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There's no end to the number of fantastic things you can do when you're somewhere new. So why not get your trip to Ho Chi Minh City off to a flying start by checking out some of our top tips? After all – out there starts here!
There's nothing like viewing top-notch art when your soul needs lifting. As you marvel at the astounding works at Museum of Fine Arts, see if you can pinpoint the deeper meaning. There's a fabulous range of things to do in this destination. Are you ready to cry, laugh and gasp out loud all in one evening? Attend a performance at Opera House and get lost in the sensational music and dramatic story lines. Still got some time to spare? Diamond Plaza is the place to head to if you're a bit peckish. Follow the delicious aromas to the food court and you'll be wolfing down a meal in no time!
Lazing on a beach doing not much at all is pleasant enough, but there's nothing like jumping into new and extraordinary experiences on your getaway!
Jump-start your trip to Ho Chi Minh City by checking out some of these things to do:
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With around 452 accommodation in Ho Chi Minh City, hunting for a place to stay won't be difficult. But why delay? Book early via Expedia and jump-start your next cheap holiday or luxury getaway.
After a long-haul flight, there's nothing like chilling out in a flashy room and dining on some room service. See what heavenly treats are waiting for you at The Reverie Saigon (22 - 36 Nguyen Hue Boulevard) or the Park Hyatt Saigon (2 Lam Son Square). If you'd rather spend your money on things such as hair-raising adventures and wild nightlife, why not investigate some of our budget options? The Coco Hotel Saigon (16 Ho Huan Nghiep Street) and the N.Y Kim Phuong Hotel (22 Hai Ba Trung) are a couple of recommended ones.
Nearest Airports to Ho Chi Minh City
Get through security, hop onboard the plane, check your boarding pass for your allocated seat and get cosy! Your exciting trip to Ho Chi Minh City is only a plane ride away. After arriving at Tan Son Nhat International Airport (SGN), you'll find yourself about 4 miles (6 km) from the central area.
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Good sleep due to quiet environment. Food quality is good. Guest room is very clean. Well done A room to improve their customer service during peak hour especially.
It is centrally located with a 5 minute walk from the river, a pedestrian mall area, and restaurants. The hotel is beautiful with a grand lobby. Rooms were spacious and very clean. Though the hotel is about 100 years old, it has been updated. The staff was very friendly as are all Vietnamese we have ...
I liked the warmth and friendliness of the staff. I enjoyed the jacuzzi tub in the bathroom, but did not like the design and layout of it. The tub was sloping downwards for proper drainage, which I understand, but it could be dangerous for the user especially that there were no handrails ...