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Houston to Ho Chi Minh City Route Information

Cheapest Fare: $526.79
Travel Distance:9,268 Miles

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Airports in Houston

The city of Houston in Texas is served by two airports- William P. Hobby Airport and George Bush Intercontinental Airport. George Bush Intercontinental Airport is the primary airport serving the city. It is located about 23 miles away from Downtown Houston and serves the Greater Houston metropolitan area and is. The airport offers scheduled flights to a large number of domestic and international destinations. Passengers can avail seamless connectivity to all parts of the city from here through a state-operated bus service (Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County or METRO), shuttle services and inter-terminal transportation services. The airport is also helped by the city’s former primary airport, William P. Hobby Airport. Located 7 miles away from downtown Houston, it also serves scheduled flights to many domestic and international destinations.

Explore Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City is the most populated city in Vietnam. It is also known as Saigon that is a reminiscent of its troubled past with the French colonial regime until it was liberated in 1955. The city is named after a famous national hero, Ho Chi Minh and is home to several French colonial landmarks and other Western European architectural marvels. Some architectural highlights here are Dame Cathedral and Central Post Office. Ho Chi Minh City is like most of the South Asian cities because it flaunts an all-pervasive culture of tasty street foods.

Things to do in Ho Chi Minh City

War Remnants Museum

The War Remnants Museum was opened in less than five months after the fall of the South Vietnamese regime in 1975. It is home to a wide range of U.S. military tanks, jets and howitzers short guns. Also, of note is a series of gruesome photographs captured during the Vietnam War and jars of deformed fetuses related to contamination by US forces.

Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon

Built by French colonialists in 1880, the Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon was entirely built by materials imported from France. It was elevated to the status of the Saigon Chief Cathedral by Pope Jophn XXIII in 1962. It grabbed a lot of eyeballs during October 2005 when a statue of Mother Mary here was reported to have shed tears.

Saigon Central Post Office

The Saigon Central Post Office was constructed during the French occupation in 1891. It is a glorious some of Gothic, Renaissance and French architectural styles. It is known for two painted maps, one showing Southern Vietnam and Cambodia and the other depicting greater Saigon, both related to 1892.

Best Time to Fly to Ho Chi Minh City

The best time to fly to Ho Chi Minh City is the dry season from November to April. The city celebrates its New Year celebrations and Chinese New Year celebrations during this period.

Ho Chi Minh City Travelers' Reviews

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If you like lots of people and partying this is your town. people everywhere, lots of stores, bars, restaurants, bright lights, loud music and plenty of things to do. Most people were very friendly to foreigners. Bring VND cash a lot of places do not accept credit card until you get to the bigger stores or restaurants. Most people were honest and helpful but there were a few that would try to take advantage of you and overcharge. Know the cost of something before you purchase. If they don't want to tell you before they bring it to you be cautious. Leave the driving to the locals. Driving here is not for foreigners, beside taxis and very very cheap. Overall very fun town this was our favorite then Hoi An, then Hanoie out of the 3 towns we visited.
- Douglas  Aug 20, 2019

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