Buzzing motorbikes, screaming horns, busy streets packed with noisy pedestrians, animals and evertyhing else that completes this beautiful chaos. The air is a m�lange of all kinds of different smells, but believe me, you would love it! From Hanoi, the cultural hub in the North, to gleaming Saigon in the South - a slumbering country on the move, Vietnam with its bustling cities will truly captivate you.
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Ho Chi Minh City is commonly known as Sai Gon or by the abbreviation HCMC. Although it is not the capital of Viet Nam, it is the largest city in Viet Nam and it was the capital of the former Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam).
Sai Gon offers some interesting sites:
• Reunification Palace: Built between 1962 and 1966, it offers a frozen-in-time look at the home of the president of South Vietnam at the time Saigon fell to the North on April 30, 1975. A replica of tank #843
The never-ending sand beach at the Mủi Né Peninsula is well on its way to turn into one of Vietnam’s most popular seaside touristic sites. Over the last years this destination also known by the name of the nearby city Phan Thiet has almost caught up