1. Saigon War Remnants Museum: This was first named American War Crime Museum from 1975 after the Vietnam War finished. But then the name changed into War Remnant Museum from 1995. This museum with a lot of documents about Vietnam War & nowadays this become the Must-See Places in Ho đưa ra Minh City.

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In November 1975, after the negotiation convention between the communist North Vietnam and their colleagues in South Vietnam was completed, the Provisional Revolutionary Government renamed the palace Reunification Hall (Reunification Palace).

3. Saigon Central Post Office: Saigon Central Post Office is one of the typical buildings in Ho bỏ ra Minh City, located at No. 2, Paris Public Garden, District 1. This is a building built by the French in about five years. 1886-1891 with European thiết kế by architects Villedieu và assistant Foulhoux. This is a Western-style architecture combined with oriental decoration.


On 11.4.1861, as decided by Admiral Léonard Victor Joseph Charner, the Grand Canal was renamed the Charner Canal. The banks of the canal are two parallel roads: Rigault de Genouilly (Tax mall) & Charner street (Palace hotel, Ho bỏ ra Minh City). In 1887, the Charner Canal was leveled. The two sides of the canal are merged into Charner Boulevard. In 1956, Charner Boulevard was renamed Nguyen Hue Boulevard, & today is the Nguyen Hue Walking Street.

5. Cu đưa ra Tunnels: Cu chi Tunnels System is an underground defensive system in Cu chi District, 70 km north-west from Ho chi Minh thành phố center. This tunnels system was excavated by the Viet Minh and the National Front for the Liberation of South Vietnam during the Indochina War (French War) in 1948 và the Vietnam War (American War khổng lồ Vietnamese). The tunnels system includes an infirmary, several rooms, a kitchen, a storage room, an office, an underground tunnel system. The tunnel system is about 250 km long and has ventilation systems at the bushes. Cu bỏ ra tunnels are built on land known as "steel land", located at the end of the Ho chi Minh Trail. During the Tet Offensive of 1968, the National Front for the Liberation of South Vietnam used this tunnel system khổng lồ attack Saigon.


According khổng lồ the General Statistics Office of Vietnam 2017, the total area of ​​the provinces và cities of the Mekong Delta is 40,548.2 km² and the total population of the provinces in the region is 17.9 milions people. The Mekong River Delta accounts for 13% of the country"s total area but over 19% of the country"s population, higher than the whole country (7.8% in 2015 and 6.8% in the whole country). Rice alone accounted for 47% of the area & 56% of the country"s rice production; Rice exports from the whole region trương mục for 90% of production. Not khổng lồ mention 70% of the area, 40% of output and 60% of exports nationwide. However, the Mekong River Delta is still poorer than the whole country.

7. Ben Thanh Market (Chợ Bến Thành) is a market located in District 1, Ho chi Minh City. The market was started constructing from 1912 khổng lồ the end of March 1914, it was completed. In many cases, the clock image at the south gate of this market is considered an unofficial symbol of Ho đưa ra Minh City.

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Originally, Ben Thanh market existed before the French invaded Gia Dinh. Initially, the market"s location was on the ngân hàng of the Ben Nghe River, next to lớn a river wharf near Gia Dinh citadel (at that time the Quy city, also known as the Bagua citadel). This port is used for travelers & soldiers to lớn enter the city, hence the name Ben Thanh, and the market is also called Ben Thanh market.

8. Binh Tay Market: Binh Tay Market is a market in District 6, Ho bỏ ra Minh City, located in an area called mang lại Lon, so it is often called informally itself as Cholon. Binh Tay Market is located in a campus of 25,000 m2, located between 4 Thap Muoi - Le tung Ke - Phan Van Khoe - Tran Binh roads. This market has a rectangular surface, 12 gates (both main và secondary) và is designed in Asian architecture.


Binh Tay Market is a major wholesale hub of Ho chi Minh City. Goods here are distributed throughout the country, even wholesale to lớn Cambodia và many other markets. The oldest market in Ho đưa ra Minh city is a place that attracts many domestic and foreign tourists.

9. Jade Emperor Pagoda is the common name of Dien Ngoc Hoang, Phuoc nhị Tu (the French name is called domain authority Kao Pagoda); Currently located at 73 Mai Thi Luu Street, District 1, Ho bỏ ra Minh City, Vietnam. The temple was originally a temple of Jade Emperor God built by a person named Luu Minh (whose name is Luu Dao Nguyen, a Cantonese person from China) in the early 20th century. According lớn scholar Vuong Hong Sen, Luu Minh who "became a vegetarian, kept the Master"s teachings, determined khổng lồ overthrow the Manchu Dynasty, & made money lớn create a temple to lớn worship và to make a private place".


In 1982, Venerable Thich Vinh Khuong came to take over the temple. Since then this temple has belonged to the Vietnam Buddhist Church. In 1984, the Jade Emperor was renamed "Phuoc hai Tu".

10. Thien Hau Temple: also known as ba Cho Lon pagoda, Han Chinese name is Thien Hau temple is a temple dedicated to lớn Thiên Hậu Thánh mẫu mã currently located at 710 Nguyen Trai Street, District 5, Ho đưa ra Minh City. Because besides the temple, there is Tue Thanh Assembly Hall.


Ba Thien Hau pagoda was immigrated khổng lồ Vietnam by capital groups of Tue Thanh people (or Guangzhou province in Guangdong province) around 1760 and restored many times. The pagoda is located in the central area of ​​the first Chinese people who came to lớn create Cholon later.