Cach Mang Thang Tam Street
Cach Mang Thang Tam Street is a main road of Ho Chi Minh City running from District Tan Phu to Ward 6 of District 3 in Ho Ci Minh City
Cach Mang Thang Tam Street is a main road of Ho Chi Minh City running from District Tan Phu to Ward 6 of District 3 in Ho Ci Minh City. After meeting Vo Thi Sau Street at Le Loi refuge island, the street continues its race in parallel with Nam Ky Khoi Nghia Street when it reaches the second refuge island with Le Thi Rieng and Ly Tu Trong Street and stops by Van Don Street blocking. As for the route crossing many main roads of the city, the daily traffic density is really high, especially at rush hours.
Every Vietnamese person is educated from young to know the glamorous historic event taking place in August 19th 1945, or August Revolution when Vietnam retained the independence from French enemy after 90 years being dominated - 90 years struggling continuously. It was a red marker in the history of Vietnam, proving the spritual strength and patriotism of the Vietnamse race as the bravery and creativity making up for the shortage of weapons.
From Cach Mang Thang Tam Street, treavelers can reach Sai Gon Railway located at No 1 Nguyen Thong Street, a French style construction built in the previous time, a nodal crowded station connecting the Southern region and Northern and Mid provinces. One big entertainment revenue attracted Saigon youths is Lan Anh Club at No 291 on this street. It is a Sports and Entertainment corporation well known for spa, tennis, swimming, gymnastic and cuisine service, music shows of famous pop singers in Vietnam. The opening hour is from 8:00 am to 22:00 pm serving more than 1,000 visitors.