It was really good. There's a walking street in front of the building. It's very happenning at night time.
About People's Committee Building
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I visited this place last May, around 3pm. There were guards and they did not let me get in. Later I discovered that public access is banned. So take photos from the outside. The architecture is still pretty.
but it was the City Hall of Saigon and continues today as the City administration building. Built in the French Colonial style as the other buildings in District 1, it as modeled on the Paris City Hall. It's great that the historic area has been...More
This building is in a very popular area. There are beautiful gardens in front, also statue of Ho Chi Minh. Great in evening for a stroll, or shops all around during the day.
The building is modest but nice to walk around. The many rooms including the offices and living space of past leaders offer a wonderful peek into the history of south Vietnam and how its government worked before the Vietcong took over.
A popular attraction for local and the tourists. A good photo spot. Wide open space in front of the building become a good place for gathering especially during festival season.
Lots of activities at the garden in front. an iconic area for tourists to take photos. popular area for events. sure to walk by if in District 1. located in the key shopping area
Went in the morning and it was stunning. The building with Vietnam's flag flying above was beautifully located behind a statue of Ho Chi Minh in all his grandeur. Don't be too caught up taking photos right in front of the statue though, if you...More
You can't miss the place and the statue because they are in the middle of the downtown. A well maintained building but we cannot go in. There was plenty of night buzz in the evening. Local vendors are selling stuff and sitting down on the...More
Beautiful architecture very well maintained Parliament Building. Its central to the down town area, so you cannot miss it. You cannot go inside, but its impressive from the outside and a great photo shoot especially with Ho Chi Minh statue in the foreground - classic...More