Saigon is the most hustling and bustling city in Vietnam. Coming to Saigon, you can discover its beauty through ancient architecture constructions, lifestyle of local people on streets,… Especially, the city looks much different at night than it does in the daytime from the lights of the red paper laterns in Cholon to the amazing view of the Saigon river at night on Thu Thiem bridge.
What to do?
Massage, local dinner, sights and a happening rooftop bar is indeed a great way to experience Saigon by Night.
Where to see a nice view?
Walking on the streets, by cylos, by bicyle, by bus or riding your motorbike is the easy way to look surprising views on full of light streets.
Moreover, you can experience the rush of friving down the newly built Saigon and gaze the magnificient Bitexco – one of the tallest buildings in Vietnam. From here, visitors can whole view of Saigon, the crowds of people at many of the makeshift sidewalk cafes that magically appear at night.
If you can visit Central Post Office, the War Museum, the Independence Palace, Ben Thanh Market, etc. only at daytime, there are also some places that you can see only at night. Hence, Saigon is a non-sleeping city, just like Hong Kong, Singapore.
It was a great experience to join the tour with the local people who are friendly, enthusiast and hospitable. You can walk along the Nguyen Hue street or a few parks (Tao Dan park, 23/9 park,…) in the city centre. It’s more interesting as you join group of young people who often perform types of street culture: singing, dancing, playing instruments,…
Try to taste street food
Night is the time for street food stalls, beside of restaurants. Would it be more interesting with exciting sights, enjoying delicious food and laughing with new friends?
Saigon is a gathered city of various region and culture: Eastern and Western. If you would like to taste Chinese cuisine, you should visit Chinatown; Vietnamese and Western food in District 1, 3, 4,..
Have a chance, you should deep into the native parts of Ho Chi Minh City and take through countless food stands and night markets. You are able to try over half a dozen native dishes, and the Pho & sweet soup were absolutely incredible!
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