Ben Thanh Market: This market was built in 1914, and also the first must-see attraction for tourist to take many lively pictures of local market activities. You can find out many things over there: kitchen equipment, souvenirs, garments, foods, fruits, etc.
Saigon Notre Dame Basilica: In the 1870s, J. Bourad designed this beautiful basilica with the special neo-Romanesque architecture and materials imported from France. It is also called as “Saigon church” or “Virgin Mary church” and a favorite place for local couples to take pre-wedding photo shot.
Saigon Central Post Office: Its architecture will surprise you at the first time. Built in 1891, and not designed and constructed by Gustave Eiffel (who designed the famous Eiffel Tower) but Alfred Foulhoux.
War Remnants Museum OR Reunification Palace: Visit War Museum if you are a history lover to know more about the American war in Vietnam. Reunification Palace is a landmark of Saigon for its history and architecture values.
Jade Emperor Pagoda: Built in 1909 by the Chinese community, it’s the most impressive spiritual place for local worshippers to pray for their career or love, especially for having babies. Visit here is a great chance for you to discover the real Asian worship culture.