The beauty of Saigon (part 2)
In the beauty of Saigon (part 1) we have been through some of the famous sights of Saigon – Pearl of the Far East. In this post we will continue to introduce to you famous scenes and landmarks and everyday life of Saigon people.
Orient traffic roundabout and Palace Hotel (built in 1968), one of the finest and splendid juggernaut buildings in Saigon before 1975
Saigon City Hall (inaugurated in 1909, formerly called Xa Tay palace and is People’s Committee headquarter for now) – a view from the REX hotel, right rear corner is the Vincom building recently completed
Central bus station, near the Ben Thanh Market
Te Canal (an branch of Saigon River connected to Doi canal to western provinces) – a view from Te Canal bridge (connecting districts 4 and 7)
East-West highway along Tau Hu canal – a view from bridge Cha Va
Ben Thanh Market traffic roundabout
Saigon city Hall and a small peace park in front
Le Loi street and Saigon Centre building
A little man shadow on the sidewald of Dong Khoi street.
Hurry to get home (on the road Pasteur of district 1)
Reproducting-picture road on Nam Ky Khoi Nghia, district 3