Magnificent beauty of Ho Chi Minh City from above
With an area of over 2,000 square kilometres and a population of more than 10 million, Ho Chi Minh City is the largest economic center in Vietnam. Its rapid development has laid a foundation for it to become one of the most glamorous cities in Southeast Asia.
From above, the urban architecture of Ho Chi Minh City appears both modern and harmonious, featuring numerous impressive structures along the Saigon River.__Photo: VNA
The headquarters of the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee is a classical architectural structure, carrying symbolic significance for the city. The building was constructed between 1898 and 1909 and designed by architect Femand Gardès__Photo: VNA
Vo Van Kiet Boulevard (also known as the East-West Highway) connects provinces to the east and west of Ho Chi Minh City, fostering close links between various localities in the key economic region of the south.__Photo: VNA
Binh Dong Wharf is one of dozens of important ports along the Saigon River canal network.__Photo: VNA
Ho Chi Minh City is increasingly transforming, with clean and green canal networks testifying to a modern and civilized urban area__Photo: VNA
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