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Caffeine Coffee
The Vietnamese coffee with Phin and more to try the best coffee in Vietnam.
This is the best coffee because we supply the best food
Caffeine Coffe
948 Trường Sa
This is the best coffee because we supply the best food
Local foods
Best place for trying " Cơm Tấm" in Vietnam. You can eat for lunch, dinner.
Cơm Tấm Cali
235 Hoàng Diệu
Best place for trying " Cơm Tấm" in Vietnam. You can eat for lunch, dinner.
Best local food with grilled beef, in lolot lea "Thịt bò nướng lá lốt ("grilled beef, in lolot leaf") or thịt bò lá lốt ("beef, leaf of lolot"), bò nướng lá lốt is a dish consisting of Vietnamese beef in lolot leaves, which are called "betel" leaves by some English magazines. The leaves smell spicy but have a medicinal taste.[1] The food is often served or sold at barbecues.[2] There is a northern version called chả lá lốt using pork instead of beef and often pan-fried instead of grilled. In Southern Vietnam, the lolot leaf is also called "Lá lốp".
Quán Ăn Cô Liêng
321 Võ Văn Tần
Best local food with grilled beef, in lolot lea "Thịt bò nướng lá lốt ("grilled beef, in lolot leaf") or thịt bò lá lốt ("beef, leaf of lolot"), bò nướng lá lốt is a dish consisting of Vietnamese beef in lolot leaves, which are called "betel" leaves by some English magazines. The leaves smell spicy but have a medicinal taste.[1] The food is often served or sold at barbecues.[2] There is a northern version called chả lá lốt using pork instead of beef and often pan-fried instead of grilled. In Southern Vietnam, the lolot leaf is also called "Lá lốp".
Best seafood and very spicy in D4
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Ốc Oanh
534 Vĩnh Khánh
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Best seafood and very spicy in D4
Famous wrap and roll, best food in Vietnam
Wrap&Roll 62 Hai Bà Trưng
62 Hai Bà Trưng
Famous wrap and roll, best food in Vietnam
where you can eat " Banh Mi" the best local food in Vietnam. However, this brand is expensive but they have a lot of meat. You can try Banh mi at any place in street where has a best local food.
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Bánh Mì Hồng Hoa
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where you can eat " Banh Mi" the best local food in Vietnam. However, this brand is expensive but they have a lot of meat. You can try Banh mi at any place in street where has a best local food.
The favorites food in Vietnam after Banh mi
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Pho Quynh
323 Phạm Ngũ Lão
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The favorites food in Vietnam after Banh mi
Shopping
Where for shopping and eating
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Takashimaya Vietnam
92-94 Nam Kỳ Khởi Nghĩa
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Where for shopping and eating
Nice supermarket from Korea
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Lotte Mart
469 Đường Nguyễn Hữu Thọ
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Nice supermarket from Korea
Best supermarket from Singapore
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SC VivoCity
1058 Nguyễn Văn Linh
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Best supermarket from Singapore
Coffee
The famous coffee chain in Vietnam for working and workshop
The Coffee House - Phạm Ngũ Lão
159 Phạm Ngũ Lão
The famous coffee chain in Vietnam for working and workshop
Most favorite Milk Tea from Singapore
KOI Thé
108 Hồ Tùng Mậu
Most favorite Milk Tea from Singapore
Famous coffee in Vietnam
HighLands Coffee Dinh Độc Lập
135 Nam Kỳ Khởi Nghĩa
Famous coffee in Vietnam
Place to enjoy the Hanoi coffee in Saigon
Cộng Cà phê
Place to enjoy the Hanoi coffee in Saigon
wet market
Where you can know how local people buy food and more
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Xom Chieu Market
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Where you can know how local people buy food and more
Chợ Lớn (About this soundlisten, Chinese:堤岸), usually Anglicized as "Cholon" in English sources, is a quarter of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It lies on the west bank of the Saigon River, having Bình Tây Market as its central market. Chợ Lớn consists of the western half of District 5 as well as several adjoining neighborhoods in District 6 and District 11. The quarter has long been inhabited by Chinese people, and is considered the largest Chinatown in the world by area. The Vietnamese name Chợ Lớn literally means "big" (lớn) "market" (chợ). The Chinese name (and original name) is 堤岸 (pronounced Tai-Ngon in Cantonese and Dī'àn in Mandarin,[1][2] which means "embankment" (French: quais). The Vietnamese reading of the Chinese name is Đê Ngạn, but this is rarely used. Vietnamese speakers exclusively use the name Chợ Lớn, while Chinese speakers (both inside Vietnam and in China) are the only users of the original Chinese name.
Chợ Lớn
Chợ Lớn (About this soundlisten, Chinese:堤岸), usually Anglicized as "Cholon" in English sources, is a quarter of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It lies on the west bank of the Saigon River, having Bình Tây Market as its central market. Chợ Lớn consists of the western half of District 5 as well as several adjoining neighborhoods in District 6 and District 11. The quarter has long been inhabited by Chinese people, and is considered the largest Chinatown in the world by area. The Vietnamese name Chợ Lớn literally means "big" (lớn) "market" (chợ). The Chinese name (and original name) is 堤岸 (pronounced Tai-Ngon in Cantonese and Dī'àn in Mandarin,[1][2] which means "embankment" (French: quais). The Vietnamese reading of the Chinese name is Đê Ngạn, but this is rarely used. Vietnamese speakers exclusively use the name Chợ Lớn, while Chinese speakers (both inside Vietnam and in China) are the only users of the original Chinese name.
Sightseeing
Most famous place for take a photo
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Notre Dame Cathedral of Saigon
01 Công xã Paris
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Most famous place for take a photo
place that you can learn about Vietnamese war
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War remnants museum
28 Võ Văn Tần
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place that you can learn about Vietnamese war
Place that you can try beer and nightlife
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Bùi Viên Walk Street
50-66 Bùi Viện
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Place that you can try beer and nightlife
The Highest Tower in Vietnam
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Vincom Landmark 81
208 Nguyễn Hữu Cảnh
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The Highest Tower in Vietnam
where you can learn about the war in Vietnam that you have been watched on TV before.
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War remnants museum
28 Võ Văn Tần
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where you can learn about the war in Vietnam that you have been watched on TV before.
Entertainment and Outdoor
small golf stadium
Him Lam Golf Driving Range
234 Đường Ngô Tất Tố
small golf stadium
Suối Tiên Amusement Park is an amusement park in District 9, Hồ Chí Minh City, Vietnam. The park includes several entertainment areas. The landscaping and attractions in the park illustrate Vietnam's history and legends, such as Âu Cơ and Lạc Long Quân as well as the Battle of Son Tinh and Thuy Tinh (The Mountain God and The River God). An artificial seawater pool is located in the park for sea-bathers. There is also a dinosaur garden and a roller coaster called "Roller Coaster". The Tiên Dong beach is a man-made beach featuring a gigantic waterfall with the face of an emperor sculpted into it. The park is colorful, and you will find giant sculpted dragons painted in gorgeous blue and orange pastels, soft red Buddha statues and lush green gardens, as well as all the normal theme park attractions; the park also has a zoo. The park opened in 1995. The park will be served by a stop on the first line of the Ho Chi Minh City Metro, currently under construction.
Suối Tiên Theme Park
120 Xa lộ Hà Nội
Suối Tiên Amusement Park is an amusement park in District 9, Hồ Chí Minh City, Vietnam. The park includes several entertainment areas. The landscaping and attractions in the park illustrate Vietnam's history and legends, such as Âu Cơ and Lạc Long Quân as well as the Battle of Son Tinh and Thuy Tinh (The Mountain God and The River God). An artificial seawater pool is located in the park for sea-bathers. There is also a dinosaur garden and a roller coaster called "Roller Coaster". The Tiên Dong beach is a man-made beach featuring a gigantic waterfall with the face of an emperor sculpted into it. The park is colorful, and you will find giant sculpted dragons painted in gorgeous blue and orange pastels, soft red Buddha statues and lush green gardens, as well as all the normal theme park attractions; the park also has a zoo. The park opened in 1995. The park will be served by a stop on the first line of the Ho Chi Minh City Metro, currently under construction.
Nice pub when you can meeting friend or business
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The Alley Cocktail Bar & Kitchen
63/1 Pasteur
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Nice pub when you can meeting friend or business
The park comprises 30 areas: an electronic games zone, folk tales theater, antique castle, square, small west lake, Nam Tu royal garden, rock garden, and water palace, dancing island, sea life center, subaquatic puppet theater, ancient Giac Vien pagoda, butterfly garden, fishing area, ky long display zone, tea store, adventure games zone, swan lake, horse’s gallop lake, western flower garden, ancient Rome-themed square, cultural square, water musical scene, bowling area, sport services area, crayfish fishing lake, Thuy Ta restaurant, children's play area, picture lamps, nine fragment edge, Monorail station, and Monorail track. The tropical garden contains more than 70 species of birds and 20 species of animals. A 22-meter-high rock garden contains several waterfalls and caves, the largest cavern of which is decorated as a water palace and holds many colorful fishes. The Nam Tu royal garden features an orchidaceous garden and valuable bonsai ornamental trees. The park's adventure playgrounds and activities, including slide yard, electric cars, high speed slide train, and water park, are popular with teenagers. The park has a number of features unique in Vietnam: its 2 km monorail, affording views from five meters above the ground; adventure boats that cross the waterfall; and the unusual "Roman" square, featuring European flowers including roses, classical Roman-style stone pillars, statues, and a musical water show with 3,000 seats. This water display, located just behind the European flower garden, was built in 2005 at a cost of 12 billion dong and placed behind the Europe flower garden. It features a musical performance on a specially designed stage featuring water sprays and laser lights, with films projected onto a 28-meter-high screen of water. The technique was based on a similar display in Sentosa Island (www.sentosa.com.sg), Singapore.
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Đầm Sen Park
3 Hòa Bình
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The park comprises 30 areas: an electronic games zone, folk tales theater, antique castle, square, small west lake, Nam Tu royal garden, rock garden, and water palace, dancing island, sea life center, subaquatic puppet theater, ancient Giac Vien pagoda, butterfly garden, fishing area, ky long display zone, tea store, adventure games zone, swan lake, horse’s gallop lake, western flower garden, ancient Rome-themed square, cultural square, water musical scene, bowling area, sport services area, crayfish fishing lake, Thuy Ta restaurant, children's play area, picture lamps, nine fragment edge, Monorail station, and Monorail track. The tropical garden contains more than 70 species of birds and 20 species of animals. A 22-meter-high rock garden contains several waterfalls and caves, the largest cavern of which is decorated as a water palace and holds many colorful fishes. The Nam Tu royal garden features an orchidaceous garden and valuable bonsai ornamental trees. The park's adventure playgrounds and activities, including slide yard, electric cars, high speed slide train, and water park, are popular with teenagers. The park has a number of features unique in Vietnam: its 2 km monorail, affording views from five meters above the ground; adventure boats that cross the waterfall; and the unusual "Roman" square, featuring European flowers including roses, classical Roman-style stone pillars, statues, and a musical water show with 3,000 seats. This water display, located just behind the European flower garden, was built in 2005 at a cost of 12 billion dong and placed behind the Europe flower garden. It features a musical performance on a specially designed stage featuring water sprays and laser lights, with films projected onto a 28-meter-high screen of water. The technique was based on a similar display in Sentosa Island (www.sentosa.com.sg), Singapore.