I attended a wedding dinner in HCMC last weekend. The dinner was held at the Tajmasago Palace Restaurant in Phu My Hung, District 7.
It is a grand restaurant with various pools and fountains in the courtyard. It also houses a hotel for guests who wish to spend the night.
I was told that this restaurant was built by the owner of Khai Silk.
Vincom Centre and the Saigon Opera House
Vincom Centre is a new shopping arcade by Vincom group, one of the big property moguls in Vietnam. They also have a retro, pseudo-Victorian bent towards their architectural style.
Here in the foreground is the courtyard of Vincom Centre facing Le Loi Boulevard and in the background is the Saigon Opera House.
The Heaven’s Gate Pass in Sapa, Lao Cai Province, Vietnam.
This is the pass between Vietnam and China, with the highest mountain range in Indochina peninsula. On the left outside the frame, stands Fansipan, the highest mountain in Indochina.
Another view of the Tam Coc River in Ninh Binh Province in northern Vietnam.
Notice the tombstones along the river bank? The Chinese inscriptions on them implies that these are hundreds of years old, probably erected during or even before the early French colonialisation.
A Black H’mong Ethnic minority lady climbing up the rice terraces that’s carved from the valley in Sapa, northern Vietnam.