Saigon Square

Overview

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Saigon Square is a very familiar name to the people of Saigon, a reliable shopping place that people favorably call it as the "shopping paradise". With a wide variety of goods that have stable quality, Saigon Square is a popular destination not only for the people of Saigon but also for domestic and foreign tourists.

Address:

Founded in 2000 till now, Saigon Square currently has 2 facilities located in the heart of District 1:

  • Saigon Square 1: 77-89 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia, District 1, HCMC.
  • Saigon Square 3: 179E-181-183-185 Hai Ba Trung, District 1, HCMC.

Shopping

Bright, solemn space, with traditional market style but more luxurious, Saigon Square is called by the name "high-end market". The items of Saigon Square are arranged in each stalls, very convenient for customers to shop even for the first time.

Photo by @Ly Nguyen

The most attractive thing about Saigon Square is the low-cost brand name with familiar brands such as Zara, Mango, Gap, Abercrombie & Fitch, Banana Republic, Calvin Klein, Levi's, Polo ... This place is also the wholesale spot for many fashion stores in the city. The selling price is flexible, since it is called a market so customers should be bold to bargain the price. For purchase and sale, most items are exchanged within the specified time.

Another special feature that makes Saigon Square attractive to young people is the goods that are constantly updated according to the latest fashion trends. You can easily find here fashionable clothes for both men and women, children and adults. And moreover, the sellers also import big-size outfits for foreign tourists.

Dining

The Square, in the form of a market, only sells fashion clothes and goods so unfortunately, you could not find any food court or restaurant here. However, tourists can walk only 3 – 5 minutes to the around streets and dine at some fine restaurant that located just round the corner of the mall such as: Poke Saigon: 42 Ly Tu Trong, Dis 1, HCMC – healthy and vegan food, attractively decorated in a bowl, with a minimal and beautiful restaurant design. Li Bai Restaurant: Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers, Level 2 88 Dong Khoi Street, District 1, HCMC – delicious dimsum in a fancy hotel, good service and professional staff.

Photo by @Poke Saigon

Mountain Retreat: Rooftop Alley, 36 Le Loi St, Ben Nghe Ward, Dist.1, HCMC – signature Vietnamese food, delightful decoration and more importantly, customers can behold the bewitching Bitexco and Takashimaya building as well as Saigon busy street from above.

Other attractions near Saigon Square

Independence Palace

Address:135 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia, Ben Nghe ward, District 1, HCMC.

Opening hour: Morning: 1:30 - 11:30 & Afternoon: 13:00 - 17:00.

Just a 5-minute walk from the Square, Independence Palace is one of the destinations not to be missed by tourists when traveling to Saigon. The pace not only has historical significance, but also clearly demonstrates typical architecture of Vietnam in the 1960s. This is also the location where many major events of the city take place.

Couleurs by Rehahn Fine Art Photography

Address: 151/7 Dong Khoi, Ben Nghe ward, District 1, HCMC.

A compelling place in Ho Chi Minh City that no photographer or art enthusiast wants to skip. Works of French famous photographer Rehahn are displayed here.

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