Ho Chi Minh City

    Cruise Port Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam)

    Cruise Port Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam). Info about the port Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), cruises from Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), touch at Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) of these ships, as Orion II, departure from Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), excursions and tourist programs.

    Ho Chi Minh is divided into 17 urban and 5 rural districts. A large number of cafés, markets and shops dominate the varied cityscape. Sights include: the Dragon House, the Giac-Lam Pagoda, the Historical Museum, the zoo, the Botanic Gardens, the Cathedral "Notre Dame" (1877-1883), the central post office, the town hall (1908), the water puppet shows and Nghia An Hoi Pagoda. .


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