Ho Chi Minh City Central Post Office was built in the late 19th century. The interior of the hall is magnificently decorated and the dome is full of classical flavor. The business counter is on both sides of the hall, and the ring benches, souvenir counters and long desks are in turn in the middle from outside to inside. A huge portrait of President Ho Chi Minh hangs in the middle of the wall at the end of the hall. There is a large hand-drawn map on the wall on both sides of the entrance door of the hall, which is said to have been drawn by French geographers. There are five telephone compartments in a row below the hand-drawn map, and a clock on the door of each compartment showing the time of major cities. Architectural features of the Central Post Office: dome, circular window, magnificent chandelier, wall lamp and pillar decoration.