Ho Chi Minh City sightseeing tours, adventure & cultural tours.
The average temperature in Ho Chi Minh City from November to April is good, with low precipitation from January to March, making it suitable for traffic and visit, while May to October is rainy, with very hot temperatures and sometimes strong typhoons.
Ho Chi Minh City has no distinctive seasons, but only dry and rainy seasons, from November to April, the dry season, which is the most visited time, and from June to October, the rainy season, so remember to bring rain gear.
If you want to save money, you should avoid the peak periods mentioned above; if you want to have a pleasure experience in the city, then you should prepare your pocket.
1. The climate in Ho Chi Minh City is warm and humid, no winter clothing is needed throughout the year.
2. There are many motorbikes in Ho Chi Minh City and traffic is chaotic, so please observe the local traffic rules and walk safely. You should also take care of your money and belongings, especially your backpack and camera, to avoid being robbed.
3. Ho Chi Minh City is a tropical area with hot weather, which is conducive to the proliferation of insects and the spread of diseases. It is recommended to bring along a good amount of anti-inflammatory and anti-diarrhoeal medication to prevent mosquito bites and diarrhoea.
1. Saigon Central Post Office
This post office is located next to the Notre Dame Cathedral in Saigon. It was built by France between 1886 and 1891 in a French style to match its surroundings. Today, the post office is one of Ho Chi Minh City's most famous landmarks and attracts many visitors. Here you can buy postcards of Vietnamese attractions, small souvenirs and the like.
2. Notre Dame Cathedral
Notre Dame Cathedral is located in the centre of Ho Chi Minh City and is nicknamed the Red Cathedral. It's the largest church in the city. The two 40-metre bell towers are modelled on those of Notre Dame de Paris, and all the materials are French, with the bricks on the facade coming from Marseille.
3. Mekong River
4. Reunification Palace
5. Pham Hgu Lao
By plane (Tan Son Nhat International Airport)
Tan Son Nhat International Airport (triple code: SGN) is the largest airport in Vietnam. It is located 40 km from the city.
Trains are one of the main transport links between Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi. The railway runs 1730 km south from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City, connecting all major cities in the country. From Hanoi, the train travels south through Hue, Da Nang, Nha Trang and Dalat before arriving in Ho Chi Minh City.
Pham Ngu Lao Street is a backpacker's paradise. It is close to Tan Son Nhat Airport and downtown Ho Chi Minh City. You can easily get out and walk to all kinds of food and shops, and there are also various travel agencies, so if you want to join a day trip or go to other cities, it is extremely convenient to book a bus.
The downside is that it can be noisy at night, and for safety, it is not recommended to go out at night.
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