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Being born and raised in San Francisco's Chinatown, I found Cho Lon-District 5 to be a welcoming place away from home. I can compare Cho Lon to visiting certain areas of Hong Kong and Taiwan. I sampled two Dim Sum Restaurants in Cho Lon and...More
I’m an expat loving in China so was interested to see what the Chinatown scene was like here. I was hoping to find some things that I couldn’t find at home and wasn’t disappointed. Be forewarned that there are some places that do not sell...More
Large neighbourhood. Walkable, but probably not for young kids as pavements not so good or usually blocked because people have parked their mopeds on the pavement so have to walk in the road. A very busy and old district. Old buildings. Urban grit. Many great...More
Far larger than I expected. Has absolutely EVERYTHING you can imagine from food to fashion. It is in District 5, about a 30min drive from the CBD. Wouldn't rush there really, n though glad to have gone.
A big market that has decently gone through big renovation. It is just reopened. New stores front are clean abd organised. Fabric, snacks, dried seafood, householdwares, clothing, hats and so much more can be found here. A place that can take over your 1 day...More
The lane inside the market is very narrow and the ventilation is very poor. Cramp and dark. The whole place caters for wholesales. I am not sure if they do retail. The weather makes the visit worse. Won't come back again unless I need wholesales...More
The Chinatown of Ho Chi Minh City, this place is not as distinct as others in Southeast Asia. Nonetheless, there are sights that allow a good understanding of Chinese-Vietnamese culture, including many temples, such as the Quan Am Pagoda.