Ben Thanh market, Independence Palace, Notre Dame Cathedral, Bui Vien street, etc. those places are too well-known that any tourist would check-in in their Saigon trip. We are sharing to you top hidden gems for photography that get more likes.
- 14 Ton That Dam Apartment – 14 Tôn Thất Đạm, District 1
This unique building is a historic condominium that remains the retro beauty. You will get a great shot every 10 steps: the charming old stairs and alley, vintage boutiques or coffee shops.
- Zoo & Botanical Garden – 2 Nguyễn Bỉnh Khiêm, District 1
Established since 1864, Zoo & Botanical Garden (Sở thú/Thảo cầm viên) is one of the oldest construction in Saigon. At first, this place was found for the scientific purpose of researching animals and plants but then scale up to become a zoo. Sở thú houses 590 animals from 125 species around the world
Located in Go Vap district, although you may struggle to reach emart, it is worth the effort, especially to young people whom loves street style ootd.
- Mống Bridge
Taking a walk down the Mống bridge has never been a bad idea, this iconic green bridge with a significant view of the river with Bitexco, the second highest building in town. At night, there are dozens of street vendor gathers selling drinks and snacks; group of friends sit on the ground and make conversation, sometimes they play guitars and sing together. However, if you want to buy drinks or snacks, don’t forget to ask the price prior to taking it.
- Fine Art Museum
Not only an ideal stop for learning cultural and art of Saigon, the Fine Art museum is currently one the favorite check-in of the young. To whom does not love artwork, nevermind, you are still influenced by the beauty of this antique space.