In the past, you used to be a state-run post office and become a visitor center. You can also send postcards here, but this is not its main function.
Not only can you see the changes in Vietnam.
You can also see traditional Vietnamese craftsmanship.
These paper products are very delicate and each one is exquisite.
With the changes in the function of the post office, it has now become a must-see destination for every visitor.
Min Hua Emily
Central Post Office is a yellow French building that contrasts sharply with the red Cathedral of Our Lady of Saigon. It is a red and yellow one, which constitutes a pattern of tourism in Ho Chi Minh City.
Into the post office, the vaults, flower windows, counters, chandeliers, telephone rooms, post boxes, etc., all have a strong European classical atmosphere. The spacious hall is lined with circular benches. On both sides of the hall is a counter for business. There is a map of Vietnam on each side of the wall. It is said that this is a map hand-painted by French geographers.
Central Post Office? Look more like the central station
from the Eiffel Tower design master
full of French romantic style
come coincidentally met Vietnamese students to take a graduation photo
all kinds of tricks funny posture Its the same as the domestic/style
posture. The French style is especially charming
, of course, the exquisite not only the design of the post office
but also the souvenir
opening time hidden in the angle:
youth traveling of Lin
Ho Chi Minh
Vietnam Travel Many people will choose Ho Chi Minh City as the first stop. Ho Chi Minh's must-have attractions include the Central Post Office and the Pink Church. Recommend a bright yellow Ho Chi Minh Art Museum with a small number of people. There are a lot of collections in the building. The decoration is also very particular. The corridors of the Nanyang style are everywhere, and there are rotating red stairs. The photos are particularly beautiful.
The Central Post Office in Ho Chi Minh City is a French colonial post office built in the 19th century. The exterior of the Post Office resembles an elaborate train station. Wherever you look, everything is intricately designed and decorated. The dates of the Post Office's construction (1886-1891) are inscribed beneath the large clock over the main entrance. Walk into the Post Office and you'll find a spacious lobby with a classically arching ceiling, round windows, hanging chandeliers, and stunningly gorgeous wall lamps, among other decorative features. Beneath the old map on the wall, there are classic phone booths from which you can make international calls. While visiting the Central Post Office, consider mailing a postcard home.