Admire the charming Saigon Post Office
A trip to Saigon would not be completed without visiting one of Vietnam’s most beautiful examples of French colonial architecture, Saigon Central Post Office with its iconic curved windows and the big clock above the main entrance.
Cafe hopping to find the best Ca Phe Sua Da
Coffee has been an indispensable cultural feature of Saigonese since the French colonial era and serves as a place to meet friends, partners, and even an ideal place for dating. Make sure you enjoy Saigon's signature Ca Phe Sua Da (iced coffee with condensed milk) on a street-side corner like a local before you leave.
Catch a motorbike ride with a local to beat the traffic
Take a motorbike ride during rush hours and feel your heart race with the traffic. Don't forget to take a deep breath and soak it all in, you will feel life rushing through your body in the most exciting way.
Sit on a stool and enjoy all the delicious street food
Sit at the edge of traffic and enjoy the unique, cheap and authentic foods that we locals love so much. You won't be comfortable on the little stools, we know, but the experience will be worthwhile, we promise!
Treat yourself to a breathtaking view from a rooftop bar
Saigon is the best city for nightlife in Vietnam and the best way to enjoy that chill vibe is from one of the city's many rooftop bars. Our favorites are Glow, Chill but there are always new exciting venues popping up each month for you to explore.
Have a fabulous night out in Saigon
If the fancy sophisticated rooftop bars are not your scene, don't worry and head to Pham Ngu Lao for some bia hoi (street draft beer), to the multiple live music venues around the city, to the night market in District 1 and many more for a unique experience.
Pamper yourself with a spa day
Saigon can really stimulate all your senses and when that becomes overwhelming, make sure to save some time to rewind at one of the spas around the city at a fraction of the prices you would pay in your home country.
Have a boozy Sunday brunch by the Saigon river
Allow us to let you in on a little Saigon secret. The Deck restaurant in District 2 is a staple for Sunday brunch by the river with a delicious pan-Asian brunch menu that consists of not only the classics, such as eggs Benedict, avocado toast, croque-monsieur and croque-madame, but also a special buy-one-get-one-free deal on Moet & Chandon. Now that’s a brunch for kings and queens that like to wake up a little late on the weekend.
Shop 'til you drop
Come visit our SUNDAY shop at 228 Le Thanh Ton St., D.1 for an one-stop shopping experience. Our wide range of high-quality contemporary locally-made handicrafts will make sure you have an awesome selection of gifts for everyone back home!
| SUNDAY in Saigon
229 Le Thanh Ton St., District 1, HCMC
| SUNDAY in Hoi An
25 Nguyen Thai Hoc St., Hoi An
76 Tran Phu St., Hoi An