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Bui Vien Walking Street

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CT Holic
CT Holic
April 21, 2019
Pubs and Bars and to see how we call Saigon By Night
Will
Will
April 18, 2019
A place to get drunk, drugs, have fun and girls
Long
Long
April 2, 2019
Bui Vien Street is the main street of the so called ‘backpackers area’ of Ho Chi Minh City. Here you find a wide variety of inexpensive restaurants, bars, souvenir shops and hotels/hostels. While being seated at one of the places you can soak up the local lifestyle and culture. You can shop, dine…
Phoebe
Phoebe
March 31, 2019
Famous for travelers
Christina
Christina
March 26, 2019
A whole street just for going out and having a beer... or two :D

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Deildaskipt verslun
“They have a big shopping mall with a lot of brands and good restaurants for you to come a discover it. ”
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Markaður
“Ben Thanh Market in Ho Chi Minh City's District 1 is a great place to buy local handicrafts, branded goods, and other souvenirs. Here, you’ll find eating stalls inside the market where you can get a taste of hawker-style Vietnamese cuisine or simply cool off with a cold drink when the bargaining becomes too much.”
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Museum
“It was a place for governement officials and now converted into a museum. Sometimes when there is a big event, governement officials will hold it here. Right in front of it is a huge park for walking and chilling.”
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Torg fyrir gangandi vegfarendur
“In the beautiful Pedestrian street, you can do your shopping, going out or just take a walk!”
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Museum
“Ho Chi Minh City Museum of Fine Arts is the major art museum of HCM City, Vietnam, and second in the country only to the Vietnam National Museum of Fine Arts in Hanoi. The museum covers three three-floor buildings which house a collection featuring Vietnamese art works in sculpture, oil, silk painting and lacquer painting, as well as traditional styles including woodcut paintings in the Hàng Trống, Đông Hồ, and Kim Hoàng styles, as well as Vietnamese ceramics and a collection of ancient Buddhist art. The first floor also includes a commercial gallery of art works. Archaeological exhibits such as some of the country's best Champa and Óc Eo relics are displayed on the third floor. The main building was constructed by a French architect Rivera between 1929 and 1934 as a villa for the Hua family. The museum moved there in 1987 Add: 97A Phó Đức Chính, Phường Nguyễn Thái Bình, Quận 1, Hồ Chí Minh Phone: 028 3829 4441”
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Staðsetning
206 Bùi Viện
Hồ Chí Minh, 700000
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