Saigon sightseeing


I had been looking forward to coming to Ho Chi Minh City, or formerly and really still to this day known as Saigon. To me it was the place in Vietnam with the most mystery and where we could learn most about the country’s history. By the time we came to Saigon though we were a little bit disillusioned with Vietnam (despite having spent a few lovely days in Hoi An) and just in general, approaching the halfway point of our travel in Asia, we were becoming a bit tired and restless. We had decided that we will not spend much more time in Vietnam, we needed a change of scenery and decided to make our way to Cambodia and then to Bali as soon as possible. But I still really wanted to see Saigon, so here we were. You know you are in Saigon, when you see this:

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