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Dong Khoi, a lively stretch of shops and bars, spans from Notre Dame Cathedral to the Saigon River.Visit Dong Khoi for its stories: this characterful road has played a part in Ho Chi Minh's modern history, from the go-go bars that catered for young American GIs back in the 1950s, to its 1970s descent into disrepair after the fall of Saigon.This well-heeled area has always been one of the city's most prestigious addresses: today, it's the place to head for a night of culture, or a spot of shopping amongst the city's affluent residents.

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There aren’t a huge amount of expat clubs and associations in Vietnam but from speaking to expats living in Vietnam they assure us the expat community is both vast and welcoming.

We have put together the main expat groups you can join to meet like-minded people and make new friends: Saigon Hash Harriers Hash info...

Do not forget to bring some money for the hash fees (VND220,000 for expats, VND150,000 for locals).” For further Hash Run information: Name: Miss Saigon (Hash Geek) Phone: 84 8 902 849 288 Email: [email protected]: International Women's Club The Hanoi International Women’s Club (HIWC) is a non-profit group whose membership is open to all expatriate women living in Vietnam.

Meet other international women living in Hanoi, make friends, make a difference and more importantly have fun by becoming a HIWC member, Email: [email protected] Coffee Mornings: An informal Coffee Morning is held each second Thursday of the month.

The replacement building was later renamed Reunification Palace after the fall of Saigon in the 1970s.

Much of the palace remains unchanged since the 70s, and although the shiny rosewood-clad meeting rooms and musty library are interesting, perhaps the most fascinating relic resides in the garden.

If you're after a more meaningful cultural experience, make a beeline for the Municipal Theatre – a lavish 100-year-old building that regularly hosts local and touring dance, opera and theatre companies.

When the French left in 1954, Ngo Dinh Diem constructed the Independence Palace to demonstrate his country's strength, but it was pulled down after an attempt to assassinate him.

There are two landmark markets () in Ho Chi Minh City, and numerous others.

Cho Ben Thanh, located in District 1 across from the bus station, is probably the best known.

Ho Chi Minh City Museum has many informative exhibitions, and explains the country's bloody past through photographs, artefacts and memorabilia.

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