Born in 2000, Saigon Square is like a "high-class market" for Saigon shopping devotees. Up to now, Saigon Square has 2 addresses in District 1: Saigon Square at 77-89 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia & Saigon Square at 179E-181-183-185 Hai Ba Trung
Manzi is Hanoi’s newest independent art space, café and bar. Housed in an elegant turn of the 20th century French villa with a shady yard in a quiet lane near the Water Tower, it’s your perfect living room to spend your day reading or working on your laptop among paintings and art installations of well-known and emerging Vietnamese visual artists.
Hang Ma in English name means the street selling VOTIVE PAPER (VÀNG MÃ). It is located in the center of Hanoi, Hang Ma street near Dong Xuan Market, runs from the intersection Hang Duong (famous for candy cake omai…) to Phung Hung street. Hang Ma is one of few streets that keep the tradition of selling paper goods for more than 500 years.
The Emperor Jade Pagoda (Chua Ngoc Hoang or Phuoc Hai Tu) is located at 73 Mai Thi Luu Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Ngoc Hoang Pagoda was built in 1909 by a community of Cantonese who migrated from Guangzhou province in Southwest China.