What To Do In Saigon
Every weekend comes, do you think this weekend should go out or at home? You are too familiar with places like Notre Dame Cathedral, Ben Thanh Market, Nguyen Hue Walking Street, Thao Cam Vien Park…. So let’s join us to discover other interesting and unique places in Saigon! What To Do In Saigon.
Tan Dinh Church
Address: 289 Hai Ba Trung, Ward 8, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City
As soon as you see Tan Dinh church, you will be “fascinated” by the pink wall. This is one of the most beautiful architecture churches in the city, a combination of Gothic and Roman architectural styles. In addition, with a Baroque little mix of decorative features.
Jade Emperor Temple
Address: 73 Mai Thi Luu, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
The architecture of the Chinese-style Jade Emperor Temple is brightly decorated. As soon as you see the temple gate, you will be surprised by the three-door gate which features curving waves of the two dragons in a posture “rival the sun “.
In the temple worship Quan The Am Bodhisattva, Dai The Chi Bodhisattva, in addition to worshiping many familiar Chinese gods.
Museum of 3D Artinus paintings
Address: 02-4 Street No. 9, Him Lam New Urban Area, Tan Hung Ward, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City
This is a museum that attracts many people of all ages because of its originality and uniqueness. Moreover, you can check-in with legendary angel wings or stand with big bears.
An Dong market
Address: 34-36 An Duong Vuong, Ward 9, District 5, Ho Chi Minh City
If you are too familiar with Ben Thanh market, then try to change once experience to An Dong market. Similarly, located in An Dong commercial center, this considers the biggest market of quality clothes in Saigon with a variety of models and extremely reasonable prices.
RinRin Park Koi Fish Park
Address: Tran Van Muoi, Hoc Mon, Ho Chi Minh City
When you arrive here, you’ll see the colorful big stone. According to its name, the park creates winding lakes, cool rocks. Last but not least, inside there are many types of Koi carp with colorful from big to small swimming in each herd. These fishes are extremely friendly, just keep your hands close to the water and they swim back, wrapping you up so cute.
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