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Saigon City Hall by Night 2

Saigon City Hall

Beautiful by day, stunning by night, Saigon City Hall is another excellent example of French colonial architecture in Ho Chi Minh City. Built between 1902 and 1908, the building was originally called Hotel de Ville de Saigon. Since 1975, the...

Vietnamese Coffee and Tea 1

Vietnamese Coffee and Tea – Hatvala

Editors Note: Everything changes in Saigon on what seems like a daily basis. One of our favourite cafes has moved and changed. Hatvala no longer serves food but still has a cafe and showroom area where you can buy drinks. They...

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How to Eat Pho – Video

  Pho is probably the most famous dish in Vietnam. To visitors however, it can be a little daunting. So many things to add. What are they? How do I deal with them? Hopefully this little video will clear all that...

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Saigon Unseen

Special OFFER. Saigon Unseen is now offering Ho Chi Minh City highlights readers a substantial discount on all their tours. You can find out more about this generous offer HERE. Not convinced? Read about my day out on their Urban Chaos Tour below....

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How to Eat Pho

If you are coming to Ho Chi Minh City there is no way you should miss out on eating the most popular dish around…Pho. However,some people find it a bit daunting at first with all the “additional bits” so I...

Walking Around Ho Chi Minh City 10

War Remnants Museum

Rated as the number 4 of 83 attractions in Ho Chi Minh City (by members of Tripadvisor), the War Remnants Museum remains as controversial as ever. Over the years it has had several names. How confrontational they have been is directly...

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