How about visiting Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam for your first overseas trip in a long time?

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam continues to have a pleasant climate,
In addition to Japan, we have visitors from Europe, the United States, Asian countries, and Australia.

Prostyle Hotel Ho Chi Minh is easy to get used to for those who come to Ho Chi Minh for the first time,
It is conveniently located.
24 minutes by taxi from the airport.
Located almost in the center of Ho Chi Minh City.
In Ho Chi Minh City, commercial, tourist and gourmet spots are concentrated in this center.
In addition, the land adjacent to the hotel is a place where Japanese restaurants gather called Le Thanh Ton’s Japanese town.
Not only Japanese but also Vietnamese and Westerners are enjoying Japanese food here.


Japanese yakitori

japanese noodles RAMEN

For the first visit to Ho Chi Minh City, please feel Saigon first.
The center is home to Francolonial buildings dating from the late 1800s.


Completed in 1909 as Saigon City Hall. It has been used as the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee City Hall since the end of the Vietnam War.


Saigon Central Post Office. Completed in 1891. It was modeled after the Orsay station building in Paris. It is a famous tourist attraction as one of the colonial buildings of the Saigon era.


Saigon Great Church. This Catholic church was built between 1863 and 1880 during the French Indochina period.


Saigon Opera House. Built by a French architect, it was completed and opened in 1900. Inviting theater companies from Paris to Saigon, it was a popular theater for French settlers and the French army. It is still used today.


Reunification Palace. Completed in 1873, it was originally used as the palace where the French governor lived, and was used as the presidential palace during the South Vietnam era. Saigon fell and the Vietnam War came to an end as a tank broke through the fence and entered the site of “The Moment When a Country Disappears”. It is now a museum that remains intact.


Reservations are accepted by e-mail.
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