MUST-VISIT MUSEUMS & LANDMARKS
Housed in a neo-classical structure built in 1885, the Ho Chi Minh City Museum presents an informative exhibition on the history of the city comprising of photographs, artefacts and memorabilia.
A short stroll away is the Reunification Palace. Having been the site where northern Vietnamese troops captured the city on 30 April 1975, marking the fall of Saigon, it is one of the most historically significant locations in Vietnam.
Just down the street from the hotel is the trio of picturesque landmarks that is the neo-Romanesque Notre Dame Cathedral, the neo-classical Central Post Office just opposite, and the French colonial Opera House built in 1897.
And from The Reverie Saigon’s sky-high perch, the city’s monument Nguyen Hue Boulevard can be seen stretching from the riverfront to the exquisite 1908-built Hôtel de Ville – now the People’s Committee Building.
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