Vo Thi Sau Street
Vo Thi Sau Street is a long and crowded transport route of District 3
Vo Thi Sau Street is a long and crowded transport route of District 3 as together with Cach Mang Thang Tam Street and Ton Duc Thang Street to form a square enclosing a central resident and commercial area of the district, including Ward 6, Ward Da Kao and a part of District 1. The street starts from Le Loi refuge island, cutting Nam Ky Khoi Nghia Street, Hai Ba Trung Street and angles with Dinh Tien Hoang Street and Ton Duc Thang Street.
Vo Thi Sau is a heroin in the previous time of Vietnam and is among the rare personalities whose images glued to a flower “lekima” – the blooming flower on Con Dao – “the hell on earth” at the time she was shot because of throwing grenades killing 1 commando and hurting 20 French troops at the age of 18. The image of Vo Thi Sau undauntedly confronting lethal guns of French enemies at the dead time with no fear is the beauty of Vietnamese youths in the Revolution of the whole country.
Southern Women’s Museum located at No 202 on this treet belongs to Ward 7, District 3 of Ho Chi Minh City. The museum’s 2,000 square metre display area is divided into 10 rooms, each of which recounts the role played by southern Vietnamese women in national construction and defence. The museum also incorporates a 500-seat meeting hall, a film theatre, a library and a shop and functions as a centre for women’s cultural and educational activities, traditional meetings, scientific seminars and cultural exchanges for women.
Com Tam cuisine shop located at No 114 on this street serves various dishes made from the well-known rice of Cuu Long Delta – the granary of Vietnam and neighbour countries.