Stroll in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

On our last day in Ho Chi Minh City, we decided to take a wandering path through the busy streets and take in the sights along the way.



While Hanoi has very narrow streets, Saigon is the opposite, with the number of motorbikes even more staggering! They’re everywhere, criss-crossing constantly ¬†through each other and through pedestrians. Look at this!


But somehow no one ever seems to hit each other or pedestrians who need to walk on the street because the sidewalks are used as motorbike parking.


The most interesting building we randomly came across was this pink church. Looks like a magical castle brought down from the clouds.







Goodbye Saigon and Vietnam. Tomorrow: Phnom Penh, Cambodia!

One thought on “Stroll in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

  1. It’s crazy to walk in such a crowded area just dealing with the crowd is enough but the motorbikes its above and beyond. Surprise no one gets hit. I see alot of people with a face mask, is it polluted there? That church is stunning love the color and design. Something from another era. It is a catholic church? I see the crucifix inside. Well Bon Voyage safe trip love ya both God bless.

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