Ho Chi Minh City – A Travel Hub Of Vietnam

International, Travel

Ho Chi Minh City makes a significant impression on new visitors, who may find it a young and vibrant city from the very first glance. Along with its more modern elements, the city also boasts traditional appeal from its cross-cultural architecture and historical value. Established more than 300 years ago, Ho Chi Minh City is rapidly modernizing to fit the needs of incoming travellers.

Ho Chi Minh City proves itself to be Vietnam’s tourism center. The city is developing an extensive range of facilities and services to satisfy visitor demands: attractions, entertainment centers, world-class accommodations and excellent restaurants are constantly being introduced and improved upon.

HCMC Peoples Committee – Vietnamese girls in Ao dai / Sheraton

A city of culture, Ho Chi Minh City is well known for its outstanding attractions, such as The Reunification Palace, Opera House, Central Post Office, Ben Thanh Market, Cu Chi Tunnels, Notre Dame Cathedral, Jade Emperor Pagoda and a series of historical and cultural museums. These represent the local beauty and national significance of Vietnam.

Praised as ‘Food Paradise’ Ho Chi Minh City gathers different cuisines and the variety of dishes available is enough to keep one eating all the time. Whether the fancy haute cuisine, ethnic foods, vegetarian or spicy local dishes, you are sure to find many great food choices. For affordable street food, you can easily find Indian restaurant near Ben Thanh Market or on Bui Vien Walking Street.

Ho Chi Minh City is all set to welcome Indian tourists!

Vietnam tourism delegates at SATTE event New Delhi

Ho Chi Minh City is the political, economic and cultural center as well as the important travel gateway of Vietnam and the region. “The number of international visitors coming to Ho Chi Minh City steadily increases in recent years, accounting for 58% of total international visitors to Vietnam, plus achieve 28% of Vietnam’s tourism revenue. They have contributed positively to the development of the country’s tourism” Mr. Bui Ta Hoang Vu – Director of Ho Chi Minh City Tourism Department.

Ho Chi Minh City was a part of three day trade show “SATTE 2018” in Delhi’s Pragati Maidan. They have signed may MOV’s with Indian government and are bullish about the Indian market.

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