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We took a little boat down through the mudflats on the Mekong Delta. Our oars person was an extremely strong woman who propelled us down tracks eroded into the mud by the river. To see one mighty river from this level enabled me to appreciate...More
Very nice to stroll along. There is always some construction or something going on in the city though. Its a city bridges so its fun to walk the length of the riverwalk and see the ferry terminals, the sights and sounds of boats plying the...More
Saigon river passes in the middle of Ho Chi Min city. Therefore the river can be approached at different points in the city. I reached this river near Bach Dang Pier - Bus stop Ton Duc Thang - opposite of Liberty Central Saigon Riverside hotel....More
The city winds along the contours of the river. It's a working river with tugs, barges, water taxis, etc, going both directions. Our hotel (renaissance) provided a lovely view day and night. We walked along the street but a night cruise would be nice to...More
We walked along the river because we thought it sounded nice. We quickly learned why it isn't promoted as something to do in HCMC. The river is dirty and a bit smelly. There a beautifully manicured gardens and parks along the way juxtaposed by homeless...More
We enjoyed the Saigon river, we completed a tour of the Chu Chi Tunnels and instead of going back in our tour bus we were offered a river boat ride back to Saigon ($14 US). It was wonderful, the upper reaches of the river are...More
A vast river to walk along side, lots of activity along the way. Families, traders, fisherman and many Street vendors. The river itself, like much of Vietnam is used as a dump, which is a real pity. I struggle to grasp how the Vietnamese put...More