Vincom Center was completed in 2010 but it has quickly become one of the biggest shopping malls in HCMC. Vincom is right at the center of the city at 72 Le Thanh Ton street. The building is very big with many floors all covered with glass. It easily stands out from the rest of Saigon skyscrapers thanks to its marvelous exterior design which attracts attention from afar. The outside appearance somehow reflects what type of shopping venues Vincom is.
Popular Sea food. Apart from Ca Na’s most famous specialties, such as salt and Nhi fish sauce, tourists are offered a great chance to taste delicious seafood, say, shrimp, crab, shellfish, etc. There are a number of beautiful tiny things here to buy for gifts, among which the most popular one preferred by tourists is the sea coral.
A young man, Jon Meier, 17, from Wisconsin missed out on a class ทัวร์เวียดนาม to Peru this week. He had been given the okay by officials at the O’Hare airport in Chicago on the condition of his slightly chewed on passport. They told him it was still usable.
To prepare the food, boil the spaghetti according to package directions. Drain in a colander and rinse with cool water. Peel the grapes. Peel the bananas. Place the spaghetti, grapes and bananas into separate buckets, and then fill the buckets at least two-thirds full with cold water.
In this tour, you’ll realize the vast diversity of Vietnamese cuisine. Each region presents a different set of unique tastes and culinary experiences. Start in tour vietnam (Saigon) and see the city’s eclectic display of Eastern tradition and colonial charm. Enjoy the flavors of Southern Vietnamese cuisine for dinner. Then, wake up for your cooking class! The professional chef will explain the reasons behind the ingredients used and the history behind the dishes. End your day at a local style restaurant and one of the city’s most popular eateries.
4) Bag snatchers: we were warned at our hotel when we arrived in HCMC to beware of people on motor bikes who drive by and snatch your bag or your camera right out of your hands. I am sure they were there five years ago but not so prevalent that anyone mentioned them. This seems to be a more common problem in HCMC than Hanoi. The two cities have very different atmospheres. HCMC is more of a party place for backpackers.
The Hanoi Hilton is another top viewed sight. This is where American POWs were kept by the North Vietnamese during the Vietnam War, though little evidence is shown of the actual conditions during that time. The Army museum details the long military history of the country and is interesting to provide context on the modern day.
Last but not least, have a rough plan on where you’ll be and when. If you’re meeting friends along the way, they will appreciate knowing a general plan in advance instead of having you pop up on their door step at 2am in the morning needing a place to crash. Don’t limit yourself with hotel reservations and try to experience as many new things as possible (i.e. don’t stay in a Best Western when you can check out a B&B). After all, a road trip is all about the freedom of exploration and trying new things.