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Previously know as Saigon, the city was later renamed Ho Chi Minh City to commemorate the nation’s revolutionary hero, Ho Chi Minh. Located in the south of Vietnam, it is the largest and the most populated city of the country, and also renown as one of the most popular holiday destinations in South-East Asia. The city’s skyline is filled with modern skyscrapers that loom over bustle streets crammed with motorcycles, French colonial style buildings, ancient pagodas and crowded markets. This unique blend casts an attractive appeal to this dynamic city and makes it truly remarkable destination.
Though Ho Chi Minh City offers a numerous choices of travel attractions, there are some places that always on the must list of all visitors. Take a visit to Giac Lam pagoda, the oldest pagoda in Ho Chi Minh City, Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica - the French-built Catholic Cathedral on Han Tuyen Road, one of the most majestic buildings in town, or remind Vietnam War’s harsh time at the War Remnant Museum where you can see exhibitions of photographs and a collection of military equipments used during the period. If you keen to catch for bargains or see culture and the daily life of the locals, there would be no better place than Ben Thanh market.
About 40 km northwest of Ho Chi Minh City located Cu Chi Tunnel, an amazing underground labyrinth from Vietnam War period. It made up of 250 km of tunnels and chambers, and plays a vital role during the war, allowing the Viet Cong to control a large rural area close to Ho Chi Minh City. Down south located “the rice bowl of Vietnam” - Mekong Delta, the fertile ground famous for its canals and agricultural products. Hop on a boat and experience a fascinating cruise along a vast network of canals and visit the floating markets to buy some odds and ends.
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