The People's Committee Building in the Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee Hall in the city center is a typical French building. It has a bright yellow exterior and delicate carvings. It is quite beautiful. A whole row of buildings can be admired. When you travel in Ho Chi Minh City, this is it It is another building that can be visited. The building is very beautiful, opposite is a garden with a fountain, you can walk there after visiting.
It was established in 1901 and it was previously known as the People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City. In the front of this building you can see a statue reading a book in Ho Chi Minh. He is not open to the public, that is, you can only watch here by the luminous light at the door. This is like a flying gem, not to be missed.
[Transportation] Ho Chi Minh’s City People’s Committee, also known as the City Hall for short, is located at 86 Le Thanh Ton, Ben Nghe in the first district of the city center. There is no bus to arrive, but it is also more convenient to walk. It is only 1km away from the Reunification Palace, which takes 10 minutes. Just walk along Le Thanh Ton Road. 【Opening Hours】Because it is a government office location, it is not open to the public, and you can only enjoy the building outside. [Attractions to watch] There is a large green square in front of the city hall, with sculptures of Ho Chi Minh, and the grass farming is very good, so taking pictures here will be very good. In addition, the building of the city hall itself is also very exquisite, a typical European-style building, although only two floors, but very grand. Just looking at the reliefs is awe-inspiring. And those relief figures are basically French heroes. I don’t know why, the exterior walls of important buildings in Vietnam are yellow, and they are warm in simplicity. [Surroundings] The City Hall is very close to the Opera House, and you can reach it just around a turn. After visiting these two inaccessible attractions, you can visit the Basilica of Notre Duke of Saigon and the Central Post Office next to it. These two are Ho Chi Minh One of the most important attractions. [Other visit tips] Because it is the government's main office, people are not allowed to approach. There is a police standing guard outside the building. Don't try to approach it. As soon as you step on the ladder, the police uncle will stop you. Don't be too curious, cause troubles, language barriers, and unclear explanations.
Very down-to-earth, the food tastes a bit heavier
It looks like an outdated version of old Shanghai, but the scenery is beautiful and the colonial cultural landscape is still good.