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I first came here in 1998 and every visit I make an effort to enjoy the Sau Rieng smoothie and every time they look at me like a crazed foreigner. So they give me a small spoon of Durian ice cream and I go yum!...More
The river walk is lovely, even in the rain. Great to have a stroll down from the Statue and just spend some time watching the boats go by on the river.
The green area is relatively well-kept but watch out for slippery floors when it’s...More
The hardest part of the walk is crossing, the incredibly busy made road, the main problem is the scooters/buses/trucks/cars get a sped up, once crossed it is actually quite peaceful (with the background noise of course), be sure to stop and admire the cannons/guns pointing...More
We went walking here during the night after having a meal at Ganesh Restaurant which was walking distance from here
It was quite dead by the time we had reached here and I had expected to be much more lively.. also it was very difficult...More
The Bach Dang location -with boats on river picture- mentioned in Trip advisor seems wrong. Bach Dang Pier - Bus stop Ton Duc Thang - opposite of Liberty Central Saigon Riverside hotel- is the actual attraction which is on the banks of River Saigon. This...More
This is quite a simple park by the harbor, where you can watch the beautiful cruise on the river. I visited this place in late afternoon, it was cool and windy, and I managed to see the sky turned dark and the city lit up....More