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The US city of San Francisco in California is primarily served by San Francisco International Airport. The airport also serves San Francisco Bay Area and is a major gateway to Europe and Asia. Located 13 miles away from downtown San Francisco, this airport is the largest in Northern California and the second-busiest in California. San Francisco International Airport is well-connected to all parts of the city through a superb transportation network comprising a rail network (BART and Caltrain), buses operated by nearby San Mateo County (called SamTrans), shared ride, vans, hotel courtesy shuttles, and taxis.

Explore Ho Chi Minh City

Also referred to as Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City is the biggest city in Vietnam. It is a high-octane city of culture and trade that has driven Vietnam forward with its incredible energy. From the cheap guesthouses to the finest of inns, the delicious street food to the most tasteful of restaurants, the scrums of business sectors to the choicest of boutiques, Ho Chi Minh is a city of discovery and energy. Vacationers can meander through long and excellent alleys to radiantly constructed temples alongside modern skyscrapers mixing the two universes inimitably.

Things to do in Ho Chi Minh City

Independence Palace

Also known as Reunification Palace, Independence Palace is a historic point of Ho Chi Minh City. It is based on the site of the previous Norodom Palace. The palace was designed by planner Ngo Viet Thu. It was the home and workplace of the President of South Vietnam in the period of the Vietnam War. Other than its historic significance, the palace also gloats architectural brilliance.

The War Remnants Museum

One of the most famous historical centers in Vietnam, War Remnants Museum was in the past the Museum of Chinese and American War Crimes. The gallery consummately passes on the mercilessness of the war and its casualties. The significant features of the historical center are US armored vehicles, bombs, infantry weapons, and artillery pieces. The ground floor of the War Museum focuses on a grouping of photographs of children affected by bombing and napalming.

Fine Arts Museum

Housed in an imposing colonial era structure, Fine Arts Museum brags an amazing accumulation of art, incorporating stunning pieces from the contemporary period. A great part of the collection of the gallery is inspired by war and the gallery also puts in display chronicled displays going back to the fourth century.

Best time to Fly to Ho Chi Minh City

Weather-wise, the best time to visit Ho Chi Minh City is during the dry months of December to March. During these months, the temperature is soothing and apt to enjoy sightseeing. Many tourists like to visit this city during the Tet Festival (Vietnamese New Year) celebrated in late January or early February.

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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