Ho Chi Minh City

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Perhaps the most interesting aspect of the History Museum is the building in which it is housed, which dates back to 1929 and blends both European colonial and Oriental design features. — Frommer's
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Formerly the "Museum of American War Crimes," the place is now euphemistically titled the "War Remnants Museum. — Concierge
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Eclectic Ben Thanh is the polar opposite of a sterile American supermarket. — Concierge
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If you need to send a letter, the city's central post office combines the functional with the aesthetic. — Michelin Guide
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Standing in the middle of a verdant garden, the Giac Lam pagoda rises majestically above the skyline of Ho Chi Minh City. — Michelin Guide
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This museum occupies the premises of a former shipping company. — Michelin Guide
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With incense swirling through the air and statues of dragons, fierce animals and wild birds looming all around you, this temple...is certainly atmospheric. — Afar Magazine
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The building is deeply associated with the fall of Saigon in 1975, yet it's the overblown kitsch detailing and period motifs that steal the show. — Lonely Planet
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4 reviews
As you enter this temple of commerce in Cholon, the city's shopping district par excellence, you will be swallowed up by the swell of stallholders, customers and porters jammed into its aisles. — Michelin Guide
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Located at the northern end of the Le Duan Boulevard, these gardens provide an oasis of greenery and tranquillity compared with the hustle and bustle of the city. — Michelin Guide
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3 reviews
This gorgeous 19th-century temple is dedicated to the goddess Thien Hau, and always attracts a mix of worshippers and visitors who mingle beneath the large coils of incense suspended overhead. — Lonely Planet
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Built in the early 20C on the site of a communal house, this temple is one of the most attractively decorated in Cholon. — Michelin Guide
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The Ho Chi Minh City Museum highlights via a varied collection of military vehicles and equipment the struggle undertaken by Vietnamese Communists from the 1930s onwards to run the country. — Michelin Guide
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Like many other pagodas built by Fujian congregations, this one is dedicated to Thien Hau, goddess of the sea and protector of fisherfolk and sailors. — Fodor's
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One of the city's most attractive green spaces is 10-hectare Tao Dan Park, its bench-lined walks shaded with avenues of towering tropical trees, including flame trees and vast Sao Den and So Khi trees. — Lonely Planet
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Gracing the intersection of Ð Dong Khoi and ÐL Le Loi, this grand colonial edifice with a sweeping staircase was built in 1897 and is one of the city's most recognisable buildings. — Lonely Planet
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The 68-storey, 262m-high, Carlos Zapata-designed skyscraper dwarfs all around it. — Lonely Planet
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One of Cholon’s most active and colourful temples, this shrine was founded in the early 19th century. — Lonely Planet
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