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

Day 15 - Rice bowls, Vespas and jumping chicken

A travel blog entry by johnth on Apr 07, 2015

43 photos

... is very popular in Vietnam, many people can perform cover versions with near perfect English, even if they have a strong accent when talking. (Weird that!!). We stay for 5 songs by 2 performers, both accompanied by a violin and a pianist then head off to our last venue, a noisy, packed rock type club.

At the rock club we head to the bar at the back of the club for drinks. We can have 2 drinks for free, prices seem to start at 100,000VND so I have a couple of mojitos for ...

Last full day in Vietnam

A travel blog entry by tranmereduo on Mar 04, 2015

7 photos

... as the Hiroshima Peace Museum. It is well worth a visit. We visited a lacquer factory where they showed us lacquer products were made. Lots of boxes and plates for sale but we have decided not to buy souvenirs just for the sake of it (nothing super appealing). After a Vietnamese lunch, we went back to our hotel for a bit of a rest. Caroline had a snooze while I added to the travel blog. We then went out into the heat to walk down ...

Vietnam: a 28 day journey!

A travel blog entry by movi on Feb 28, 2015

311 photos

... Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). The DMZ used to be an area five kilometres north and south of the border between north and south Vietnam, intended to be ‘no-mans land’ and used to reduce the military combat there. In the end the DMZ ended up being the most military active area during the Vietnam War. We wanted to visit the DMZ because the Vietnam War has had such an impact on Vietnam as a country and we wanted to get a better understanding of in what sense and how the war impacted ...

Remnants of War

A travel blog entry by bat1chief.cj on Feb 28, 2015

6 photos

... the general way we got around. Walk.

Listen for motorbikes on the sidewalk then get out of the way. Many times the sidewalk is faster than the street so the motorcycles run up the curb and drive down the sidewalk. ...

The Cu Chi Tunnel

A travel blog entry by wendy.breen on Feb 10, 2015

11 photos

An organised trip today to Ben Dinh Tunnel, Cu Chi. Roger and I were the last two to be picked up, with me seated right at the front and him right at the back with the rowdy Aussies. Looking around it looked like we were on a back packers day out. Roger and I were the oldest two on the trip. Our first stop was at a craft market, set up by the Vietnamese government, where disabled people could make works of art, paintings, pots ...