This is the Paris Square in Vietnam, just like Tian'anmen Square. The parade is here, but the scale is not to mention. Figure 3 shows that the Chinese Embassy in Vietnam is the largest in all countries. There are two buildings. If you don't enter, you can only take pictures at the entrance.
The main statue of Ho Chi Minh is in front of this magnificent Ho Chi Minh Square. Saigon was the predecessor of the city, but later it became Ho Chi Minh because of his contribution. This square is always busy with the photos of tourists, feeling the changes from Saigon to Ho Chi Minh City in all aspects.
Easy to walk around, plenty to see at your own pace. night time is great as well, great garden and food around the place.
Ho Chi Minh Square should be the most central part of Ho Chi Minh City. The number of people in the daytime is less than that in the evening. It's quite busy. It should be the most prosperous area. There is a very large statue of Ho Chi Minh. ; It is said that there are pigeons in the daytime.
This is where the locals come to hang out and the coffee is so delicious it’ll make you want to stay, no matter how uncomfortable the child-sized furniture. Located in District 1, you can’t leave Vietnam without trying its favourite ca phe sua da, coffee with milk and ice, and here is one of the best places to do so. Vietnam has a distinctive café culture, thanks to the French influence, and you’ll see the Vietnamese hanging out in cafes all day long. This is one of the best places to join them.
When you walk around Ho Chi Minh city, you’re bound to run into this elegant looking colonial building in the middle of the city.
Enjoyed a week here in March for a wedding. Food was delicious and the traffic was crazy!