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Hotel Nikko Saigon - Ho Chi Minh City Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
AU$227

Hotel Nikko Saigon

235 Nguyen Van Cu Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City - Map
 
 
4.7 out of 5 (964 reviews)
Liberty Central Saigon Riverside - Ho Chi Minh City Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
AU$154

Liberty Central Saigon Riverside

17 Ton Duc Thang Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City - Map
 
 
"Liberty Central Saigon"
Staff through the entire stay were delightful and could not be more helpful. The Restaurant needs to upgrade the wine list to include some Australian wine. A red wine that was recommended from South Africe was okay. I recognised the label as one that is a very cheap wine in one of our supermarket chains. Perhaps the staff need education in the different wines also. I also queried about the buffet and was advised that was on a discount. No value after the main course has been ordered. Also a 15 - 20 minute wait for the bill seemed excessive.
Traveller from Melbourne
EdenStar Saigon Hotel - Ho Chi Minh City Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
AU$166

EdenStar Saigon Hotel

38 Bui Thi Xuan Street, Ho Chi Minh City - Map
 
 
"Totally worth the money."
Stayed in a suite and all went very well. Staff were friendly and helpful. Only downside was a few fuzzy channels on the tv (the ones in English). But all in all a great stay and would go back there for sure.
Traveller from australia
Caravelle Saigon - Ho Chi Minh City Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
AU$253

Caravelle Saigon

19 - 23 Lam Son Square, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (383 reviews)
First Hotel Ho Chi Minh - Ho Chi Minh City Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
AU$179

First Hotel Ho Chi Minh

18 Hoang Viet St Tan Binh Dist, Ho Chi Minh City - Map
 
 
Only complaint was the pillow was too hard and uncomfortable Breakfast was nice but nothing special
Traveller from Melbourne
Hotel Majestic Saigon - Ho Chi Minh City Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
AU$240

Hotel Majestic Saigon

01 Dong Khoi Street District 1, Ho Chi Minh City - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (927 reviews)
Lotte Legend Hotel Saigon - Ho Chi Minh City Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
AU$183

Lotte Legend Hotel Saigon

2A-4A Ton Duc Thang Street, Ho Chi Minh City - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (396 reviews)
New World Saigon Hotel - Ho Chi Minh City Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
AU$250

New World Saigon Hotel

76 Le Lai Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (334 reviews)
Grand Silverland Hotel & Spa - Ho Chi Minh City Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
AU$140

Grand Silverland Hotel & Spa

125-133 Ly Tu Trong Street, Ho Chi Minh City - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (619 reviews)
The Luxe Hotel - Ho Chi Minh City Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
AU$82

The Luxe Hotel

261-263 Le Thanh Ton Street, Ho Chi Minh City - Map
 
 

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    Pocket Guide: Ho Chi Minh City

    The biggest city in Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh is fast-paced, fun and full of life. Just walking these streets is an adventure: dodging motorbikes as you cross the road, visiting ancient temples and pagodas, and trying unique street food at bustling night markets. Memories of the Vietnam War linger on in the War Remnants Museum and the Cu Chi Tunnels, but there’s another side to Ho Chi Minh too, one of shopping and nightlife. It doesn’t get more "Vietnam" than this, so check out our Ho Chi Minh City hotels.

    History

    Originally a small fishing village where Khmer people lived, Ho Chi Minh was colonised by Vietnamese settlers in the early 17th century. In 1859 it was conquered by France and Spain, resulting in a number of Western-style buildings. After the Vietnam War ended, Saigon (as the city was then known) was merged with two nearby districts and renamed after the famous Communist leader Ho Chi Minh in 1975.

    Things to do

    History buffs will have plenty to do in Ho Chi Minh City. You’ll find a collection of artefacts from the Vietnam War at the War Remnants Museum: tanks and aircraft outside, photos and anti-war posters inside, as well as a guillotine and the tiger cages used to keep Viet Cong prisoners. You can visit the Cu Chi Tunnels, 250kms of underground tunnels that the Vietnamese dug with simple tools during the French occupation and expanded during the Vietnam War. Reunification Palace is the place where the first Communist tanks in Saigon crashed through the iron gates in 1975, and it’s a symbol of the city’s fall. Other incredible buildings to buildings to visit include the City Hall, the Opera House or Municipal Theatre, City Post Office, The Revolutionary Museum, the Museum of South Eastern-Armed Forces, the Museum of Fine Art and the beautiful and Gothic-inspired Notre Dame Cathedral.

    Want to do something a little less serious? Suio Tien Theme Park is a Buddhist-themed amusement park with water slides and rides, a zoo, gardens, big dragon statues and a man-made beach with the face of an Emperor carved into a cliff. Dam Sen Water Park is another great spot for family fun, with waterslides and a massive wave-making pool.

    After dark, check out Ho Chi Minh city’s bars (karaoke time?), discos and even live music spots.

    Shopping and dining

    When it’s shopping time, Ho Chi Minh City has both malls like the Vincom Centre and Diamond Department Store, fashion boutiques with local fabrics, and arts and crafts markets. If you want something a bit more upmarket, head to District One right in the city centre for designer boutiques and streets lined with trees and bars. The dining is what you’d expect from Vietnam as a whole – delicious and mostly cheap, with everything from fancy rooftop restaurants boasting sweeping city views to markets with street food and pho which can be enjoyed at the local Com Binh Dan for a dollar! Take a trip down Pham Ngu Lao Street to find many bars and cafes, and mingle with other travellers.

    Getting here and around

    Take a look at one of our cheap flights to Ho Chi Minh City to get here for less. Once you get here, there are stacks of ways to get around the city. Do as the locals do and hire a motorcycle or scooter. You can also rent a car, catch the bus or tram, take a taxi or – if you’re happy to go at a leisurely pace, ride a bicycle. Check out our Ho Chi Minh City accommodation with us and get ready for the ride of your life.

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