Using extensive travel data from all around the world, we've created a list of the top 10 attractions for each city. Lists are updated with unique and seasonal attractions in real time, so be sure to check back!
What travelers say:"Old post office building. A place where it is pleasant to be at any time. You are easily transported in time. An example of colonial architecture from the French colony. Phone cabins reminded me my childhood, when my mother and I used them to call our relatives from a Post office. There are also souvenir shops in the building, which are a bit cramped. The Post Office works as intended: you can buy and send postcards."
What travelers say:"The Ho Chi Minh Museum of Art is a bright yellow building. The museum has three floors and was designed by Vietnamese and French designers. Therefore, the style has both Vietnamese and French characteristics. If you don’t understand the collection of art works, you can also look at the architecture."
What travelers say:"The Ho Chi Minh City Government Building, formerly Sai Kung Town Hall, is a strong French-style building with a simple two-story structure, a bright yellow exterior and a lively design."
What travelers say:"beautiful opera house. watched the AO show, we got a balcony seat the show is ok, not really understand. suggest to get the cheapest ticket instead, it is half price of the balcony seat and didnt really make a different to the view since the opera house is not very big."