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When it comes to ‘hectic’ Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) is where it’s at. High-intensity, a frenetic activity that has propelled the city ahead. The city’s explosive atmosphere gives it life and attracts residents and tourists seeking a dynamic Asian metropolis. Explore ancient backstreets and incense-filled temples, then stop at posh shopping centers nestled under modern skyscrapers. Buildings that saw a city in upheaval a decade ago still stand, but the true beauty of the urban collage that is the former Saigon is how the old and new have been woven together.
Let’s start our trip by heading to the historic Cu Chi Tunnels, which served as underground passageways in the past (but are not recommended for individuals who suffer from claustrophobia). The Vietnam War and the first Indochina War are the focus of the War Remnants Museum. While the Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of the Immaculate, often known as Notre Dame Cathedral of Saigon, was constructed between 1877 and 1883.
Constructed between 1877 and 1883, Notre Dame Cathedral of Saigon is the Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception. The Museum of Fine Arts in Ho Chi Minh City is a war museum that also features contemporary art and historical artifacts.
Explore Saigon, Vietnam’s capital city, during the era of French colonial rule. Let the city’s specters frighten you as you explore its alleys and rooftops. Fans of Vietnamese rolls owe it to themselves to visit Ho Chi Minh and learn more about this beautiful country and its fascinating past.
Spend your hard-earned cash on various fabrics, crafts, native fruits, and nuts at the magnificent Ben Thanh Market. In addition to being a staple of the Vietnamese diet, noodle soup is a popular and nutritious meal across the country. Soup and hot pot dishes come in wide varieties and may be served at any meal of the day. Soup with either rice or vermicelli noodles with your choice of meat (chicken, beef, or pig).
Looking to shake up your routine? Warn the family since we’ll be taking a day trip to the Mekong Delta to enjoy a cruise as we see some of Ho Chi Minh City’s historic “gems” throughout the day. Tourists taking out one of the traditional wooden boats will get a firsthand look at the villager’s handiwork. In addition, the Mekong River offers day cruises that take you past floating marketplaces, temples, colonial buildings, and much more. Don’t forget to reserve your flight to the cultural mecca that is Ho Chi Minh City for your next vacation.