From historical buildings to tasty Vietnam food, don’t miss out on what Ho Chi Minh City has to offer!
Echelon Vietnam is happening this weekend! Join now for two intensive days of information exchange, relationship-building, provoking discussions and breakthrough exhibitions. Don’t miss out, get your tickets today.
The Echelon Vietnam conference is kicking off this weekend in Ho Chi Minh City. While you’re probably eager and excited to experience what the conference has to offer, why not take some time off to explore the beautiful Ho Chi Minh City too?
From historical French buildings to breathtaking views of the city, take a look at the top 7 things you must do when visiting Ho Chi Minh City outside of Echelon Vietnam:
1. Experience the spectacular view from the Bitexco Financial Tower
Standing at 262 metres tall, the Bitexco Financial Tower Vietnam’s tallest building. It also has a sky deck and sky bar that offers amazing 360 degree views of the city.
2. Admire the French colonial architecture
While walking around the Dong Khoi area, admire several French buildings such as the Notre Dame Cathedral, Central Post Office and National Theater.
3. Learn about war history at War Remnants Museum
This museum hosts war vehicles used in the war between America and Vietnam from 1954 to 1975. Inside the museum, you can find photographs, documents and exhibits that remind visitors of the sobering past and effects of the war.
4. Visit the Independence Palace (Reunification Palace)
Wander through the halls, discover the secret rooms, antiques and command bunker in this historical landmark. Echelon Vietnam will also be taking place here on 18th & 19th November (this weekend).
5. Experience being a Vietnamese soldier at Cu Chi Tunnels
Experience crawling through a network of tunnels that Vietnamese soldiers used to move around undetected in the past. Along with guided tours and great photo opportunities, this is an experience you don’t want to miss.
6. Discover the sacred Vietnamese temples
Visit the Jade Emperor Pagoda and the Cao Dai Temple, two religious and exotic temples that immerses you into the atmospheric nature of the places.
7. Indulge in Vietnam’s speciality foods
From pho and banh mi, to op la and bun mam, Vietnam is host to a plethora of delicious offerings. Be sure to stop by the many local stalls and feast away.
Echelon is headed to Vietnam on the 18th and 19th of November in Ho Chi Minh City. With only a few days left to Echelon Vietnam, don’t miss out on the opportunity to gain first-hand access to all the action in Vietnam. Grab your tickets today.
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