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Considered as “A pearl of the Far-east” in the late 19th and the early 20th century, Saigon or Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) renamed in 1976 has become one of the most evenful city of Vietnam with over 8 million residents. Nowadays, because of fast growing rate and urbanizing, Saigon becomes a modern city with majestic skyscrapers and crowed metropolitan areas. If you are a person who loves lively nightlife, Ho Chi Minh City is certainly a right place for you. Never get bored because there are various types of activities at night. Coffee shops opening 24/7, night bars and clubs, night markets, movie theaters or live concerts are diverse options you can choose. Besides, French style appears vaguely or intermittently in several buildings such as Saigon Notre- Dame or Saigon Opera House also makes you deeply impressed. However, visit Ho Chi Minh City, you still can marvel at unobtrusive images of local people, food stalls in the streets, small coffee shops along the pavements or Eastern style pagodas, etc. It likes a found of peace and tranquil in your soul among chaotic and busy lifestyle of Saigon people. The best time to visit Ho Chi Minh City is dry season lasting from December to April when you can enjoy your journey with moderate humidity and temperature.


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