72 Hours in Saigon? The Heat is On!

With its streets bustling in organised chaos with motorbikes, and its architecture screaming French influences, get ready to be shookt and feel your sense of wanderlust fulfilled.

Ho Chi Minh City (formerly called Saigon) in Southern Vietnam is a perfect destination to book a trip to. Not only are the attractions very accessible, but the food and accommodations are very affordable too. And if you’re looking for a long weekend destination, the city lends itself very friendly to a 72-hour (or less!) tour.


Quick Country Destination / Guide

Largely popular for its pivotal role in the Vietnam War, Ho Chi Minh has become an amalgamation of old-meets-new. Named after the leader of the North Vietnamese when war with America broke out, Ho Chi Minh City is popular for its French colonial landmarks, some of which are made entirely from materials coming from France. Feast on some legit Pho and Banh Mi while watching pedestrians dodge the Vietnamese on motorbikes.

Why Visit:

Affordable / Cheap Country to Visit

Easy to get around

Watch Outs:

Main Tourist Attractions can be very underwhelming

Total Cost of Three-Day Trip: PHP 11,300 / USD 220 (excluding airfare)



5 Instagrammable Places in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)

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Saigon Outcast: One of Ho Chi Minh’s Creative Hubs, providing the perfect subject for your #feedgoals
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Vinh Trang Temple: One of the most popular temples in Ho Chi Minh, absolutely perfect on your feed
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Saigon Central Post Office: Right across the Notre Dame Cathedral, this structure is a reminder of Vietnam’s French past & an Instagram staple for Ho Chi Minh visitors
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Legit Vietnamese Pho: Noodle Soup common in Vietnam, you can’t go wrong with a shot of this!
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The Morning Cafe: What’s a trip without a coffee shop post?


Download the Full Ho Chi Minh Itinerary Now – click on the file link below! 

Saigon in 72 Hours

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