Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) is Vietnam’s most populous city and commercial center. This high-energy city is leading the country’s development and emergence on the world stage. Many visitors fall in love with HCMC’s vibe as well as its charm.
HCMC is a blend of old and new, where you can enjoy a bowl of phở, Vietnam’s national dish, in an street restaurant, or enjoy fine dining in one of HCMC’s chic restaurants.
The city’s skyline is changing, with a growing number of skyscrapers, residential complexes, and shopping malls.
Off the beaten path, you’ll see the remnants of HCMC’s years gone by, from old colonial buildings to temples.
This gem of a city once known as Saigon, is the pulse of Vietnam, reflecting the rapid growth of the country and the region.