Vincom Center, Ho Chi Minh City
About Vincom Center, Ho Chi Minh City
Vincom Center, Ho Chi Minh City
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Overview of Vincom Center
This article refers Vincom Center in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Vincom Center is often skipped on the visit, owing to the plethora of other prime attractions of Ho Chi Minh City.
Attractions like War Remnants Museum, Central Post Office, Reunification Palace, Cu Chi Tunnels and Bitexco Financial Tower Skydeck are the usual crowd pullers of Ho Chi Minh City and you might easily miss out Vincom Center amidst these top things to do in Ho Chi Minh City.
Top rated Ho Chi Minh City tours do not include Vincom Center in their schedule, you can add it to your plan anyway.
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Getting around Vincom Center, Ho Chi Minh City
Best transit method is Taxi. The distance is 1.67 Kilometre, costing around VND 46000. The duration of the trip is 2 minutes.Walk
On foot. The distance is 1.48 Kilometre and time to reach is approximately 18 minutes.
The most preferred mode of transport is Taxi. The transit will take around 3 minutes, covering a distance of 2.15 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly VND 55000.Walk
Walking is recommended. The distance is around 1.09 Kilometre and it will take around 13 minutes.
It is recommended to take Car which will cost you roughly USD 1, taking around 1 minutes. The distance between the two points is 0.5 Kilometre.Walk
By walking for 5 minutes for a distance of 0.42 Kilometre.
Vincom Center, Ho Chi Minh City Reviews - Write a Review
Very nice upscale multi-level mall right in the heart of Saigon. It is about two blocks from the Notre Dame Cathedral. The place is clean and attractive. They have quite a variety of shops accommodating different tastes and prices. On the bottom level, there are numerous restaurants (Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese, Korea, Burgers, etc.) It would take two weeks to try them all. There is also a supermarket that sells pretty much all of the essentials and more. For the little ones, there is a huge arcade and carnival games on an upper level that would keep them busy for hours (it may cost you some money though). The Vincom Center is definitely one of my favorite malls in Saigon. Definitely comparable to many malls here in the US.
Saigon center was way better and bigger. Better food selection and good for people watching. Plus it's closer to the Walking Street aka Nguyen hue
Place to shop for brands. Same old selection as any place else on this planet selling Big Brands. OK for those who are obsessed by brands, for others, not most CH to do except cool off in the super AC.
This is an upscale mall. I don't bother with the shops because of the high end shops are also available in the US. What I like about this place is the quality and selection of the food court. It provides good food and COOL place to enjoy (this is very important to me because street food is too hot for me).
Getting to the Vincom Centre is easy. Getting in is fine. Getting out is an absolute nightmare unless you make sure that you know which floor has the exit at ground level. One could easily be stuck in there for an extra hour. I find the shops too exclusive and out of 90% of people's expenditure range. There are some ludicrous items to buy in there yet it is impossible to find a tie rack type hanger in Vietnam. Shopping in Vietnam is like the demographics. Either it's rock bottom for the poor or stupidly expensive for the wealthy. The best thing in the Vincom Centre is the thing which no one sees. They have a Hammer Strength Gym and a Roman style swimming pool near the top of the building. It's one of the best equipped gyms I've ever seen but because of the pool it is again stupidly expensive and again most other gyms in Vietnam are very crude and full of junk and broken equipment. The Vincom Centre is good for a look into the world of fantasy but there is nothing in there I'd buy. Their Doctor Martens are three times the price of the UK and they say 'Made in England' which they haven't been this century. They are all made in China. Not that the locals would know of course.
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