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Our hotel we stayed in is on this street. The street has a lot to offer the visitor with a variety of merchandise on offer. We found a small mart for buying bottled water. It’s easy to find your way around here to book tours...More
Stayed in District 1, loved being in the hub. Very busy, great shopping. Scary crossing the street, best with eyes closed and letting the traffic (mainly scooters) avoid you, LOL. IMO, don't bargain too hard, these people still need to earn a living. Lovely, warm...More
Will say you can see a variety of eateries and what I liked coffee shops. Of course visiting the Post Office, Notre Dame Cathedral (sorry caught this when remodeling it, but able to see the outside) and other sites on Paris Square was well worth...More
There's a lot of good vibes up and down this street. There is an abundance of restaurants both international and local. On Sunday nights , the locals cruise a loop on their motorbikes with their families all decked out.
From magnificent silk fashion items to top end fashion , this street offers everything for everyone. From Notre Dame Catherdal to the Majestic Hotel or Esplanade.
Your choice is yours between 5 Star accomodation down to 3 Star.. This street with its tree lined footpath...More
There are so many hotels, cafes, restaurants even malls here. So you will never bored if your type is urban traveler. Really close with some main attractions such as Saigon Opera House, Saigon City Hall, Notredame Cathedral, Saigon Central Post Office, etc. You can reach...More
From designer shops to small souvenir shops and even street sellers with fake designer T shirts. The grand opera house is at the end. Beware of motor cycles as you cross the road as traffic is manic and rules seem not to apply.