A Quang Chau

98A Ho Van Hue St, W9, Phu Nhuan District, Ho Chi Minh City, 1000, Vietnam
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Good Tailor

by sunny_koh

Does anyone know of good tailor in HCMC? Not making anything elaborated but just some simple casual wear.

Re: Good Tailor

by Marshall78

I'd suggest Tailor Son at 226 Tran Quang Khai street. These guys are extremely professional - only one fitting and that's it! The owner and all the employees are first class and the quality is top notch. Free hotel delivery as well. Best regards.

Re: Good Tailor

by sunny_koh

Thanks!

Travel Tips for Ho Chi Minh City

Street Vendors Sell Good Food!!!

by goldcoaster

As the sun begins to set in HCMC, the street vendors all begin to appear. Our mums always told us to never eat from the vendors but the ones in HCMC are really good.

Especially for dessert items. You want a nice banana and coconut waffle? Get it from the street stalls. Heaps cheaper and yummy to boot!

Need something to wash that down? How about a nice chilled coconut. Just $1. Ok, I give you two for a $1. HCMC is a city that is alive. Not like some western cities that empty at night when the workers go home, this place comes to life with the setting sun.

Hydrate Yourself the smart way

by Aidy_p

The advice I got from those travel books was that we should not drink the tap water. Some books even went to an extent of saying that even if you boil your water, you should just use it to brush your teeth. I don't know the extent of truth as to not being able to drink even boiled water, but I definitely didn't want to take that chance.

So Jac and I subsisted on mineral water.

The amount of water we consumed was tremendous because of the humid weather. We'd finished about six bottles of 500ml mineral water. Per bottle cost us 4,000VND (Approx USD0.25).

With so many empty bottles on hand, we thought the wiser and the more cost effective way was to buy a bigger bottle of mineral water and using that to fill the smaller bottle. A 5l bottle cost 13,000VND (Approx USD0.80). "What a steal!" I thought. That's enough water to last us for about two days.

These small bottles then became our regular companions when we head out for sightseeing, while we kept the bigger bottle in the hotel room.

What's more, they even gave us a free plastic cup!

My first ever visit to Vietnam...

by BorderHopper

My first ever visit to Vietnam was back in 1998 to the city of Saigon. It was a real mind blower and I was lucky enough to have traveled with some family friends. Since that first trip I've been back several times and I never stop learning something new about the Vietnamese people and their culture.

A Place Called Nui Ba Den (Black Virgin Mountain)

by Aidy_p

Nui Ba Den is situated near the Province of Tay Ninh. The place is now a far cry from what it was in the past. Currently, there's a temple that's located near the entrance to the mountain's nature park. There's even a chair-lift to bring you up the mountain, and a toboggan that let's you slide down it.

In the past, the mountain was a North Vietnamese hideout and gathering point before they attacks on Tay Ninh. Heavy battles were fought there and the mountain had been occupied by both the Americans and the North Vietnamese. Nui Ba Den was also the end of the Ho Chi Minh trail as supplies were sent from the north to support the work of the guerillas and the people of Cu Chi who sympathised with the North.

Everything under the sun

by bojomacaraig about Stores & Markets

Benh Tanh Market the oldest market in Saigon and one of the city landmark. Its a dry and wet market wherein you can buy everything under the sun. Always remember that bargaining is an art, so, to ask a discount from the seller is not a sin. try to bargain the price for 30% to 50% discount. and also remember that some of the items sold here are not geniune. so be careful for that. everything under the sun it depends on your budget. your budget have the power on how much you can spend. hahaha

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