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The Free Architecture Guide of Ho Chi Minh City (PDF)

Vietnam’s emerging architecture can be best seen in Ho Chi Minh city and Hanoi, two beautiful cities that I explored in 2016. Because the capital is experiencing so much growth, I’ll be updating this map constantly with its new structures. This guide covers everything interesting in terms of architecture. If you find any mistakes, or have any suggestions please let me know in the comments. My intention is to keep it useful. Hope you enjoy!

Download pdf here: Ho Chi Minh Architecture Guide 2019
Download map here: Ho Chi Minh Architecture Guide 2019


8 thoughts on “The Free Architecture Guide of Ho Chi Minh City (PDF)

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  4. A very comprehensive guide! I would like to add the newest skyscraper, the Landmark 81, to this list 🙂 Completed last year, Landmark 81 surpasses the Petronas Towers in term of height, making it the tallest building in Southeast Asia.

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    • Hello Len 🖐🏻 Thanks for stopping by. I think that one is on the list, maybe I put it in the wrong location?
      Any favourite places of Hi Chi Minh?

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        • Ahhh the Secret Garden, I loved that little heaven 🙂 Also the Vietnamese coffee 👌🏼
          Any other foods you recommend besides Pho?

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        • Hm… i would say broken rice with grilled meat, slowly braised pork belly and the Vietnamese baguette. Those three are my favourites. But honestly the option is endless. It all depends on mood and season 🙂

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