Turbulent history, chaotic but beautiful streets, and a gateway to a fascinating landscape, Ho Chi Minh City is guaranteed to take your breath away. Get there comfortably with business class flights to Ho Chi Minh City before being encompassed in the sights and smells of Vietnam.
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Housed in Gai Long Palace, the Ho Chi Minh City Museum is a good place to start to learn about the city and its surrounding area. Often less crowded than some of the other museums, it holds exhibits on nature, the geography, and both the industrial history and more recent war history of the city tending to not depict the atrocities as starkly as some of its counterparts.
In comparison, the War Remnants Museum contains photographic exhibitions that are not for the faint-hearted, as well as artefacts and weaponry from the Vietnam War and Indochina Wars. Delving into the American occupation, the museum tends to be very one-sided in its blame, but does a good job of creating an eye-opening experience to the atrocities of war.
The upmarket and visually appealing facades of Dong Khoi Street stretches from the Saigon River through District 1. With fantastic examples of colonial architecture, it is perfect to spend a day visiting its many attractions, doing some shopping, or escaping the humidity in the bars.
Begin at the northern end where the Reunification Palace (formerly the Independence Palace) and the striking Notre Dame Cathedral dominate the landscape, before heading past the Ho Chi Minh City Museum, the Continental Hotel, the Opera House, the Caravelle Hotel, the Central Post Office, and the Hotel de Ville.
The history of this street is intertwined with the city, from the French Colonial architecture, to the go-go bars the American soldiers used during its occupation, to the consumerism that now encapsulates the modern day Vietnam.
With an immense network of underground tunnels, often connecting to tunnels spanning the entire country, the Cu Chi Tunnels must be seen to be believed! Located to the northwest of Ho Chi Minh City, half day tours including transport and entry fees provide visitors insights into the uses the Viet Cong and civilians had for this impressive system.
From hiding spots for the VC, stores of food and weaponry, hospitals, and living quarters, to places entire villages of civilians could be housed to stay safe, these tunnels were an integral aspect of the Vietnam War and the survival of the nation’s people.
Insider’s Tip: Visitors can crawl through a 100m section of the tunnels but should be aware that they are extremely cramped and require a decent level of fitness.
See a true cross section of Vietnamese society and find yourself some amazing bargains at the same time! The Ben Thanh Markets (Cho) are the most popular and definitely the busiest in the city, with locals and tourists alike weaving through the stalls piled high with everything from food, clothing, and souvenirs on offer.
During the evening, the markets transform into a bustling night food market where traditional dishes and drinks can be sampled and bought. Make sure to combine your meal with a cup of traditional coffee, a delicacy that the Vietnamese people have redefined and perfected!
Insider’s Tip: All variety of souvenirs can be found including lanterns, fans, scarves, bowls and chopsticks, and “lucky” cats, but be aware that these markets are priced for tourists and haggling with pay dividends.
After the long flights to Ho Chi Minh City, the Park Hyatt Saigon is perfectly located in the heart of the city making everything at your fingertips. Offers 5 meeting rooms of varying layouts and sizes as well as versatile function areas this hotel is perfectly suited to your business needs.
Situated on Dong Khio Street, the Continental Hotel is a step back in time but not quality. With an emphasis on service, this hotel will impress colleagues and clients alike.
Experience Vietnam and all it can offer by visiting the surrounding areas south of Ho Chi Minh City on a day trip, including the villages in the Mekong Delta. Alternatively, include a beach break into your Vietnam itinerary at Nha Trang and relax on beautiful beaches in front of luxury accommodations. Further afield, the cultural heart of the country, Hoi An and Hue, are a highlight on the path between Ho Chi Minh City and the capital Hanoi, where the natural beauty of Halong Bay leaves many speechless.
Business flights to Ho Chi Minh City and on to Australia or New Zealand means travellers can get the best of both worlds, combining business with a few days of leisure, and this city also can be used as a stepping stone to South East Asian cities such as Bangkok and Singapore, as well as Chinese cities such as Shanghai and Hong Kong.
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