The Landmark

Address: 5b Ton Duc Thang Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 5b Ton Duc Thang Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, is near Central Post Office, Reunification Palace (Hoi Truong Thong Nhat), Saigon Opera House (Ho Chi Minh Municipal Theater), and Ipa-nima.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Landmark Ho Chi Minh City

Reviewed by emandtim

Great place with really great staff!

Reviewed Mar 25, 2014
by (5 reviews) Lund , Sweden Flag of Sweden

Clean, great breakfast and central location. But most of all such service minded staff! They really went bout of their way to help us and we ended up booking our Halong bay trip through them as well, also ended up being great!

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TripAdvisor Reviews The Landmark Ho Chi Minh City

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City

First full day in Saigon

A travel blog entry by ghnjtravels on Apr 12, 2015

13 photos

... were the war ended 30/4/75 and had a look at all the old stuff still in place then went to the building from that famous picture of the last Huey taking of from the roof with all the South Vietnamnese trying to get out before the over run by the VietCong, finished of in a bar on the 52 nod floor of the Bitexico building with expensive drinks and stunning but hazy views over the ...

Chapter 26 - The Heat Is On In ..Ho Chi Minh City?

A travel blog entry by ace241191 on Feb 10, 2015

30 photos

... br> This was one attraction I was not going to miss out on seeing. It took nearly 2 hours to get there. A lot of time considering the tunnels were only about 50 km from the edge of the city. Asia being Asia, off course the bus made a detour to some pottery factory so that we could by stupidly sized vases and plates with pretty pictures of flowers on which are a must buy.

Eventually we reached the tunnels (roughly 16:00). Interestingly our guide fought ...

Dining in the Dark

A travel blog entry by mooretravelling on Jan 31, 2015

2 comments, 5 photos

... Agent Orange' - the effects of which are still seen in adults and their children in Vietnam today. The US withdrew before the war ended in an attempt to hand over the fighting to the Southern Vietnamese.

Cu Chi provides an opportunity to see bomb craters, munitions workshops, horrific booby traps and of course a selection of the tunnels themselves. Traps consisted of barbed spikes attached to various mechanisms ...

Lost in paradise

A travel blog entry by andshegoes on Jan 17, 2015

... and is actually the second biggest exporter of it coming in after Brazil!
I sit now at my hostel having grabbed my dinner from a food stall (a Vietnamese bahn mi sandwhich - pork, fresh vegetables, herbs and some chili sauce) and am at the kitchen table with some of the vietnamese staff.. They speak no English though interact with me, wanting to see my labret piercing, smiling and poking my dimples, trying to feed me whatever it is that they are eating.. ...

A very very very long train journey to the south

A travel blog entry by stefan79 on Dec 29, 2014

5 photos

... part of the journey, and had to decide if I either wanted to lie on top or underneath a used sheet. I just used my new one and wrapped myself in it. So if you enter the train outside of Hanoi and HCMC make sure you ask for two new sheets, or bring one of the cheapish silk linen you can buy everywhere...

I managed to get my bag up to the space over the door without waking up any of the three Vietnamese I was sharing the cabin with. I should ...