15 Amazing Things To Do in Saigon, Vietnam 🇻🇳
Xin Chao 👋🏽 from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s second largest city. The locals still call it Saigon!
Tip: Don’t be afraid to eat street food! Most street food is under $2, great for budget travelers!
To cover more ground in HCMC, take a donation-based 3-hr motorbike tour with Onetrip.
Start your day with a Vietnamese iced coffee (ca phe sua da) with condensed milk and arabica coffee.
The Aparment Cafes houses coffee shops, boutiques, and restaurants, instead of regular tenants.
For your own private balcony jacuzzi, book a colonial-style room at Myst Saigon.
Stock up on fancy Marou chocolate bars at Saigon’s very own chocolate cafe!
Eat al fresco at Mountain Retreat, a rustic Vietnamese restaurant located on the 5th floor on Le Loi
Cu Chi Tunnels located in the outskirts of the city was used by the communist forces during the war
For less than $1, gain access to the The War Remnants Museum, a solemn look at the American War.
Grab steet food to-go on Nguyen Hue Walking Street. This is banh trang nuong, a pizza-taco hybrid.
Put your aprons on at M.O.M Cooking Class. $30 buys you a market tour and three course meal.
Is it a cafe or a garden? Sip on a coffee at Bonjour Cafe in Thao Dien with flowers all around. 🌷
Stay at the world’s only “six star” hotel, The Reverie, with its ornately designed rooms.
Visit the bubble gum pink Tan Dinh Church and check the schedule to make sure the gate is opened.
Get a massage at Miu Miu spa. Top: Ask for the 90-min foot massage, which is a full body massage!
Send a letter form the world famous Saigon Central Post Office, made from Gustave Eiffel’s designs.
Anthony Bourdain’s favorite lunch stop is the Lunch Lady stall in Da Khao. The menu changes daily 🍜
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