Situated about 70 kilometers northwest of Ho Chi Minh City, Cu Chi tunnels are a system of underground routes that were used by Vietnamese soldiers to house troops, transport communications and supplies, lay booby traps and mount surprise attacks during the past war. 

Located in District 1, Notre Dame Cathedral is the largest and most unique church throughout Ho Chi Minh City. The unique architectural work that boasts two 60 m high bell towers was built on October 7, 1877.

Ho Chi Minh City Central Post Office next to Notre Dame Cathedral is an attractive tourist area. The building constructed by the French between 1886 and 1891 features a unique Gothic architectural style. It has ranked second on the list of 11 most beautiful post offices in the world, voted by the American architectural magazine Architectural Digest.

Landmark 81 Skyview inspired by the image of a traditional bamboo bundle has been recognised as the tallest tower in Vietnam. Locals and tourists have the opportunity to admire panoramic views of the city from a height of 461,2 metres through a transparent glass system, helping visitors to see with their own eyes and capture rare moments of the city from above.

Saigon Zoo and Botanical Garden is a great place in which to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. First established in 1865, the place is one of the oldest zoos in the world.

Nguyen Hue Street is a pedestrianised street located in the heart of the city. It stretches from City Hall to the Saigon River, offering a picturesque view of the city’s skyline. The pedestrian-only street is perfect for a leisurely stroll or for a spot of people watching.

Bui Vien Street, also known as the western street, is always crowded with backpackers who are interested in trying local cuisines and exploring new places during their trip to the southern city.