bicycle excursions to the crocodile farm, or high-speed hydroplanes. Visitors to Suoi Tien also have chances to immerse themselves in the poetic landscapes and see the Sea World with hundreds of species of fish, which are breeding in the glass tanks.

Can Gio - Vam Sat Mangrove Forests

The Can Gio Mangrove Forest was recognized as a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 2000. It is the first biosphere reserve in Vietnam, and is the 368th member of the international network of biosphere reserve. Covering an area of 75,740ha, the evergreen forest is a lively world of 150 kinds offlora, 137 species offish, 31 species of reptiles, 4 species of mammals, 130 species of birds which has inspired biologists and nature lovers alike. At Can Gio, visitors will have opportunities not only to indulge in a fresh green environment but also to explore the mysteries of the tidal swampy ecosystem and thrill to the legends of amphibious commandos during the Vietnam War. Vam Sat is an eco-tourism site with an area of 2,000 hectares in Ly Nhon Commune, Can Gio District, 50km from centre of Ho Chi Minh City. The Eco-tourism site of Vam Sat Mangrove Forest has beautiful landscapes and clean environment. Visitors to Vam Sat can stay overnight at the houses by the seaside, under the foliages. This area has many interesting activities that attract a large number of domestic and foreign visitors.

Binh Quoi Tourist Village

Binh Quoi Tourist Village is located on the Thanh Da peninsula by the Saigon River, in Binh Thanh District, 8km from the centre of Ho Chi Minh City. This is one of the city's biggest tourist sites with its unique scenery. There are 55 modern-equipped bedrooms in the village, which nestle under big trees by the river. The village's restaurant is where big parties can be held and famous grilled dishes and Vietnamese traditional specialties can be found. There are marvellous shows of traditional music in the evening, including "Ky Yen Festival", "Southern amateur singing on Ghe Hau", "Traditional Vietnamese Wedding". Such shows attract a great deal of domestic and overseas tourists. You can also go water surfing, fishing, swimming, play tennis, and many other kinds of sport. From Binh Quoi, you can boat along the Saigon River to visit the Ben Duoc, Lai Thieu Fruit Gardens, and back to the Nha Rong Wharf.

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Festivals

Nghia An Hoi Quan Festival

15th day of the pt lunar month and 24th day of the 6th lunar month. Nghia An Hoi Quan (Pagoda), situated at 678 Nguyen Trai St. in District 5, is dedicated to Quan Cong, an eminent Chinese man, and other spirits. Every year, the Hoa people, numerous Viet (Kinh) people, and other visitors from distant provinces, take part in the two festivals. On the 14th day of the 1st lunar month, unicorn, lion and dragon dance groups perform for audiences on the large field in front of the pagoda. According to custom, only vegetarian offerings are made to Quan Cong, while the other spirits are offered dishes containing meat. Following the worshipping ceremonies, there are artistic activities on the grounds of the pagoda acting for a few nights. This festival aims to glorify and to demonstrate the admiration of the Hoa community for Lord Quan Cong.

Anniversary of the Death of the Hung Kings

10th day of the 3rd lunar month. The-festival annually takes place at Hung Kings Temple in the Zoo and Botanical Garden to commemorate the anniversary of the death of the country's founders. A great number of people come to pay tribute in a solemn, yet warm, festival atmosphere.At the ceremony, representatives of the municipal administration deliver speeches on the sacred meaning of the special occasion, while representatives of young Vietnamese people express gratitude to the Hung Kings for their determination to defend the country. Afterwards, guests offer their prayers and there are performances by local bands.

Le Van Duyet Temple Festival

1st day of the 8th lunar month. Le Van Duyet Temple, located in Binh Thanh District, is dedicated to Officer Le Van Duyet and his wife. The festival takes place on the anniversary of the death of Le Van Duyet. During the ceremony people pray for the safety of the country, favourable weather, a good harvest and happiness.

Death Anniversary of Tran Hung Dao

20th day of the 8th lunar month. Every year on the 20thday of the 8th lunar month, Vietnamese people honour the death anniversary of Tran Hung Dao, a national hero from the 13th century. In Ho Chi Minh City there are many places worshipping to Tran Hung Dao, but the Tran Hung Dao Temple (located in 36 Vo Thi Sau, Ward 4, District 1) is home to the area's largest ceremony. It features traditional rituals from the North.

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Tourist Information

IDD code: 84 - 8

Transport

Ho Chi Minh City is 72km from My Tho, 116km from Vung Tau, 136km from Vinh Long, 169km from Can Tho, 250km from Rach Gia and 338km from Ha Tien, 300km from Da Lat, 445km from Nha Trang, 965km from Da Nang, 1,051km from Hue and 1,690km from Ha Noi.

Air

Tan Son Nhat Airport is 7km from the city centre. From Ho Chi Minh City, there are regular flights to many cities around Vietnam and in the world

Airlines Offices

Vietnam Airlines Truong Son Ticketing Office

49 Truong Son St., Ward 2, Tan Binh Dist. 
Tel: 3832 0320, Fax: 3848 6945

Dinh Tien Hoang Ticketing Office

15B Dinh Tien Hoang St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3832 0320, Fax: 3825 8377

Vietnam Air Service Co. (Vasco)

114 Bach Dang Rd., Tan Binh Dist. 
Tel: 3842 2790, Fax: 3844 5224

Jetstar Pacific Airlines

1A Me Linh St., Dist.1 
Tel: 3825 8101,Fax: 3825 8104

Aeroflot

4H Le Loi Blvd., Dist.1 
Tel: 3829 3489, Fax: 3829 0076

Air France

130 Dong Khoi Rd., Dist.1 
Tel: 3829 0981, Fax: 3822 0537

All Nippon Airways (ANA)

16th Floor, Sun Wah Tower, 115 Nguyen Hue St. 
Tel: 3821 9612, Fax: 3821 9619

Asiana Airlines

6th Floor, 39 Le Duan Blvd., Dist.1 
Tel: 3822 2663, Fax: 3822 2710

British Airways

170-172 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia Rd., Dist.3 
Tel: 3933 0777, Fax: 3930 5008

Cathay Pacific

72-74 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3822 3203, Fax: 3825 8276

China Airlines (Taiwan)

37 Ton Due Thang Blvd, Dist.1 
Tel: 3911 1591, Fax: 3911 1592

China Southern Airlines

21-23 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Rd., Dist.1 
Tel: 3823 5588, Fax: 3823 7003

Emirate Airlines

170-172 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia Rd., Dist.3 
Tel: 3930 2939, Fax: 3930 5002

Eva Air Taiwan

2A-4A Ton Duc Thang St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 4488, Fax: 3821 7215

Japan Airlines

88 Dong Khoi Rd., Dist.1 
Tel: 3821 9098, Fax: 3821 9097

Korean Air

Room 909, 9th Floor, 34 Le Duan Blvd., Dist.1. 
Tel: 3824 2879, Fax: 3824 2877

Lao Airlines

2 Tran Quy Khoach , Dist.1 
Tel: 6651 6466

Lufthansa - German Airlines

14th Floor, Bitexco Building, 19-25 Nguyen Hue Blvd., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 8529, Fax: 3829 8537

Malaysia Airlines

37 Ton Due Thang Blvd, Dist.1 
Tel: 3829 2529, Fax: 3824 2884

Quatas Airways

1-3-5 Le Duan St., Dist. 1
Tel: 3827 3888, Fax: 3824 3624

Singapore Airlines

Saigon Tower, 29 Le Duan Blvd., Dist.1 
Tel: 3823 1588, Fax: 3823 1554

Thai Airways

29 Le Duan Rd., Dist.1 
Tel: 3822 3365, Fax: 3822 3465

United Airlines

17 Le Duan Rd., Dist.1 
Tel: 3823 4755, Fax: 3823 0030

Train

The Express trains take 30-39 hours to reach Ha Noi; hard and soft seats are available. Air-conditioned sleepers should be booked in advance.
Train tickets can be purchased at the ticket office of the station and also at most of travel agents in the city.

Saigon Railway Station

1 Nguyen Thong St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3843 6528/ 3931 8952

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Bus And Minibus

There is a variety of bus stations around Ho Chi Minh City.

Mien Dong Bus Station

292 Dinh Bo Linh Rd., Binh Thanh Dist. 
Tel: 3898 4893, Fax: 3899 2094 
There are bus services from the bus station to destinations north of HCM City such as Buon Ma Thuot (8 hours), Da Nang (24 hours), Da Lat (7 hours), Hai Phong (43 hours), Nha Trang (8 hours), Ha Noi (36-40 hours), Hue (25 hours), Phan Thiet (4 hours), Pleiku (13 hours), Vung Tau (2h30'), Vinh (31 hours), Quang Ngai (20 hours), Quy Nhon (16 hours), Nam Dinh (38 hours) and Tuy Hoa (12 hours).
Most buses leave daily from 5am to 5.30pm.

Mien Tay Bus Station

395 Kinh Duong Vuong Rd., Binh Tan Dist.
Tel: 3877 6593, Fax: 3875 2853 
Located on the western edge of the city, where buses and minibuses leave for most major destinations in the Mekong Delta.

An Suong Bus Station

National Highway 22, Ba Diem Commune, Hoc Mon Dist.
Tel: 3883 2516, Fax: 3883 0411 
Buses to Tay Ninh, Cu Chi and other destinations in the South.

City bus

At present, there are over 120 bus routes. Fare cost: VND3,000-5,000. Operation hours: 5am-21pm everyday.

Boat

The hydrofoil route from Bach Dang Port (1A Ham Nghi St., Dist. 1) to Vung Tau City (and vice versa) - Operation hours: hourly trips from 6am to 4.30pm (weekdays), from 6 am to 5pm (Saturday & Sunday). 
Please contact: Vina Express, Kios 2 Ton Duc Thang St, Dist. 1, Tel: 3829 7892 or 91 Le Quoc Hung, Dist. 4, Tel: 3940 0621, Fax 3943 5493 ; Petro Express, 10B Ton Due Thang St, Dist. 1, Tel: 3821 0653

Car

Almost tourist cafes, travel agents or hotels arrange car rental service.

Car And Motobike

Rentals are available at hotels and cafes.

Cyclo

A good way to get around. Price: 25,000VND/hour

Motor-Taxi

Quickest way to get around town and cheaper than cyclo. Xe om drivers often stand along street corners and very easy to find.

Taxi

Saigon Airport Taxi 3844 6666
Comfort Taxi 3821 2121
F. Taxi 3845 4545
Mai Linh Taxi 3838 3838 
Saigonsun Taxi 3838 3838 
Saigontourist Taxi 3997 9797 
Petrolimex Taxi 35121212 
Vina Taxi 3811 1111 
Vinasun Taxi 3827 2727

Tourism Division (DCST)

140 Nguyen Dinh Chieu St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3824 2903, Fax: 3829 3056

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Tour Operator 

Ann Trading &Tourist Co., Ltd.

58 Ton That Tung St., Dist.1
Tel: 3833 2564, Fax: 3832 3866

Apex Vietnam Co. Ltd.

16 Ngo Thoi Nhiem St, Dist 3 
Tel: 3930 9840, Fax: 3930 9833

Asian Travel Mate Co., Ltd

113 C, BuiVien St, Dist 1 
Tel: 38386678, Fax : 38366676

Anphongtourist - APTT Golf

404, Block D, Le Thi Rieng Apartment, Ward 15, Dist. 10 
Tel: 3970 7769, Fax: 3970 5175

Asiantravel

103 Truong Dinh St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3933 9888, Fax: 3930 9188

All Asia Travel Co., Ltd

57-59 Do Quang Dau St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3920 3493, Fax: 3920 3886

Ben Thanh Tourist - Cite

4-6 Ho Huan Nghiep St., Dist.1
Tel: 3823 8962, Fax: 3829 5060

Carnival Travel Service Co., Ltd

357 Vo Van Tan St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3834 2384, Fax: 3834 2386

Chao Vietnam Tourist

449 Tran Phu St, Ward 7, Dist 5 
Tel: 3924 6698

Cholon Travel

148 Tran Tuan Khai St., Dist.5 
Tel: 3924 2528, Fax: 3924 1396

Exotissimo Travel Vietnam Co., Ltd

80-82 Phan Xich Long St., Phu Nhuan Dist 
Tel: 3995 9898, Fax: 3995 918415

Fiditourist

127- 129A Nguyen Hue St., Dist.1 
Tel: 3914 1414, Fax: 3914 1363

Indochina Ventures Co., Ltd.

40 Truong Quyen St., Dist.3 
Tel: 3820 2563, Fax: 3820 2565

Lamdong Tourist Company (Dalattourist)

26 Le Anh Xuan St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 7177, Fax: 3822 2347

Le Cochinchine

658/1 Cach Mang Thang Tam St., Dist.3
Tel: 3993 4552, Fax: 3993 4554 
Email: info@lecochinchine.com 
Website: www.lecochinchine.com

Lien Bang Travelink

92 Nguyen Bieu St., Ward 1, Dist. 5 
Tel: 3838 2288, Fax: 3838 2299 
Email: info@lienbangtravel.com 
Website: www.travelink.vn
www.lienbangtravel.com

Mai Phuong Vy (MPV) Co., Ltd.

119/21 OB Le Lang St., Tan Phu Dist. 
Tel: 2243 2786, Fax: 6267 3198

Mayflowers Tourist and Trading Co. Ltd.

282/7 Ngo Gia Tu St., ward 4, Dist. 10 
Tel: 3834 7207, Fax: 3927 2736

Mekong Delta Travel & Service Co., Ltd.

41 Dang Thi Nhu St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3821 2100, Fax: 3821 4668

Northern Star International Travel

8A Tran Quang Dieu St, Dist. 3 
Tel: 3526 0719, Fax: 3526 0720

Nature Tourist

1356 Duong 3 Thang 2, Dist.11 
Tel: 6261 1513, Fax: 6 2611 532

OSC First Holidays

47 Thu khoa Huan St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 5206, Fax: 3823 5209

OSC Travel (SMI Group) Co., Ltd

143 Nguyen Van Troi St., Phu Nhuan Dist. 
Tel: 3844 4668, Fax: 3844 3726

Pacific Tourist - Trading Services Co., Ltd.

26 Dat Thanh St., Tan Binh Dist. 
Tel: 3864 5361, Fax: 386949982

Peace International Travel

132 Nguyen Van Thu St.Dakao ward, Dist.1 
Tel: 6295 9256, Fax: 6295 9257

Peace Travel Joint Venture Co

215 Hai BaTrung, Dist. 3 
Tel: 3829 0480, Fax: 3829 7787

Peace Tour Co.

60 Vo Van Tan St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3930 3909, Fax: 3930 4416

Perfect Tour Travel

273B An Duong Vuong St., Dist. 5 
Tel: 3833 6336, Fax: 3832 5022

Phoenix Voyages

82-83, 7B St, A area, An Phu/An Khanh, Dist.2. 
Tel: 6281 0222, Fax: 6281 0333

Phu Tho Tourist

15, No. 2 St., Lu Gia Housing Compound, Dist. 11. 
Tel: 3865 0921, Fax: 3865 5930

Saigon Railway Tourist

10 bis Ky Dong St., Ward. 9, Dist. 3 
Tel: 3931 7922, Fax: 3843 8830

Saigontourist

23 Le Loi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 5887, Fax: 3829 1026
Email: saigontourist@sgtourist.com.vn 
Website: www.saigon-tourist.com

Sao Mai International Tourism Co., Ltd.

16/2 Nguyen Thien Thuat St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3925 3385, Fax: 3925 3378 
Email: saomaisg@hcm.fpt.vn infor@saomaitours.com 
Website: www.saomaitours.com

Sun N' Sea Travel

2nd Floor, Dinh Le building, 01 Dinh Le, Dist. 4. 
Tel: 3943 5661, Fax: 3943 5662

Smile Tours Service Int. Co. Ltd

72 C/2 Binh Thoi, Ward 14, Dist. 11 
Tel: 62642861, Fax: 62642863

Sassco Travel

SASCO Tower, Tan Son Nhat International Airport, Tan Binh Dist. 
Tel: 3848 7142, Fax: 3848 7141

Sunny Land Travel Co. Ltd.

R.1109, An Phuc building, 2nd St., Dist. 2 
Tel: 2200 1435, Fax: 6281 8275

Tnk Travel Co., Ltd.

216 De Tham St., Dist.1 
Tel: 3920 4766, Fax: 3920 5377

V.Y.C Travel Jsc.

178-180 Nguyen Cu Trinh St., Dist.1 
Tel: 3836 8899, Fax: 3836 8399

Van Hoa Viet Trade - Consultant - Service - Tourism Co., Ltd.

55B Nguyen Thi Minh Khai St., Dist.1 
Tel: 3930 9717, Fax: 3930 9873 
Email: vanhoaviet@vanhoaviet.biz.vn 
Website: www.vanhoaviet.biz.vn 

Vidotour Indochina Travel

145 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3933 0457, Fax: 3933 0470

Viet Hands Services

18 Bis Nguyen Thi Minh Khai St., Dist.1 
Tel: 39105755, Fax: 39105531

Vietventures Travel

27/1 Nguyen Van Nguyen, Dist 1, HCMC 
Tel: 3848 2627, Fax: 3848 0209

Viet Linh Trading and Travel

740 Dien Bien Phu St., Dist. 10 
Tel: 3835 7970, Fax: 3839 5172

Viet Nga Tourism Co. Ltd.

78/G5 Cong Hoa St, Tan Binh Dist. 
Tel: 6292 4302, Fax: 6292 4317 
Email: tohonggiang@hcm.vnn.vn 
Website: www.vietngatourism.com

Vietmark

1st floor, 166D Tran Hung Dao St., Dist.1 
Tel: 5404 3939, Fax: 5404 3940

Vietnam Festival Travel

31 Cao Thang St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3834 2380, Fax: 3834 2382

Vietnamtourism- Ho Chi Minh City

234 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia St., Dist.3 
Tel: 3932 6776, Fax: 3932 6775

Vietnamtourism Jsc.

338 Cao Thang St, Dist. 10 
Tel: 3526 5260, Fax: 3526 5238

Vietravel

190 Pasteur St, Dist.3 
Tel: 3822 8898, Fax: 3829 9142

Vietspace Travel Service Co., Ltd.

62 Huynh Khuong Ninh St, Dist. 1 
Tel: 3820 7705, Fax: 3820 7066

Viettours Co., Ltd

104 Nguyen Cong Tru St, Dist. 1 
Tel: 3821 7217, Fax: 3821 8999

Youth Tourist Jsc.(YTC)

292 Dien Bien Phu St, Dist. 3 
Tel: 3932 5236
Fax: 3932 5480

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Hotels

In The City-Centre

Top-end

Asiana Saigon Hotel

Corner of Hai Ba Trung St. & Le Duan Blv.Dist. 1. 
Tel: 3520 9999, Fax: 3520 9955,305 rooms

Caravelle Hotel

19 Lam Son Square., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 4999, Fax: 3824 3999 
335 rooms, US$280-1200

Continental Hotel Saigon

132-134 Dong Khoi St, Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 9201, Fax: 3824 1772 
85 rooms, US$110-275

Duxton Hotel Saigon

63 Nguyen Hue St, Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 2999, Fax: 3824 1888 
198 rooms, US$130-220

First Hotel

18 Hoang Viet St, Tan Binh Dist. 
Tel: 3844 1199, Fax: 3844 4282 
111 rooms, US$75-135

Grand Hotel

8 Dong Khoi St, Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 0163, Fax: 3823 5781 
107 rooms, US$209-369

Hotel Equatorial

242 Tran Binh Trong St., Dist. 5 
Tel: 3839 0000, Fax: 3839 0011
333 rooms, US$300-1200

Kimdo - Royal City Hotel

133 Nguyen Hue St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 5914, Fax: 3822 5913 
135 rooms, US$169-399
Email:hotel@kimdohotel.com www.kimdohotel.com

Legend Hotel

2A - 4A Ton Due Thang St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 3333, Fax: 3823 2333 
283 rooms, US$280-1280

Liberty Central Hotel

177-179 Le Thanh Ton St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 0028, Fax: 3823 9270 
140 rooms, US$100-180

Majestic Saigon Hotel

1 Dong Khoi St., Dist. 1
Tel: 3829 5517, Fax: 3829 5510 
175 rooms, US$235-699

Movenpick Hotel Saigon

253 Nguyen Van Troi St., Phu Nhuan Dist. 
Tel: 3844 9222, Fax: 3844 9198 
278 rooms, US$250-310

New World Saigon Hotel

76 Le Lai St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 8888, Fax: 3823 0710
538 rooms, US$159-1900

Oscar Saigon Hotel

68A Nguyen Hue St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 2959, Fax: 3822 2958 
107 rooms, US$90-220

Palace Saigon Hotel

56-66 Nguyen Hue St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 2860, Fax: 3824 4229 
144 rooms, US$160-280

Park Hyatt Saigon Hotel

2 Lam Son Square Dist. 1
Tel: 3824 1234, Fax: 3823 7569 
252 rooms, US$290-320

Parkroyal Saigon Hotel

309B-311 Nguyen Van Troi St., Tan Binh Dist. 
Tel: 3842 1111, Fax: 3842 4370 
193 rooms, US$110-204++

Ramana Hotel Saigon

323 Le Van Sy St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3843 9999, Fax: 3843 8888 
293 rooms, US$80-190

Renaissance Riverside Hotel Saigon

8-15 Ton Due Thang St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 0033, Fax: 3823 5666 
336 rooms, US$170-1000

Rex Hotel

141 Nguyen Hue St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 2185, Fax: 3829 6536 
284 rooms, US$140-600

Sheraton Saigon Hotel

88 Dong Khoi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3827 2828, Fax: 3827 2929
470 rooms, US$256-2800

Sofitel Plaza Saigon Hotel

17 Le Duan St., Dist. 1
Tel: 3824 1555, Fax: 3824 1666 
286 rooms, US$180-280

International Hotel Hospital

15-16 Phan Van Tri St., Go Vap Dist. 
Tel: 3989 4989, Fax: 3989 7338

Windsor Plaza Hotel

18 An Duong Vuong St., Dist. 5 
Tel: 3833 6688, Fax: 3833 6888 
405 rooms, US$200-990

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Mid range

An An 2 Hotel

216 De Tham St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3838 5665, Fax: 3838 5775 
36 rooms, US$22-50

A & Em Hotel

179 LyTu Trong St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 7059, Fax: 3823 5728 
50 rooms, US$35-65

Arc En del Hotel

52-56 Tan Da St., Dist. 5 
Tel: 3855 4435, Fax: 3855 2424 
80 rooms, US$65-130

Asian Hotel

146-150 Dong Khoi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 6979, Fax: 3829 7433 
47 rooms, US$50-70

Asian Ruby Hotel

26 Thi Sach St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3827 2837, Fax: 3827 2836 
78 rooms, US$60-120

Bach Dang Hotel

24/22 Dong Du St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 4382, Fax: 3823 0587 
32 rooms, US$35-75

Bat Dat Hotel

238-244 Tran Hung Dao B St., Dist. 5 
Tel: 3855 1662, Fax: 3855 5817
82 rooms, US$35-85

Bong Sen Annex Hotel

61-63 Hai BaTrung St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 5818, Fax: 3823 5816
57 rooms, US$45-90

Bong Sen Hotel Saigon

117-123 Dong Khoi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 1516, Fax: 3829 8076 
127 rooms, US$110-230

Bong Sen Yamachi (Pastel Inn) Hotel

99 Pasteur St., Dist, 1
Tel: 3823 2566, Fax: 3822 8242
94 rooms, US$110-135

Caesar Hotel

34-36 An Duong Vuong St., Dist. 5 
Tel: 3835 0677, Fax: 3835 0106
120 rooms, US$35-85

Catina Hotel

109 Dong Khoi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 6296 , Fax: 3829 6291 
43 rooms, US$130-280++

Chancery Saigon Hotel

196 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai St., W.6, Dist. 3 
Tel: 3930 4088, Fax: 3930 5628 
96 rooms, US$80-100

Chuong Hoang Yen Hotel

8A/6D2-7D2 Thai Van Lung St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3825 6304, Fax: 3823 8761 
54 rooms, US$35-70

City Star Hotel

13 Bui Thi Xuan, Dist. 1 
Tel: 3830 0299, Fax: 3830 0188 
35 rooms, US$28-50

Crystal Hotel

70 Nguyen Trai St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3832 2003, Fax: 3833 0171 
32 rooms, US$22-38

Dai Nam Hotel

79 Tran Hung Dao St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3824 2525, Fax: 3822 3312 
50 rooms, US$70-130

Dong Do Hotel

35 Mac Thi Buoi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3827 3732, Fax: 3824 5763 
26 rooms, US$30-60

Dong Khanh Hotel

2 Tran Hung Dao St., Dist. 5 
Tel: 3923 6424, Fax: 3923 6427 
76 rooms, US$79-140

Dong Kinh Hotel

106-108 Tran Tuan Khai St., Dist. 5 
Tel: 3923 7032, Fax: 3923 6505 
57 rooms, US$40-70

Duc Vuong Hotel

195 Bui Vien St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3920 6991, Fax: 3920 3436 
66 rooms, US$30-70

Duc Vuong 2 Hotel

348 CaoThang , Ward 12, Dist.10, HCMC 
Tel: 3868 3751, Fax: 3868 3753

Duna Hotel

167 Pham Ngu Lao St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3837 3699, Fax: 3837 6606 
34 rooms, US$15-35

Elios Hotel

231-233-235 Pham Ngu Lao St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3838 5585, Fax: 3838 5583 
90 rooms, USS60-120

Emperor Hotel

117 Nguyen Dinh Chieu St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3930 3811, Fax: 3930 4515 
47 rooms, US$15-30

Empress Hotel (HCM)

136 Bui Thi Xuan St., Pham Ngu Lao Ward, Dist. 1
Tel: 3832 2888, Fax: 3835 8215
40 rooms, US$36-59

Evergreen Hotel

261 Hai Ba Trung St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3829 8875, Fax: 3829 1835 
46 rooms, US$25-50

Fortune Hotel

700 Tran Hung Dao St., Dist. 5 
Tel: 3923 5548, Fax: 3923 7094 
32 rooms, US$20-30

Gia Linh Hotel

29-31 Bui Thi Xuan St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3925 1879, Fax: 3925 1881 
56 rooms, US$35-100

Giant Dragon Hotel

173 Pham Ngu Lao St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3836 9268, Fax: 3836 7279 
36 rooms, US$20-30

Golden Ant Boutique Hotel

R4 - 60,61,62 - Hung Gia 5 Phu My Hung, Dist. 7. 
Tel: 5416 0888, Fax: 5410 2211 
29 rooms, US$30-90

Ha Hien Hotel

145-147 Ly Tu Trong St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 4363, Fax: 3823 4359 
63 rooms, US$30-90

Hanh Nguyen Hotel

8A/3D2 Thai Van Lung St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3825 6794, Fax: 3825 6793 
23 rooms, US$35-65

Hoang Hai Long 1 Hotel

56-58 Pham Hong Thai St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 9005, Fax: 3822 7471 
64 rooms, US$25-50

Hai Van Hotel

69 Huynh Thuc Khang St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 1274, Fax: 3829 1275 
24 rooms, US$19-24

Hanh Long Hotel

1025-1027-1029 Tran Hung Dao St., Dist. 5 
Tel: 3923 5086, Fax: 3923 4742
27 rooms, US$20-35

Hoa Mai Hotel

75 Hoang Van Thu St., Phu Nhuan Dist. 
Tel: 3844 5599, Fax: 3844 2847 
30 rooms, US$20-30

Hoan Ngoc My Hotel

11 A/13 An Duong Vuong St., Dist. 5
Tel: 3833 0353, Fax: 3835 3258 
40 rooms, US$30-40

Hoang Ha Hotel

53-57 Truong Quoc Dung St., Phu Nhuan Dist. 
Tel: 3844 3781, Fax: 3844 3702 
37 rooms, US$30-45

Hoang Hai Long (Dragon)

52B-62-64 Pham Hong Thai, Dist. 1 
Tel: 3824 5888, Fax: 3827 2158 
125 rooms, US$50-95

Hoang Phu Gia Hotel

19C Bui Thi Xuan, Dist. 1
Tel: 3925 9343, Fax: 3925 9343,58 rooms

Hoang Tu Hotel

8A/4D2 Thai Van Lung St., Dist. 1
Tel: 3822 9776, Fax: 3823 4239
28 rooms, US$40-70

Hoang Vinh Hotel

29 Ba Huyen Thanh Quan St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3930 4768, Fax: 3930 4558

Hong Vy 3 Hotel

20 Bui Thi Xuan St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3925 6650, Fax: 3925 6649 
60 rooms, US$27-50

Hong Vy Hotel

223 Hai Ba Trung St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3820 3117, Fax: 3820 3116 
58 rooms, US$23-55

Hue My (Emi) Hotel

12 Nguyen Tieu La St., Dist. 10 
Tel: 3854 7655, Fax: 3854 7654
27 rooms, US$25-30

Huong Sen Hotel

66-70 Dong Khoi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 1415, Fax: 3829 0916
76 rooms, US$84-149

Khai Hoan Hotel

206, 3 Thang 2 St., Dist. 10 
Tel: 3865 4950, Fax: 3865 0322 
42 rooms, US$32-60

Kien Thanh Hotel

321-323 Tran Phu St., Dist. 5 
Tel: 3923 4015, Fax: 3838 1838 
24 rooms, US$22-40

Kim Linh Hotel

116A Bui Thi XuanSt., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3925 5300, Fax: 3925 5302, 132 rooms

Kingston Hotel

52-54 Thu Khoa Huan St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3824 5588, Fax: 3824 5577, 98 rooms, US$63-130

Lan Lan 2 Hotel

46 Thu Khoa Huan St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 7926, Fax: 3822 7925 
93 rooms, US$30-78

Lavender Hotel

208-210 Le Thanh Ton St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 2222 8888, Fax: 2220 2121 
67 rooms, US$75-195

LeLe Hotel

171 Pham Ngu Lao St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3836 8686, Fax: 3836 8687 
40 rooms, US$15-50

Liberty 2 Hotel

129-133 Ham Nghi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 4922, Fax: 3823 0776 
31 rooms, US$109-169

Liberty 3 Hotel

187 Pham Ngu Lao St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3836 9522, Fax: 3836 4557 
63 rooms, US$40-120

Liberty 4 Hotel

265 Pham Ngu Lao St., Dist. 1
Tel: 3836 4556, Fax: 3836 5435 
89 rooms, US$60-140

Mario Hotel

940-942 Tran Hung Dao St., Dist. 5 
Tel: 3923 1908, Fax: 3923 5910 
39 rooms, US$30-35

May Hotel

28-30 Thi Sach St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 4501, Fax: 3823 4502 
117 rooms, US$70-140

Minh Tam Hotel

2C Le Quy Don St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3930 1184, Fax: 3930 5890 
42 rooms, US$20-30

Mua Xuan Hotel

44-46 Le Thanh Ton St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 7362, Fax: 3822 1383
45 rooms, US$36-79

Warn De Hotel

10 Nguyen Trai St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3835 6940, Fax: 3835 6940
29 rooms, US$20-45

Nam Hy Hotel

135-139 Huynh Man Dat St., Dist. 5 
Tel: 3838 3437, Fax: 3838 3437 
16 rooms, US$20-30

Nam Phuong Hotel

46 Hai Ba Trung St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 4446, Fax: 3829 7459 
33 rooms, US$28-50

New Epoch Hotel

120 Cach Mang Thang Tarn St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3932 6169, Fax: 3932 5556 
79 rooms, US$50-100

New Star Hotel

4 Cao Ba Quat St., Dist.1 
Tel: 3824 4472, Fax: 3824 4469 
60 rooms, US$ 40-85

Nhat Ha 1 Hotel

252BC Le Thanh Ton St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 4726, Fax: 3824 6370
57 rooms, US$33-67

Nhat Ha 2 Hotel

149 Ly Tu Trong St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 8871, Fax: 3827 2954
54 rooms, US$33-67

Ngan Ha Hotel Air

190 Le Thanh Ton St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 3283, Fax: 3829 2799 
43 rooms, US$20-40

Ngan Kieu Hotel

41-45 road 281, Ly Thuong Kiet, Dist. 11 
Tel: 3864 4052, Fax: 3864 4059
58 rooms, US$30-55

Ngoc Lan Hotel

293 Ly Thuong Kiet St., Ward 15, Dist. 11 
Tel: 3865 5928, Fax: 3865 5927 
50 rooms, US$25-45

Nhat Nguyet Hotel

149/2 Binh Quoi St., Ward 28, Binh Thanh Dist. 
Tel: 3898 7413, Fax: 3898 7425 
42 rooms, US$ 20-35

Northern Hotel

11A Thi Sach St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3825 1751, Fax: 3825 1651 
99 rooms, US$69-129

Orchid Hotel

29AThai Van Lung St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 1809, Fax: 3829 2245
55 rooms, US$25-55

Orient Hotel

274-276 De Tham St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3920 3993, Fax: 3836 9886 
68 rooms, US$17-40

Parkview Hotel

251 Hai Ba Trung St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3820 3078, Fax: 3829 6421
40 rooms, US$30-60

Phu Tho Hotel

915 Ba Thang Hai St., Dist. 11 
Tel: 3855 1310, Fax: 3855 1255 
33 rooms, US$24-35

Queen Ann Hotel

86-88 Bui ThiXuan St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3925 4444, Fax: 3925 9002
53 rooms, US$35-110

Rainbow Hotel

41 Nguyen Duy Duong St., Dist. 5 
Tel: 3924 1805, Fax: 3923 6657 
56 rooms, US$30-60

Rang Dong Hotel

81-83 Cach Mang Thang Tam St., Ben Thanh Ward, Dist. 1 
Tel: 3839 8264, Fax: 3839 3318 
96 rooms, US$22-48

Riverside Hotel Saigon

18-20 Ton Due Thang St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 4038, Fax: 3825 1417 
50 rooms, US$59++169++

Sadaco Hotel

635 Nguyen Trai St., Dist. 5 
Tel: 3856 3988, Fax: 3857 7536 
39 rooms, USS22-40

Saigon Hotel Corp

41-47 Dong Du St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 9734, Fax: 3829 1466 
100 rooms, US$79-119

Saigon Garden Hotel

781/D1 Le Hong Phong St., Dist. 10 
Tel: 3863 2791, Fax: 3863 3267 
60 rooms, US$15-60

Saigon Star Hotel

204 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3930 6290, Fax: 3930 6300 
50 rooms, US$50-110

Sanouva Hotel

175-177 LyTuTrong St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 5678, Fax: 3827 2277 
53 rooms, US$59-99++

Sao Nam Hotel

549 Tran Hung Dao St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3920 3429, Fax: 3837 8481 
64 rooms, US$25-60

Sapphire Hotel

32A-34 Bui Thi Xuan St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3925 3291, Fax: 3925 3289 
103 rooms, US$90++- 165++

Son Tra Hotel

158A Vo Thi Sau St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3820 2923, Fax: 3820 2880 
21 rooms, US$20-25

Star Hotel

24 Thi Sach St., Ben Nghe, Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 3999, Fax: 3823 2888 
90 rooms, US$80-140

Sun Flower Hotel

84A Bui Thi Xuan St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3925 7458, Fax: 3925 7462 
140 rooms, US$40-55

Sun Hotel

19-21 Nguyen Huu Cau St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3820 0909, Fax: 3820 0908 
35 rooms, US$50-70

Tan My Dinh Hotel

288 Le Thanh Ton St., Ben Thanh Ward, Dist. 1. 
Tel: 3823 0356, Fax: 3823 0360 
74 rooms, US$60-130

Tan Son Nhat Hotel

200 Hoang Van Thu St., Phu Nhuan Dist. 
Tel: 3844 1039, Fax: 3844 1324 
92 rooms, US$35-99

Tan Thanh Cong Hotel

117 Tran BinhTrong St., Dist. 5 
Tel: 3923 4554, Fax: 3923 6827 
38 rooms, US$18-30

Thai Binh 3 Hotel

22 Ngo Quyen St., Ward 6, Dist. 5 
Tel: 3855 8741, Fax: 3856 6461 
24 rooms, US$25-32

Thai Binh 4 Hotel

279-283 Tran Phu St., Dist. 5
Tel: 3923 6318, Fax: 3923 4322 
71 rooms, US$25-32

Thang Long Hotel

48 Mac Thi Buoi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 2595, Fax: 3829 5220 
24 rooms, US$24-60

Thanh Binh 1 Hotel

315 Hoang Van Thu St., Tan Binh Dist.
Tel: 3844 0599, Fax: 3844 0984 
60 rooms, US$40-50 
Email: sales@thanhbinhtourist.com/ www.thanhbinhtourist.com

Thanh Binh 2 Hotel

15 Ly Thuong Kiet St., Tan Binh Dist. 
Tel: 3864 1585, Fax: 3971 6917 
75 rooms, US$30-40
Email: sales@thanhbinhtourist.com/ www.thanhbinhtourist.com

Thanh Binh 3 Hotel

42A-42B Lu Gia St., Dist. 11 
Tel: 3864 9673, Fax: 3863 6526 
33 rooms, US$25-40 

Thanh Lien Hotel

135-137 LyTuTrong St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 4370, Fax: 3823 4372 
60 rooms, US$25-50

Thanh Long Tan Hotel

19-23Truong Dinh St., Dist. 1
Tel: 3824 8770 Fax: 3829 8576 
73 rooms, US$25-60

Thien Tung Hotel

70-72-74 Pho Due Chinh St., Dist. 1
Tel: 3821 2329, Fax: 3824 3577 
80 rooms, US$33-77

Thien Xuan Hotel

108-110 Le Thanh Ton St., Ward Ben Thanh, Dist. 1
Tel: 3822 9160, Fax: 3823 6807 
63 rooms, US$37-90

Thuy Tien 5 Hotel

304 Tran Hung Dao St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3837 9210, Fax: 3837 9212 
30 rooms, US$15-30

Truong Dua Hotel

90A/B 73-77 Ly Thuong Kiet St., Dist. 10 
Tel: 3864 3525, Fax: 3864 3524
49 rooms, US$22-35

Van Hoa Hotel

36A - 36B Tan Da St., Dist 5 
Tel: 3855 6373, Fax: 3857 3966 
30 rooms, US$25-30

Van Lang Hotel

290 Hai Ba Trung St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3820 1354, Fax: 3820 1355 
15 rooms, US$24-28

Victory Hotel

14 Vo Van Tan St., Ward 6, Dist. 3 
Tel: 3930 4989, Fax: 3930 3604 
145 rooms, US$46-122

Vien Dong Hotel

275A Pham Ngu Lao St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3836 8941, Fax: 3836 9010 
100 rooms, US$70-150

Vuon Thien Thai Hotel

701 Truong Chinh St., Tan Phu Dist. 
Tel: 3842 5239, Fax: 3842 5238 
24 rooms, US$20-27

Xuan Loc Hotel

47-49-51 Le Anh Xuan St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3827 5507, Fax: 3827 4643 
70 rooms, US$50-100

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Budget

Anh Tu Hotel

21 Ba Huyen Thanh Quan St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3930 6177, Fax: 3930 1045
20 rooms, US$22-30

Ben Nghe 2 Hotel

10-14-16 Hoang Viet St., Tan Binh Dist. 
Tel: 3844 3623, Fax: 3842 0037
21 rooms, US$14-16

Cho Lon Moi Hotel

107-113 Hau Giang St., Dist. 6 
Tel: 3969 2270, Fax: 3969 2626
25 rooms, US$13-18

Da Kao Hotel

26 Nguyen Van Thu St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 4109, Fax: 3829 9891
17 rooms, US$32

Dai Hoang Gia Hotel

563 Nguyen Thi Thap St., Dist.7 
Tel: 3771 7930, Fax: 3771 7630

Duyen Saigon Hotel

175 Dien Bien Phu St., Dist. 1
Tel: 3823 1750, Fax: 3823 3972 
22 rooms, US$10-15

Festival Hotel

31 Cao Thang St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3839 0704, Fax: 3839 0559 
20 rooms, US$20-22

Godsent Hotel

5B-5C Tran Nhat Duat St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3843 8785, Fax: 3843 6029 
30 rooms, US$15-20

Hanh Phuc Hotel

265 Nguyen Trai St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3836 8851, Fax: 3837 4743 
44 rooms, USS13-18

Hong Ngoc Hotel

5 Nguyen Van Thu St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 1168, Fax: 3829 5043 
13 rooms, US$26-30

Huu Nghi 2 Hotel

271/8 Nguyen Trong Tuyen St., Ward 10,Phu Nhuan Dist.
Tel: 3844 4657, Fax: 3844 5245
18 rooms, US$17-20

Kim Long Hotel

58 ftlac Thi Buoi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 38243923, Fax: 3822 5024 
17 rooms, US$2848

Ky Dong Hotel

10 Ky Dong St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3931 8387, Fax: 3931 8388 
23 rooms, US$18-23

Lam Binh Hotel

18 Bui Thi Xuan St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3925 3738, Fax: 3925 2625 
40 rooms, US$22-34

Linh Hotel

16 Mac Thi Buoi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3824 3954, Fax: 3824 3949
21 rooms, US$28-55

My Yen Hotel

716-718 Ham Tu St., Dist. 5 
Tel: 3855 5084, Fax: 3857 1212 
18 rooms, US$25-28

New Hotel

14 Ho Huan Nghiep St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 0656, Fax: 3824 1812 
16 rooms, US$30-45

Ny Kim Phuong Hotel

22 Hai Ba Trung St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3824 4290, Fax: 3824 4290 
28 rooms, US$20-30

Phi Long 2 Hotel

293-295 Le Van Sy St., Tan Binh Dist. 
Tel: 3844 5833, Fax: 3844 8794 
48 rooms, US$17-21

Phoenix 74 Hotel

74 Bui Vien St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3837 0568, Fax: 3836 9591 
18 rooms, US$12-16

Phuc Thinh Hotel

178 Ung Van Khiem, Binh Thanh Dist. 
Tel: 3898 3748 - 3898 3974 
16 rooms, US$12-22

Quyen Hotel

83/1B Nguyen Kiem St., Go Vap Dist. 
Tel: 3895 5407, Fax: 3895 5705 
14 rooms, US$10-17

Quynh Giang Hotel

16/4 Hoang Viet St., Tan Binh Dist.
Tel: 3844 9857, Fax: 3811 5587 
20 rooms, US$20-23

Ruby Star 2 Hotel

43 Truong Dinh, Ward 6, Dist.3 
Tel: 3933 3146, Fax: 3933 3149

Saigon Spot Hotel

66-68 Nguyen Tat Thanh St., Ward 12, Dist. 4. 
Tel: 3943 0235, Fax: 3943 0237
24 rooms, US$13-25

Tan Hoang Long Hotel

135 Nguyen Van Cu St., Dist. 5 
Tel: 3923 6488, Fax: 3923 4531 
22 rooms, US$19-24

Thanh Da Petro Hotel

12AB Thanh Da St., P27, Binh Thanh Dist.
Tel: 3556 6133, Fax: 3556 6862 
35 rooms, US$12++

Thanh Long Hotel

54 Pham Hong Thai St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 3784, Fax: 3823 3783
25 rooms, US$15-35

Trung Mai Hotel

785 Nguyen Trai St., Dist. 5 
Tel: 3855 8244, Fax: 3854 9214 
52 rooms, US$20-25

Victoria Vietnam Group

101 Tran Hung Dao St., Dist.1 
Tel: 3837 3031, Fax: 3836 4108

Viet Hong Hotel

330-332 Vo Van Tan St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3833 0671, Fax: 3830 0335
22 rooms, US$22-55

Vo Thanh Binh Hotel

210 Cong Hoa St., Tan Binh Dist. 
Tel: 3811 0194, Fax: 3811 0438
23 rooms, US$12-22

Vuon Tao Dan Hotel

220 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3930 4316, Fax: 3930 0116 
32 rooms, US$20-24

Xuan Vinh Hotel

40-42 Thach Thi Thanh St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3820 0519, Fax: 3822 3322 
20 rooms, US$15-22

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Rental

Best Resort-Silver Creek City Resort

112 An Phu Dong 11, An Phu Dong Ward, Dist. 12. 
Tel: 3719 9533, Fax: 3719 9534

Riverside Apartment

53 Vo Truong Toan St., Dist. 2 
Tel: 3744 4111, Fax: 3744 4000 
150 rooms, US$2000-5200

Saigon Domaine Apartment

1057 Xo Viet Nghe Tinh St., Binh Thanh Dist. 
Tel: 3556 6163, Fax: 3556 6225 
45 rooms, US$169-349

Sedona Suites Apartment

65 Le Loi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 9666, Fax: 3822 9229 
89 rooms, US$180-300

Sherwood Residence Apartment

127 Pasteur St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3823 2288, Fax: 3823 2299 
240 rooms, US$128-300++

Somerset Chancellor Court, Ho Chi Minh City

21-23 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 9197, Fax: 3822 1755 
172 rooms, US$160-280++

Somerset Ho Chi Minh City

8A Nguyen Binh Khiem St., Dist. 1
Tel: 3822 8899, Fax: 3823 4473 
165 rooms, US$150-240++

Thang Long Apartment

53/1 Nguyen Khac Nhu St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3920 7251, Fax: 3836 9436 
5 rooms, US$ 500-600/month

In Can Gio Dist. and Others

Can Gio Resort

Thanh Thoi, Long Hoa Ward, St. 
Tel: 3874 3333, Fax: 3874 3334 
80 rooms, US$29-62

Phuong Nam Pearl Resort

Dong Hoa Hamlet, Long Hoa Commune, Can Gio Dist.
Tel: 3874 3812, Fax: 3874 3370 
71 rooms, US$25-60

Thanh Long Hotel

B8/251, Phong Phu Commune, Binh Chanh Dist.
Tel: 3761 1224, Fax: 3761 1400 
180 rooms, US$18-20

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Restaurants

Ashima 3

35A Nguyen Dinh Chieu St 
Tel: 3824 1966, Fax: 3824 1969
Mushroom Hot pot

Ba Mien

122B Tran Quoc Thao St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3931 7096, Fax: 3526 1986

Cha Ca La Vong

3 Ho Xuan Huong St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3930 5674

Cung Dinh Rex

146 Pasteur St., Dist. 1
Tel: 3829 2185, Fax: 3829 6536

Kinh Bac

30 Dong Khoi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 1364, Fax: 3829 1364

Long Den Do

60A Truong Son St., Tan Binh Dist. 
Tel: 6297 1889, Fax: 3220 0271 
Sea food

Maxim's Nam An

13-15-17 Dong Khoi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 6676, Fax: 3823 0644

Nam Bo Baked Village

283-285 Cach Mang Thang 8 St., Dist. 10 
Tel: 3863 2309/ 38622569 
Baked meat

Ngoc Suong Marina

17 Le Quy Don St., Dist. 3
Tel: 3930 4209, Fax: 3930 5234
The fresh seafood & traditional Vietnamese

Pho 24 Corporation

23-25 Tran Nhat Duat St., Dist.1 
Tel: 3848 0807, Fax: 3848 0814 
Rice-noodle soup

Pho Co (Ancient Town)

211 terDien Bien Phu St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3829 9625, Fax: 3822 3473

Ngon Restaurant (Old)

160 Pasteur St., Dist.1
Tel: 3827 7131, Fax: 3827 7127

Quan An Ngon 138 (New)

138 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 4979

Thanh Nien

11 Nguyen Van Chiem, Dist.1
Tel: 3822 5909, Fax: 3822 5909

Vietnam House

93-95 Dong Khoi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 1623, Fax: 3829 7286
Excellent traditional music and costumes

Wrap and Roll

62 Hai Ba Trung St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 2166
Wrapped and rolled dishes of three regions in Vietnam

Zen Viet

92 - 94 - 96 Le Loi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 6287, Fax: 3823 8735

Dai Thong

97 Ham Nghi St, Dist. 1
Tel: 3822 9365

Ming Dynasty

23 Nguyen Khac Vien St., Dist.7 
Tel: 5411 5555

Thai Village

38 Ly Tu Trong St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3825 6704 

Yeebo

Le Thanh Ton St., Ben Nghe Ward, Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 0368, Fax: 3823 0388

Indian cuisine Ashoka

17/10 Le Thanh Ton St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 1372 Indian cuisine

Nagomi

17/12 Le Thanh Ton St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 1704, Fax: 3823 8756

Hinageshi

15A7 Le Thanh Ton St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3825 0393, Fax: 3825 0393 
Japanese food including curry rice, ramen, sashimi, sushi

Arirang Ka Tun

17 Hoang Viet St., Tan Binh Dist. 
Tel: 3844 6023

Choi go zip

11 -13 Lam Son St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3824 7194

Seoul House

33 Mac Thi Buoi St, Dist 1 
Tel: 3829 4297, Fax: 3829 4296

Malee Thai

37 Dong Du St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 3029

Samyan

102-104 Le Lai St., Dist.1 
Tel: 3925 9020-3925 9010 
Thai, China food

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Other

Lion City

98 Le Lai St., Dist.1 
Tel: 3925 3971
Singaporean delicacies which include frog porridge, crab fried with Sambal chilly

Au Manoir De Khai

251 Dien Bien Phu St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3930 3394, Fax: 3933 0583 
French cuisine

Garten Stadt

34 Dong Khoi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 3623, Fax: 3825 1830 
German cuisine

Good Morning Vietnam

197 De Tham St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3837 1894 
Italian cuisine

Le Bordeaux

72, D2 St., Ward 25, Binh Thanh Dist., 
Tel: 3899 9831, Fax: 3899 9831 
Excellent food. Wide range of imported delicacies

Pacharan Tapas & Bodega

97 Hai Ba Trung St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3825 6024, Fax: 3823 4954 
Spanish Restaurant

Pomo Doro

79 Hai Ba Trung St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 8957, Fax: 3823 8957 
Italian cuisine

Wild Horse Saloon

8A1/D1 Thai Van Lung St., Dist.1 
Tel: 3827 7786, Fax: 3825 6317The restaurant is famous for its Latin dinning style, especially grilled dishes

Vegetarian

Giac Duc

492 Nguyen Dinh Chieu St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3835 6161

Hoa Dang

38 Huynh Khuong Ninh St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3820 9702, Fax: 3820 9702

Bars

Bach Dang Cream

28 Le Loi St., Dist.1
Tel: 3829 2707, Fax: 3822 3150

Ciao Cafe

74-76 Nguyen Hue St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 1130 
Pizza and sandwiches

Paris Deli

65 Le Loi St., Dist.1 
Tel: 3821 6127

The Jazz Cafe

97Bis Suong Nguyet Anh St., Dist.1 
Tel: 3925 0388

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Shopping

Markets/ Trade Centres

An Dong Market

34-36 An Duong Vuong St., Dist. 5 
Tel: 38324647, Fax: 3835 3665

Ben Thanh Market

Le Loi Blvd., Dist. 1, 
Tel: 3829 2096

Binh Tay Market

Hau Giang Blvd., 
Dist. 6 
Tel: 3857 1512
The biggest wholesale market In the south of Vietnam

City Plaza Trade Centre

230 Nguyen Trai St., Nguyen Cu Trinh Ward, Dist. 1
Tel: 3925 6768 - 3837 9088

Diamond Plaza Trade Centre

34 Le Duan St., Dist. 1
Tel 3825 7750, Fax: 3825 7689

Parkson Saigon Tourist Trade Centre

35Bis - 45 Le Thanh Ton St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3827 7636, Fax: 3827 7643

Parkson Hung Vuong Trade Centre

126 Hung Vuong St., Dist. 5 
Tel: 2222 0383, Fax: 2222 0338

Saigon Jewelry Shoping Centre

40-42 Phan Boi Chau St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3825 8969, Fax: 3829 5712

Saigon Square Centre

07-09 Ton Due Thang St., Dist. 1

Saigon Tax Trade Centre

135 Nguyen Hue St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3821 3849, Fax: 3829 9973

Supermaket Co.op Mart Cong Quynh

12 Cong Quynh St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3932 5239, Fax: 3925 3615

Supermaket Co.op Mart Nguyen Dinh Chieu

168 Nguyen Dinh Chieu St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3930 1385/3930 1384

Supermaket Co.op Mart Nguyen Kiem

571-573 Nguyen Kiem St., Phu Nhuan Dist. 
Tel: 3997 2472, Fax: 3997 2479

Supermaket Co.op Mart Dinh Tien Hoang

127 Dinh Tien Hoang St., Binh Thanh Dist. 
Tel: 3510 0091, Fax: 3841 8227

Supermaket Co.op Mart Ly Thuong Kiet

497 Hoa Hao St., Dist. 10 
Tel: 3957 2857, Fax: 3957 2843

Zen Plaza

54-56 Nguyen Trai St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3925 0340, Fax: 3925 0265

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Bookshops And Galleries

Ben Thanh Art & Frame

07 Nguyen Thiep St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 8101, Fax: 3823 3002 
Email: info.benthanhart@gmail.com 
Web: www.benthanhart.com

Tribook Bookshop

158ED Dong Khoi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3827 2169

Galerie Nguyen

139 Dong Khoi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3824 2723, Fax: 3823 3002 
Email: info.benthanhart@gmail.com
Web: www.benthanhart.com

Gallery Ho Chi Minh City Fine Art Association

218A Pasteur St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 5077, Fax: 3823 4064

Nguyen Hue Bookshop

40 Nguyen Hue St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3825 8318, Fax: 3827 5196

Saigon Bookshop

60 - 62 Le Loi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 6386, Fax: 3822 7668

Fahasa Tan Dinh Bookshop

387-389 Hai Ba Trung St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3820 8533

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Clothing

Creation Shop

105 Dong Khoi St., Dist. 1, 
Tel: 3829 5429

Khai Silk Shop

107 Dong Khoi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 1146, Fax: 3823 3773

Lien Huong Dress Shop

111 Pasteur St., Dist. 1, 
Tel: 3822 6074

Miss Ao Dai Shop

21 Nguyen Trung Ngan St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 2139, Fax: 3829 8864

Saigon Fine Arts Shop

160 Pasteur St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 1430/ 3829 3952

Shop Thai Tuan Silk

236A Ba Thang Hai St., Dist. 10 
Tel: 3862 0657

T&M Silk Shop

155 Dong Khoi St., Dist. 1, 
Tel: 3824 5398

Tuyet Lan Silk Shop

84 Le Loi St., Dist. 1, 
Tel: 3829 9754

X.Q Dalat Shop

38 Le Loi St., Dist. 1
Tel: 3825 6595, Fax: 3829 8693

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Entertainment

Cinemas/ Shows

Ben Thanh Theatre

6 Mac Dinh Chi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3825 6111, Fax: 3829 0110

Cinebox Hoa Binh Cinema

240, 3/2 St., Dist. 10 
Tel: 3862 2425

Fafilm Cinema

6 Thai Van Lung St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 4363

Galaxy Cinema Nguyen Trai

230 Nguyen Trai St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3920 6888

Institute of Cultural Exchanges with French

28 Le Thanh Ton St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 9968

Mogastar Cinema

126 Hung Vuong St., Hung Vuong Plaza, Floor 7.
Tel: 2222 0388, Fax: 2222 0330

Municipal Theatre

7 Lam Son Square , Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 9976

Thang Long Cinema

19 Cao Thang St., Dist. 3, 
Tel: 3839 3993

Theatre of Traditional Music and Dance

108-110 Hai BaTrung St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3823 7186, Fax: 3827 2450

Water Puppets

Nguyen Binh Khiem St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 38234682

Healthy Centres

La Cochinchine

141 Nguyen Hue St., Floor 6, Rex Hotel 
Tel: 3825 1812

Paloma Salon & Spa

47/3 Pham Ngoc Thach St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3823 1745

Quoc Te Cosmetic Surgery

90 Chau Van Liem St., Dist 5 
Tel: 3859 1022

Saigon Hospital of cosmetic surgery

97B-99 Nguyen Du St., Dist 1 
Tel: 3829 1342, Fax: 3823 9461

Viet-My Institute of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

93 Phan Xich Long St., Ward 2, Phu Nhuan Dist. 
Tel: 3995 5683

White Lotus Spa

7/2 Phung Khac Khoan St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3824 2451

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Clubs

Club Royale

1 Ngo Due Ke St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 1888, Fax: 3824 4636

Diamond Plaza (20 lanes) Bowling

34 Le Duan St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3825 7778

International Tourist Club

76 Le Lai St., Dist. 1
Tel: 3824 3760, Fax: 3824 3706

Maxim's Dancing Nightclub

15-17 Dong Khoi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3825 1171

Phu Tho Gymnastic House

1 Lu Gia St., Dist. 11 
Tel: 3866 5157, Fax: 3866 5161 
Horse racing. Open weakens from 12.30pm to 4pm

Saigon Superbowl Bowling (32 lanes)

A43 Truong Son St., Tan Binh Dist. 
Tel: 3848 8888, Fax: 3845 8119

Vietnam Golf and Country Club

Long Thanh My Ward, Dist. 9 
Tel: 6280 0537, Fax: 6280 0059

Exhibition

International Fair Exhibition

466 Hoang Van Thu St., Tan Binh Dist. 
Tel: 3845 1088, Fax: 3845 1080

Medical Services

Central Medical International

1 Han Thuyen St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3865 4025, Fax: 3827 2365

Cho Ray Hospital

201B Nguyen Chi Thanh St., Ward 12, Dist. 5. 
Tel: 3855 4138, Fax: 3855 7267

FV Hospital

6 Nguyen Luong Bang St., Tan Phu Ward, Dist. 7. 
Tel: 5411 3333, Fax: 5411 3334

International SOS

167A Nam Ky Khoi Nghia, Dist. 3 
Tel: 3823 6520, Fax: 3829 8524

Saigon General Hospital

125 Le Loi Str., Dis.1
Tel: 3829 7709, Fax: 3822 5988

Tropical Diseases Hospital

190 Ben Ham Tu St., Ward 1, Dist. 5 
Tel: 3923 8704, Fax: 3923 6943

Trung Vuong Hospital

266 Ly Thuong Kiet St., Ward 14, Dist. 10 
Tel: 3865 6744, Fax: 3865 0687

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Post Office

Cho Lon Post Office

26 Nguyen Thi St., Dist.5 
Tel: 3855 0832, Fax: 3856 7399

Binh Thanh Centre Post Office

3 Phan Dang Luu St., Ward 3, Binh Thanh Dist.
Tel: 3841 0646, Fax: 3841 2372

Ho Chi Minh City Post

125 Hai Ba Trung St., Dist.1 
Tel: 3827 0888, Fax: 3827 0777

Saigon Centre Post Office

117-119 Hai Ba Trung St., Dist.1 
Tel: 3825 1636, Fax: 3822 0677

Banks

ACB

442 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai St., Dist. 3 
Tel: 3929 0999, Fax: 3839 9885

ANZ

39 Le Duan St., Dist.1 
Tel: 3827 2926, Fax: 3822 3449

Citibank N.A

Sun Wah Tower, 115 Nguyen Hue Blv., Dist. 1. 
Tel: 3824 2118, Fax: 3824 2267

Deutsche Bank AG (HCM City Branch)

65 Le Loi St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3829 9000, Fax: 3822 2760

Indovina Bank

46-48-50 Pham Hong Thai St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3822 4995, Fax: 3823 0131

Vietcombank

29 Ben Chuong Duong St., Dist. 1 
Tel: 3825 1317, Fax: 3829 7228


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