On this street, it is rare to see local Vietnamese consumers. All the brands in the collection are international brands, as well as some check-in resorts that tourists must visit! But this street and the square in the middle are very wide and feel comfortable. It is very suitable as the first attraction to visit Ho Chi Minh City! We stayed in a hotel on Nguyen Hue Street. There are many food and entertainment options on this street. It is interesting to walk here at night. There is a guy on the beach playing the clarinet. I think he is amazing. We watched him for almost half an hour. I highly recommend. Now it seems that we are not lucky, and we don't see the fountain spraying much. Overall, this is a great place to spend the night, even if it's just interacting with people and their dogs.
He was mistakenly remembered as Nguyen Xuan Wu Street, which is a pedestrian street in Ho Chi Minh. Open to traffic on both sides during the day. Catch up with the Spring Festival holiday, it is very lively here. In addition to shopping malls, hotels, restaurants and restaurants are very lively.
There is a Teochew Shacha Kuey Teow shop on this street. You must go to it. It is called Yuanfa Kuey Teow in Chinese. The interior of the shop is a traditional Chinese shop. The owner and his regular customers talked happily in Teochew dialect, and they always smiled with them. A bowl of fifty thousand plus iced tea two thousand VND, inside is the thick strips of pho and tender venison we often eat. The soup is very thick and tasty!
Great place to hang out in the evening. Great for jogging in the mornings.
Nguyen Hue walking street is amazing! It is a truly local place, where you can see Vietnamese eating dinner and spending time with their family and friends. The Walking street is open in the evening, it starts when the sun goes down. We absolutely love it, it is a place where you can taste authentic Vietnamese cuisine and experience Vietnamese culture.
Being projected as a walking area at nighttime with underground metro below, Nguyen Hue street is always crowded especially on weekends. Located next by the street, this old apartment building is exploited by cafes owners creating some budget places where guests enjoy a drink and this view.