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All reviews beautiful building souvenir shops notre dame cathedral old building buy stamps french architecture nice architecture worth a visit quick visit quick look inside the building for sale postcards telephone atms functioning letter
The post office is just beside Notre Dame Cathedral. It is best to visit at the same time. We tried to send postcards to some family and friends. There were lots of souvenirs inside. It was a great experience for the children who are not...More
It is a great place for architecture lover, love the upper design of the building.
It has only one counter for selling stamp and other counter for parcel. Others would be souvenir, bought a post cards for 5000 dong per pc which is a standard...More
This well preserved peace of history still functions today as a post office come market with many different shop stalls throughout. Popular with the tourists it is worth a check out. The building alone is impressive and stylish in its colonial splendour.
This was by far the longest queu as the rest of the post office functions had multiple desks buying stamps had only one.. this is a very touristic place and yet it has not adjusted. Buy your stamps elsewhere if you can and just come...More
A good place for taking photos and opposite it is the city cathedral! You should walk inside and take a few photos with the arch inside and the roof's bright color looks so good and stands out! It is also a good place to buy...More
The Central Post Office in Ho Chi Minh city was constructed between 1886 and 1891 and once inside, the looping arches, intricately designed marble floors and antiquated telephone boxes all serve as a reminder of the importance the post office played in days before email...More
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I remember those banks of phones in Post Offices across Europe, back in the day! Not needed now in the Mobile Phone generation! Great to see they haven't removed them - a great colonial experience until you look up at Uncle... More
I remember those banks of phones in Post Offices across Europe, back in the day! Not needed now in the Mobile Phone generation! Great to see they haven't removed them - a great colonial experience until you look up at Uncle Ho smiling benignly from on high!