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All reviews beautiful building nguyen hue street hotel de ville lit up at night city hall walking street french colonial building wide pedestrian designer shops worth taking a look large statue beautiful at night rex hotel great architecture take photos photo opportunity walk around
This is the administrative body of Ho Chi Minh city. The French style building with three bell towers was built in 1898 and inaugurated in 1909.
This square is 640 meters long and leads to Bach Dang wharf.
There are a statue of President Ho...More
Iconic building of Saigon. It is a huge full block structure, with a lovely architecture and well maintained with a cream pastel painting and red roof. The building is located in front of the statue of Ho Chi Minh and Nguyen Hue Street.
This is, without a doubt, a quite beautiful building however, as you cannot enter it really has very limited interest. Like the vast majority of Saigon. Worth no more than a minute or two of your life unfortunately.
Located at one end of Nguyen Hue Street this French colonial style building really stands out and takes pride of place here. Its a pity that the public dont have access to see inside. I recommend you make sure you get to see it all...More
Saigon serves many French memories and this one is one of the highlights, we were not allowed to enter but even the outside of the building is beautiful enough to put time on that, very beautiful peaceful and you can imagine the french period.
Every time I visit Saigon I always enjoy the old Architecture mainly coming from the French period and this building comes of number one. It is more impressive now that they have turned Nguyen Hue Street into a mall. Strangely enough, in all my visits...More