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- Thien Hai Hotel220 Ly Tu Trong Street, Ben Thanh Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
The price is NZ$42 per night from Jan 27 to Jan 28
- Bich Duyen Hotel283/4 Pham Ngu Lao, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
The price is NZ$23 per night from Jan 27 to Jan 28
- The Airport Hotel11 Cuu Long, Ward 2, Tan Binh District, Ho Chi Minh City
The price is NZ$29 per night from Jan 27 to Jan 28
- Acacia Saigon Hotel219/8A Pham Ngu Lao Street, Pham Ngu Lao Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
- Bay Hotel Ho Chi Minh7 Ngo Van Nam Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
The price is NZ$73 per night from Jan 29 to Jan 30
- Luan Vu Hotel35/2 Bui Vien St., Pham Ngu Lao Ward, Dist. 1, Ho Chi Minh City
The price is NZ$33 per night from Jan 27 to Jan 28
Top luxury Ho Chi Minh City hotel deals
- Le Meridien Saigon3C Ton Duc Thang Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
The price is NZ$165 per night from Feb 10 to Feb 114.8/5Exceptional! (5 reviews)
- The Reverie Saigon22 - 36 Nguyen Hue Boulevard, 57 - 69F Dong Khoi Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
The price is NZ$411 per night from Feb 16 to Feb 174.8/5Exceptional! (5 reviews)
- Hotel Majestic Saigon01 Dong Khoi Street District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
The price is NZ$104 per night from Jan 27 to Jan 285/5Exceptional! (4 reviews)
- Rex Hotel141 Nguyen Hue Blvd, Ho Chi Minh City
The price is NZ$142 per night from Jan 29 to Jan 303.5/5Good! (6 reviews)
- Hotel Nikko Saigon235 Nguyen Van Cu Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
The price is NZ$113 per night from Feb 1 to Feb 25/5Exceptional! (4 reviews)
- Caravelle Saigon19 - 23 Lam Son Square, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
The price is NZ$202 per night from Jan 27 to Jan 284.9/5Exceptional! (15 reviews)
Accommodation In Ho Chi Minh City
If you’re looking for a Southeast Asian city pulsating with more energy than you thought possible, look no further than Ho Chi Minh City.
Long removed from the days of war, this town is now undergoing a different kind of revolution. Young go-getters are fuelling an influx of new money and rags-to-riches stories that echo the background of the city itself.
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Things to Do in Ho Chi Minh City
District 1 is aptly named: As the city’s urban centre, it’s number one in terms of shops and attractions, and many hotels in Ho Chi Minh City are located here. See the Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica, with its characteristic French red tiles, soaring white spires, and granite statue that’s said to have shed a tear in 2005. Whether that’s true or not is up to you to decide, but it’s still cool to see.
Take in the scenery while sipping du’a tu’oi (fresh coconut) and munching on fried crickets (or stuffed dumplings, for the less adventurous). Then make your way to City Hall for a nighttime viewing, when the red flag shines under the spectacular lighting. Just because the building isn’t open to the public doesn’t mean you can’t snap a selfie in front of the elegant colonial structure.
Accommodation near Phu Nhuan is just north of District 1 and offers the perfect respite from the crowds. Take a break in a themed coffeehouse—where else can you drink bubble tea in a castle or a treehouse?
From there, it’s a short ride to the enigmatic Jade Emperor Pagoda. Packed with fantastic imagery from saintly to grotesque, this eerily charismatic temple is dedicated to the Taoist supreme god and the Chief of the Underworld (he’s a hell of a good time).
Getting To & Around Ho Chi Minh City
Flights to Ho Chi Minh City will land at Tan Son Nhat International Airport (SGN). The city bus can take you from the airport to Ben Thanh Market in District 1; however, it only runs until 6:00 pm. If you get in late, or just want door-to-door service, you’ll need a taxi. Make sure you find one at an authorised cab stand, and use local currency to pay.
Once you’re checked into your accommodation in Ho Chi Minh City, adventurous travellers can take the bus or rent a motorbike. If you’ve got cash to spare, hire an English-speaking driver and live like a monarch for a day or two—or the whole trip.
The end of July is a great time to book Ho Chi Minh City holidays, because that’s when the Le Van Duyet Tomb Festival is held. The biggest fair in the city is held in honour of Le Van Duyet, a military general during the Nguyen Dynasty. The locals pray for good crops, happiness, favourable weather, safety and peace for the country. Let’s be honest, who doesn’t want all that?
If you made plans to visit in the middle of August, that’s great, because you’ll be able to take part in the day of wandering souls, otherwise known as Trung Nguyen. People leave offerings like food and clothes at the foot of the city’s pagodas for the souls who are deemed less fortunate. Neat, right? But the biggest events of Trung Nguyen are the colourful lantern parades that take place in the canals and rivers during the night. This is supposedly a time where the living and the dead can meet up, so make sure you’re on your best behaviour.
Forget about lounging in one of the finer places to stay in Ho Chi Minh City and drinking bucket after bucket of Habeco—that’s great and all, but you need to get outside. Make your way to the Cu Chi District and slip into the Cu Chi Tunnel system. These were used extensively during the Vietnam War as a way to move about the city undetected. Enter a secret trapdoor and wander the complex system until you come to one of the command bunkers, where you’ll sit down for a delicious lunch. After your meal, hit the shooting range and empty a full metal jacket or two.
Next, emerge from the depths of the city and get acquainted with the flora and fauna at the Saigon Zoo and Botanical Gardens. This place is ridiculously cool; it’s divided up into an animal conservation area, a plant conservation area, an orchid garden and an amusement park. Think about it: You could hold a tiger cub, sniff a pretty flower and ride a roller coaster all in under an hour. Not bad, is it?
Are you finally ready for a boat cruise with a meal? Hop aboard a Mekong Delta tour with a Vietnamese cooking class. Sure, you may be the one doing the cooking, but it’ll be delicious, especially when you’re cruising the waters of an area that’s been called a “biological treasure trove”. You’ll probably make a stop at the floating market of Can Tho to pick up ingredients that will go into a plate of whatever your cooking instructor tells you to make.
Are you only spending one day in Ho Chi Minh City? If so, make sure you venture through the War Remnants Museum, one of the most popular attractions among tourists and locals alike. You can see an old UH-1 “Huey” helicopter, an F-A5 fighter and an M48 Patton tank. None of them work anymore, so don’t even think about trying to start them up.
When you’re looking to try the best food in Ho Chi Minh City, take a walk down Dong Khoi Street in District 1 and take your pick from restaurants and street food vendors. Grab a delicious pork banh mi sandwich or a bowl of beef pho…or double down and get both at once. We won’t judge.
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How much is a hotel room in Ho Chi Minh City?
Hotels in Ho Chi Minh City start at NZ$23 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.