Tao Dan Cultural Park in HCM City's District 1 has long been an entertainment and recreational venue for Saigonese.
Cho Lon is located at Tran Hung Dao Street, District 5, Ho Chi Minh City.
Ben Thanh Market is situated at the intersection of Le Loi Avenue, Ham Nghi Avenue, Tran Hung Dao Avenue and Le Lai Street, 700m south-west of the Rex Hotel.
About in the middle of 19th century, eighteen betel garden hamlets gathered at Hoc Mon area (now in Ho Chi Minh city).
Once known as the Museum of Chinese and American War Crimes, the War Remnants Museum (Add: 28 Vo Van Tan street; Tel: 930 5587) is now the museum in HCMC most popular with Western tourists. Many of the atrocities documented here were well publicised in the West, but rarely do Westerners have the opportunity to hear the victims of US military action tell their own story.
Vietnam History Museum is located on No. 2 Nguyen Binh Khiem Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City. Through the different exhibits that can be seen, the museum portrays Vietnam’s history from ancient times (approximately 300,000 years ago) up to the 1930s, when Vietnam’s Communist Party was founded.
Visiting the Cu Chi Tunnels provides a better understanding of the prolonged resistance war of the Vietnamese people and also of the persistent and clever character of the Vietnamese nation.