The post office is located in the first county of Ho Chi Minh City. The post office in Ho Chi Minh City, which is adjacent to Notre Dame Church of Saigon, is a famous scenic spot and retains the functions of the post office. This French building, built in France from 1886 to 1891 and officially opened in 1892, is the first post office in French colonial period. The empty hall is magnificent, with a large portrait of Ho Chi Minh hanging prominently. On both sides of the wall are old maps of Vietnam. Under the old maps, there are special telephone booths for international calls. On both sides of the hall are souvenir shops and cash machines, as well as information centers and currency exchanges. Walking further is the real postal service. Every visitor here will send a postcard to his relatives, friends or himself as a souvenir. In addition, if you want to take retro-style photos on the benches in the post office, it is suggested that you come earlier and take pictures quickly. Tips: The basket that provides free postcards in the post office is usually just an ornament. Postcards sold in the post office are not very sellable and of varying quality. If they are not in a hurry, they can be selected elsewhere (such as Fan Wulao Street). There are tables and chairs in the post office and they can be filled in by sitting. The postage for mailing to China is 10,500 Vietnamese shields, but due to the small number of 500-denomination Vietnamese shields, it is likely that 11,000 Vietnamese shields will be paid without change. Tips: If you want to collect postmarks, ask the staff for the same day's postmarks at the first counter on the right-hand side of the door. Staff usually give you the postmark and let you cover it by yourself.