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- Private room
I love to travel , i also enjoy a comfortable and cosy space to relax and recharge energy for my trip. That’s why, i made this homestay and happy to share it for you. My house is located in a very central corner of Ho Chi Minh City. My house is a perfect combination of Western Rustic and Vietnamese natural decor. Welcome to enjoy my space. Why stay my house? - Free self laundry service - Fully equipped with queen bed, private bathroom & kitchen area. - High speed Wifi. -Self- check in.
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- Quận 4
Căn hộ Studio hiện đại, đầy đủ nội thất. Chỉ cách trung tâm thành phố vài phút di chuyển. Quý khách được sử dụng phòng tập gym và hồ bơi vô cực miễn phí. A modern and well-equipped studio apartment. Just few minutes away from main tourist attractions like Ben Thanh Market, Pham Ngu Lao and Bui Vien Street. Free access to swimming pool and gym. FREE LUGGAGE STORAGE are available upon request. LONG TERM LEASE (>1 Month) AVAILABLE - Please contact us for more details.
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- Pham Ngu Lao
• Rooms and common area are sterilized with 70% alcohol between guests • Travelling safely is the most important thing!! • Local, safe, cultural neighbourhood. • Spotlessly clean • Full of local restaurants and street food down the road • 24/7 check-in check-out • Fully-equipped kitchen • No curfew. Entering home with keycard • 24/7 camera surveillance in hall way • Elevator • Working desk • High speed WIFI • Free use washer
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Your guide to Ho Chi Minh City
All About Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon, is a metropolis in the south of Vietnam that boasts sleek skyscrapers, fine dining restaurants, and fashion boutiques. Yet the city’s greatest charm remains its street life: the sounds of scooters buzzing through traffic, the smell of bubbling vats from street vendor stands, and the sight of crowded alleys and bustling markets. Remnants of the French colonial occupation of Ho Chi Minh City linger in the architecture of buildings such as the Notre Dame Cathedral and the gothic Central Post Office. Ornate temples and pagodas pay testament to the long influence of Buddhism here.
Pham Ngu Lao Street is the city’s entertainment hub, with rooftop bars offering city views and restaurants featuring a mix of cuisines. At Tan Tao Park, you’ll find street stalls selling ca phe sua da — iced coffee with condensed milk. Ho Chi Minh City is the gateway to the Mekong Delta, and its many waterways are home to floating markets where vendors fill the river with boats selling goods as varied as banh mi sandwiches and fresh pineapple.
How do I get around Ho Chi Minh City?
Tan Son Nhat International Airport (SGN) is Ho Chi Minh City’s main airport. The airport is just four miles from the city center, and there are many minibuses and metered taxis available to take you to vacation rentals in Ho Chi Minh City. Ensure that your taxi driver has an official name badge and has turned the meter on before accepting a ride. Another option is to rent a car at the airport, although the city’s traffic is fast-paced and dense, so it can be challenging for drivers who aren’t accustomed to it. When you arrive in Ho Chi Minh City, you’ll see bicycles and motorcycles zipping around all over. They are available to rent, but these modes of transportation also take some skill. A better option may be to hail a motorcycle taxi in the street and negotiate an hourly rate. There are also public buses, which do get crowded.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Ho Chi Minh City?
Ho Chi Minh City has two seasons — the dry season and the monsoon season. The most enjoyable time to visit the city may be during the dry season, from December to April, as temperatures are warm yet the humidity is low. The famous Lantern Festival is a spectacular sight, when lanterns made by children are lit all over the city and sent up to the sky. The festival takes place on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month on the Chinese calendar, which is usually in September or October. The monsoon season normally takes over from May to November, so you can expect hot and humid days, as well as a high chance of rainfall and thunderstorms. During the Southern Fruit Festival, which takes place in Suoi Tien Park in July, colorful floats filled with local fruits parade through the park.
What are the top things to do in Ho Chi Minh City?
Giac Lam Pagoda
Giac Lam Pagoda is the oldest temple in the city, dating back to 1744. This hexagon-shaped pagoda is 100 feet high, and you can climb to the top for views of the city. The temple sits in a traditional garden, and at its entrance, you will find a lovely bodhi tree — a native fig tree sacred to Buddhists. You can walk around the grounds and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere here.
Ben Thanh Market
Housed in a beautiful 17th-century building in District 1, Ben Thanh Market is one of the largest markets in the city. Come here for cheap and wildly savory local dishes like pork rice rolls (banh cuon), savory fried pancakes (banh xeo), and mixed-meat noodle soup (hu tieu) as well as traditional sweets (che). You’ll also find locally made clothes and hats, bags, shoes, and many handmade items.
Nguyen Hue Walking Street
Take a stroll along this pedestrian street, which begins at the Saigon River and stretches to City Hall. Along this broad promenade, you’ll spot French-influenced architecture, an impressive fountain show, and a 50-foot bronze statue of the former president whom the city is named after. There are plenty of benches where you can stop and admire the surroundings, as well as cafes and restaurants.