Parkson Hung Vuong
Parkson Hung Vuong is one of the first commercial centers in Ho Chi Minh and still stands to this day when other shopping malls in the area are closing. Besides four floors made just for shopping, there is also an extensive entertainment and restaurant area inside Hung Vuong Plaza.
Coming to Hung Vuong plaza, the first shopping area to consider is the Parkson department store. Parkson provides guests with a wide range of product choices at affordable prices.
Also, there are more than 300 fashion, cosmetics, and accessories brands for those who need to keep up with the latest trends. Cosmetic stores mainly stay on the 1st floor with brands like Shiseido, Estee Lauder and The Face Shop. The 2nd-floor is a mix of domestic and international familiar brands such as Timberland, Dickies, G2000, and Ninomaxx. 3rd floor is for sportswear lovers with Vans, Nike, Addidas stores.
Food and drink
Parkson Hung Vuong has two food courts, one on the 4th floor and the other on the 6th. The two food squares are packed with famous local and international restaurants and beverage stores. Some of the names are KFC, Lotteria, Hoang Yen Cuisine, Cali Rice, Highlands, and Papa Rotti.
CGV Cinema covers the 7th floor of Parkson Hung Vuong. This cinema is an ideal place for movie fanatic to spending leisure time coming to District 5. On the 4th floor of Parkson Hung Vuong locates a large Game Zone center. The number of games here is very diverse, from video games to bowling, basketball with high-quality guaranteed.
California Fitness Center, located on the 5th floor since 2005, has all the modern exercise machines serving the local’s need for a world quality gym.
Location: 126 Hong Bang, District 5, Ho Chi Minh
Opening hours: 09.30 - 22.00
Note: Parkson Hung Vuong does not provide public resting areas for visitors on any floor.
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