The City Hall was built from 1902 to 1908, aged 116. It is a landmark building in Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh City Hall. The main building has two floors, less than 10 meters in height and 50 meters in width. However, his pale yellow exterior wall, crimson roof, bright color. The high central bell tower, arches, windows, porches and exquisite sculptures all highlight the Baroque style, and at a glance, it will be recognized as a French building.
Night lights are very good, the city hall is very close to the post office, church, and closely watching SKYDECK, the day was very lucky to see the Vietnamese star MTP performance... Then walk to the cafe opposite the church to have a cup of coffee and chat. It's a good night!
It's too close to where I live. I went once in the evening and once in the morning. Municipal halls are inaccessible to government offices. The avenues and squares at the entrance are magnificent. At the end of the Avenue is the Saigon River. The two five-star hotels are separated on both sides. It's the most magnificent place for Ho Chi Minh.
Designed and constructed by French designers at the end of the 19th century, this building has a magnificent Rococo style, white walls and red roofs, which look like a palace from afar. The square in front of the palace is carefully designed. Many tourists take pictures here. Although the headquarters of the People's Committee is not open to the public as a government organ, people can come here after nightfall, and the buildings illuminated by various lights have a special charm.
When I came to Ho Chi Minh City, I saw the French architecture in the streets and alleys. I smelled the fragrance of drip coffee. It was different from the British style in Hong Kong and Portuguese style in Macau. What I felt here was the original romantic French style.
The ticket is 30,000 Vietnamese Dong per person, only one turn at the bottom. The trees in the yard are very tall. Other general.