Vincom+ Sky Center
On July 14, 2018, Vincom+ Sky Center shopping mall, belonging to the Vincom Plus line, was officially opened on a total area of 4,092 square meters, located on the main street of Pho Quang, in a crowded and populated area of Tan Binh district, city. Ho Chi Minh. Vincom Sky Center wants to bring a convenient shopping experience to meet the consumer, entertainment and culinary needs of customers in the region.
Address: 10 Pho Quang, Ward 2, Tan Binh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
- Mon - Fri: 10:00 - 21:30
- Sat - Sun, Public Holidays: 10:00 - 22:00
The shopping campus includes 14 booths, conveys many popular fashion and cosmetics brands that are popular with Vietnamese and international customers. Here, customers can stay ahead of the latest shopping and consumption trends and experience a dedicated service.
The products that are being sold here are diverse, ranging from High quality Vietnamese fashion, cosmetics & perfumes to houseware, home appliances and Vinmart supermarket items.
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This is the ideal place for customers to enjoy safe, delicious cuisine in a unique, novel and friendly space. Signature Vietnamese restaurant such as: Pho Hotpot: Beef, vegetables, pho cakes are individually decorated to combine with the hot and fragrant broth, used according to individual preferences. Cali Broken Rice: the elite of Vietnamese traditions, famous for BBQ pork chop with special 7 toppings.
The entertainment area: with a world of active and intellectual games is where children and families spend time to relax after stressful classes in class and on every weekend.
Sky center apartment: Located in a striking location, this apartment fully inherits modern, convenient external furniture, perfect for customers who are interested in real estate or looking for a luxury apartment.
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