A century-old Hindu temple in Sai Gon

Built in the late 19th century by the first Indian migrants who settled down in Sai Gon to do business, the Indian goddess temple called Mariamman Temple in District 1 is a worshiping ... Continue Reading →

Mekong Delta to improve tourism services

The number of tourists to the Mekong Delta has increased significantly as many tourism programmes have been successful over the last year, according to provincial authorities. Many ... Continue Reading →

Saigon Fruit Fair, a new rendezvous for Saigonese

Saigon Fruit Fair in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 4 has emerged as a new destination for local youths and budget-conscious consumers to take a sightseeing tour, purchase a wide range ... Continue Reading →

10 things to do in Saigon

The whirlwind formally known as Saigon is a hot, noisy, dynamic city that rarely sleeps, with a complex history and plenty of culture to soak up. Here are 10 ways to make the most of ... Continue Reading →

Get lost in Saigon Vietnam

In less than a decade, Saigon Vietnam has transformed itself into a dynamic Asian boomtown. Everything here is exotic, unique, and absolutely worth discovering. You will get lost in ... Continue Reading →

A wonderful trip on the Mekong Delta

We just got back from a two-day private tour to Mekong Delta spending the night in a homestay (which was pre-arranged by Mrs Trang of Eviva tour). Different from the previous trip, ... Continue Reading →

French-themed buffet night at Saigon Café Restaurant

Saigon Café on level 1 of the Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers will host a French-themed buffet night on June 16-17. Gastronomers can savor smashed avocado salad, whole roasted ... Continue Reading →

Saigon’s most notorious prison

The Ho Chi Minh City General Library (District 1), which is the Saigon Grand Prison – the horrors of prisoners and the public with the public death penalty, the guillotine has ... Continue Reading →

Tour connecting HCM City museums to open

The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Council recently had a working to survey ideas for the city’s tourism development in connection with museums. At the working, leaders of departments, ... Continue Reading →

Street of Japanese cuisine in Saigon

The Japanese street has many restaurants. Behind sliding doors is a space for Japanese cuisine that makes native Japanese feel as if they are in their own country. There is a big difference ... Continue Reading →