Ho Chi Minh City Central Post Office, built in the late 19th century, is designed by French architects. The interior of the hall is magnificently decorated and the dome is full of classical flavor. On both sides of the broad hall are business desks, and in the middle are circular benches, souvenir counters and long desks. At the end of the hall, Ho Chi Minh lovingly looks down at the crowds of foreign tourists who take pictures, daze or write with a large stack of postcards. Ho Chi Minh: Hu Chi Minh's huge portrait hangs in the middle of the wall at the end of the hall. Taking a picture with Grandpa Ho Chi Minh is the first choice for many tourists. Hand-drawn map: There is a big map on the wall on both sides of the hall. It is said that it was hand-painted by French geographers at that time. Architectural decoration: dome, circular window, gorgeous chandelier, wall lamp, telephone compartment, pillar decoration. Various people: tourists looking from east to west, locals making long distance calls in cubicles, and post office clerks who are not surprised.