Another well-known name of Ho Chi Minh City is Saigon, which was first known among Liang Jiahui's film lovers. Later, in memory of President Ho Chi Minh, the name was changed to Ho Chi Minh City in 1975. Because it has been a French colony for a long time, it has the reputation of Little Paris. Today, there are still many French-style buildings, not only buildings, but also the habit of drinking coffee and eating French sticks. Today it is the most developed and wealthiest area in Vietnam.
Walking in the streets of Ho Chi Minh City, full of strong French flavor and socialist style, inevitably has a sense of time and space disorder. I prefer its original name, Saigon, to its present name. It is not a small Paris in the East, nor a small Shanghai in Vietnam. It is a lazy but fresh Saigon in its bones.
Vietnam · Saigon" A graceful Asian man, a charming French girl, a beautiful love story, here is Saigon. Nowadays, it is the most dynamic city in Vietnam. It is very busy and crowded. Modernity and history shine together here, and the whole city is celebrating the arrival of the Spring Festival. Half a day, I fell in love with Saigon, today's Ho Chi Minh (grin teeth)
Old streets with closed shutters, open-air cafes, French bakery stalls and all kinds of Mekong River, through the long vicissitudes of life, brought back to Saigon in the 1930s. Although it has been renamed Ho Chi Minh City, many people still murmur to themselves Sai Gon Sai Gon.
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam's second largest city, is also the most financially and economically developed city. Influenced by the French colonial rule, it has a special number of tourist attractions and delicacies, which are sought after by both Chinese and foreign tourists, while promoting local economic development.