b'Guest room in Bn Thnh, deluxe and private 1 queen bed, 1 bathroom for 2 guests'
Rental basis: Room with own facilities
Number of bedrooms: 1; Number of other rooms with beds: 0
Welcome to our guest house you and me, here is the right place to stay. We are located right in the middle of the city, but still away from the noise. You can walk to many attraction from the guest house, within 5 minutes to Tao Dan park and Bùi Viện phạm ngũ lão walking street. To walk it takes only 15 minutes to Ben Thanh Market and the War Remnants Museum. Our guest house is brand new, we have 17 rooms so please check our other listing if this one is booked! We can offer a very clean, modern and safe environment.
Ho Chi Minh City (saigon) is the business and financial hub of Vietnam, with a prominent history going back hundreds of years. ... Today, Ho Chi Minh City is a popular tourist destination due to its fascinating culture, classic French architecture, and sleek skyscrapers as well as ornate temples and pagodas.
Cu Chi Tunnels. About 60 kilometers from Ho Chi Minh City, the Cu Chi Tunnels are a must-see half-day trip and one of the top tours for visitors to the city. This vast 250-kilometer-plus network of tunnels served as the base for the Viet Cong's military operations during the Vietnam War.
The most famous religious landmark in the city, the Notre Dame Cathedral was constructed by French colonists between 1863 andThe cathedral features Romanesque architectural features, with a distinct red-brick aspect, stained glass windows and twin bell towers measuring 58 metres. A statue of Virgin Mary stands tall in front of the church.
Like the Ben Thanh, the Binh Tay Market offers a lot of a little of everything, including fresh produce and local handicrafts. The Binh Tay Market is located in Saigon’s Chinatown area and is actually a distribution hub for many of Saigon’s clothing and food items, so visitors may discover that some of the items available in the hundreds of the market’s stalls may only be for sale to wholesalers. Visitors who arrive at the Binh Tay Market early in the morning may get a chance to peruse the fresh food items that are available in the outdoor “wet market,” including fish and produce. There is also a food court in the Binh Tay Market where visitors can sample local delicacies and street food.
The Saigon Central Post Office is not just a stunning building; it is also one of Ho Chi Minh’s oldest structures. Construction on this building, which was designed by Gustave Eiffel, began inThis concourse of this grand building features several painted maps, and there is also a mosaic of the country’s former president, Ho Chi Minh, at the end of the large hall. This building, which features an elegant high vaulted ceiling, a beautiful tiled floor, and old-fashioned phone booths, is an actual working post office and is free to visit. There are also shops in the Saigon Central Post Office where visitors can purchase postcards and other souvenirs.
Rental Basis: Room with own facilities
Elevator in building, Towels (free), Free toiletries, No heating, No parking, No swimming pool, No washing machine,
Wheelchair Access: No