One of our favorite cultural events in Vietnam is the radiant Mid-Autumn Festival or Moon Festival. Lanterns, children singing, sharing food- what’s not to love? Good news, it is here! And whether you’re a newbie or a long time resident, this is a festival worth knowing about. So here goes - five must-knows about Mid-Autumn Festival in Vietnam.
Say hi to Saigon’s evolving art scene. More and more art galleries are popping up in Saigon. No wonder as its art scene is growing rapidly. We’re loving this cultural development and listed the best art galleries in Ho Chi Minh where you can gawk, or buy.
Craig Thomas Gallery
Founder Craig Thomas is one of the long-term foreign residents in Saigon and followed his passion to open a high-quality art gallery. Hidden in a side street in District 1, you will find a charming art gallery with beautiful paintings of well-known names as well as some impressive newcomers. Craig Thomas’s collection consists of Vietnamese artists only. Definitely worth a visit.
27i Tran Nhat Duat Street, Tan Dinh Ward, District 1
This ‘galerie‘ has proven to stand out with many well-received exhibitions with acclaimed Vietnamese and international artists. The 5-floor building hosts the perfect space to enjoy the impressive artwork displayed by founder and owner Quynh Pham. Exhibitions change every 6 weeks so visiting this beautiful gallery every now and then will definitely feed your cultural needs.
118 Duong Nguyen van Thu, Da Kao, District 1
The Apricot Gallery located in the heart of Ho Chi Minh city has a sister gallery in Hanoi. It is beautifully set-up and displayed almost as a museum. Some of the art is spectacular and you will find many well-known artists here as well as up-coming artists. This gallery has an obvious commercial approach and therefore a good option if you’re looking to buy a nice piece of Vietnamese art.
50 – 52 Mac Thi Buoi, District 1
The Factory Contemporary Arts Center
Established in 2016 in an old warehouse, The Factory Contemporary Arts Center has definitely made a name in the art scene since then. The premises have the perfect ambiance for contemporary art and with multiple exhibitions happenings simultaneously and changing regularly, this art space is definitely worth a visit. Especially if you’re into hardcore contemporary art.
15 Nguyen U’Di, Thao Dien, District 2
Salon Saigon is not only an art gallery; it’s a place, a salon for art to enjoy performances, educational programs, art exhibitions and more. The salon has a history, it is established in one of the three houses that belonged to US Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge Jr during his stay in Saigon from 1963 to 1967. The name “Salon Saigon” refers to the Salons (gatherings) that flourished in France throughout the 17th and 18th centuries. The contemporary art is impressive, you won’t regret visiting this salon.
6D, Ngo Thoi Nhiem, P.7, District 3
Couleurs by Réhahn
The world-renowned Fench photographer Réhanh is famous for a reason. His photographs of Vietnam and its people are not merely stunning, there’s a story behind each photo too. The portraits are endearing and moving and the landscape photos are absolutely breathtaking. Visiting the gallery on Dong Khoi is definitely worth your while and you can even treat yourself to one of the photos or postcards while you’re there.
151 Dong Khoi (Floor 1) District 1
Duc Minh Gallery
Founder Duc Minh was one of Vietnam’s most important art collectors and saved art from getting destructed during the Vietnam war. The current collection mainly consists of contemporary art and even though this is one of the best and most special galleries in Vietnam, it is a private collection. There are occasional guided tours though so get your hand on the -pricey-but-worth-it tickets whenever you get the chance.
31C Le Quy Don, 3 Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
*Painting featured on top of this article: made by Dutch artist Maud van der Lely, www.maudvanderlely.com
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Let’s explore Saigon with these local tours in Saigon
From food tours and meeting Vietnamese artists, to boat safari’s and a murder mystery trail, these are the best local tours in Ho Chi Minh City.
Living our daily life here in Saigon, we don’t get to do city sightseeing that much. Luckily, most of us get visitors over frequently, who give us the ultimate excuse to play tourist in our own city. Because there’s still lots to explore! Once we only had the Vespa tour, but now there is a whole range of original and adventurous Saigon tours. But which one to choose? We hopped on bikes and boats, asked around and made you a list. If you like to explore the districts of Saigon, these are the best local tours in Ho Chi Minh City!
Local tours that take a peak behind the scenes
To really understand Saigon life, you have to get to know its art scene. Ho Chi Minh City is full of creativity, whether it’s in fashion, art or products. Hidden Saigon has found a great way to let you take a peak at this creative bunch. They take you into the work spaces, studios and homes of local artists and residents. Here you can discuss work and Saigon life with them. Less crazy about art than you are about food? Get past the been-there-done-that street food tours and go for their Oodle Noodle tour!
One of the most original trails on our list of best local tours in Ho Chi Minh City is Urban Tales. This tour takes the Saigon story scene one step further and lets you solve a murder mystery. The plot takes you to authentic parts of town, past traditional medicine shops, old temples and markets. It’s well set up and includes some history of Ho Chi Minh City. All this while catching a murderer, we bet your visitors didn’t see that one coming! Also great for kids from 6 years and up.
Sightseeing on two wheels: motorbike tours
When thinking of HCMC, we think of motorbikes. And indeed, it’s one of the best ways to explore this vibrant city. You speed past all the traffic through various districts and small hems (alleys), getting a good feeling of what this city is about. We’ve put two affordable tour companies on our list of best local tours in Ho Chi Minh City. First of all, Back of the bike tours has a good reputation and offers good value for money. You can book various exciting tours with them, such as the Big Eats, Small Seats food tour. Their drivers speak good English.
Second, the very cool XO tours Saigon is an all-female motorbike company. Hopping on the bike behind your female guide, you can do a food tour, or go for the sight seeing morning or shopping spree tour. The guides know everything there is to know about the city, plus they’re professional and friendly. Their pricing is a bit more friendly as well. Girl power to the max!
Rather be on 4 wheels? Saigon 2CV lets you explore the city in vintage cars, like a cute citroên 2CV. They have a Morning Discovery tour as well as a food tour.
Cycling and Boat tours in Saigon
In our list of best local tours in Ho Chi Minh City, the boat tours of Les Rives definitely deserve a spot. Their Cu Chi tunnel tour is a fantastic way to travel to the famous Vietnamese tunnels. But we are also fan of their Saigon Sunset Cruise. It’s a great way to unwind at the end of the day, gazing at the city from the Saigon river.
If you want to get more active and cycling is your thing, Grasshopper Adventures organizes an amazing Mekong Delta tour. During this one day bike tour, the Grasshopper guides take you through the orchards, along canal paths and ferries of this region. It’s a good way to let your guests experience the green Mekong Delta, where so much fruit, veggies and fish come from.
Another good option is Vietnambybike, a local organization that provides single-day and multiple-days cycling tours in Vietnam. They can set up tailor made cycling tours for you. Their tours are usually a little more friendly for your wallet.
The best tours for kids
Not every tour is fit to take the smallies, but some are just perfect! Take the Peanut Butter Tour of Dat Butter. A fantastic farm and factory tour for kids and adults. In the middle of the green country side, this small boutique tour will teach you all about the farming of peanuts and the production of peanut butter. Interesting and interactive! Great for kids from 5 years and up.
And what kids doesn’t like to solve a mystery? Urban Tales is great for families. You can combine it with the Saigon 2CV and feel like a regular Hector Poirot!
The Saigon Sunset cruise of Les Rives is also a great tour to do with kids; besides the speed boat, they’ll love to explore the colorful floating temple in the middle of the Saigon river.
Food tours and cooking like a local
When exploring a city, do what they do and eat what they eat! Another great local tour in Saigon is the street food tour by Saigon Street Eats. Dive into small alleys packed with food vendors who have spent decades perfecting their special dishes. While sampling a variety of simple street food, you’ll hear stories about this local neighbourhood and how history has influenced the Saigon’s culinary scene.
GRAIN cooking studio will make sure you will not only eat the best of Vietnamese cuisine, but are also capable of cooking it yourself. We loved their spacious, clean kitchen and professional chefs. And the best thing is, you don’t need to be Martha Stewart to take part; guests of all ages and skill levels love it. The ultimate souvenir!
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Vietnam has its share of interesting traditions and celebrations. For example, did you notice an increase in the number of altars and burning incense alongside the Saigon streets? This is because of Hungry Ghost, the lunar month in which the ghosts are visiting the land of the living. Say what?
Plastic Fantastic? Not for nature, it isn't. It is high time we do something about our plastic addiction and reduce our usage of plastic here in Vietnam.Countries like Bangladesh, Bali, New Zealand and many African nations like Rwanda have banned single use plastic. Luckily, Vietnam is pledging to get on board as well: from 2025 onwards, it will ban all single use plastics. Yay! In the meantime we all need to improve our personal plastic diet and stop contributing to the problem. The Saigon nonprofit organization Rethink Plastic Vietnam is helping us; this November is Plastic Awareness Month!
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Teachers day: a ‘you rock!’ day for our children’s teachers. In Vietnam it’s on November 20 so let’s show those awesome teachers just how much we appreciate them.
We all know that life changing, cool, sweet, kick-ass teacher who helps our mini-me get ready for the future. Let’s make sure those awesome teachers know how much we value them. Nothing wrong with the common Starbucks voucher but if you can use some inspo, here we are. We made you a list where to get the best thank you gifts in Ho Chi Minh City – and some inspiration for DIY presents too!
Flowers, but not just any
You know what they say; people love flowers and flowers love people. Giving flowers is a lovely symbol of many things and expressing your gratitude is definitely one of them. At Ted & Anna on Xuan Thuy St. in District 2 you will find gorgeous and we mean gorgeous flowers. Let the kids make a nice card for the personal touch: your teacher will love them.
Saigon presents for Teachers Day
As teachers are of the travelling kind, they might like these lovely reminders of Vietnam: Pillow covers with colorful prints of maps of Saigon or Vietnam are such fun gifts. You can buy them for example at the left of the Wish shop on Thao Dien street in District 2.
Prints of ancient maps
Have you considered buying a vintage map of Saigon or Vietnam? They come printed on canvas, wood or paper and they will look great on any wall. You can get them at the Vesta bookstore on Thao Dien street in District 2.
Not your average coffee mug
Not your average Teachers mug but a hidden gem this one. Absolutely beautiful ceramics in different styles and colors is what you will find at Tuhu ceramics. These cups, teapots, plates, vases and so on will look wonderful in any home. Your kiddo’s teacher will love ‘m (and so do we)!
Go Green with bamboo straws
Go with the no-plastic flow in Saigon and buy a set of bamboo straws for your kiddie’s teacher! Green Around the Corner sells these and many more cute green products. A win-win for teacher and nature!
Or visit next door and stock some great jewelry from Hand and Soul. Loved by many female teachers!
Teachers Day: relaxing presents might be best!
Everyone loves a little pampering once in a while and your teacher might need it most! Gift vouchers for a foot massage from Villa Aesthetica or Anna Sanctuary Wellness Spa in District 7, a facial at l’Apothiquaire or a pedicure at the Nail Bar will definitely do the trick. Another great one is to give a voucher for a hair washing massage and hair styling at Quynh.
House of Barbaard
Pampering isn’t something only women enjoy… House of Barbaard has refined the art of creating a man’s haven in the form of a barbershop where men can relax and unwind.
These candles from Workshop Candles are a lovely gift. They look great and the scents of these candles are lovely. A great relaxing present for your teacher. This little shop is located in the small shopping area next to co-work space The Hive in the middle of Xuan Thuy Street.
Movies & popcorn voucher
Giving a cinema gift voucher may sound a bit tacky, but really, it’s not. There are so many good movies in the cinemas, that you can’t go wrong here. Throw in some extra popcorn and love seat tickets and you’re all set.
Trend-setting concept store and cafe l’Usine offers besides a yummy lunch & coffee and hip clothing brands, also cool lifestyle accessories. We’ve always had our eyes on the cool l’Usine posters they sell. But if you can’t choose, no worries, they also do gift vouchers so your teachers can choose for him/her self. Bingo!
Do It Yourself this Teachers Day
Ok guys and girls, making or creating a gift yourself will show your gift comes from the heart without a doubt. So if you’re a creative king or queen, knock yourself out. Check this page on Pinterest to get you started! For those among us who need a little help… A photo album with pictures of all the kiddies, events and teachers is nothing short of a hit. Try www.photobookvietnam.com, the templates are cool and more importantly, the software is super easy. Note that delivery takes a week at least so start early.
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Mother’s Day Saigon is coming up soon (May 10)! While she probably loves the hugs, kisses and occasional pasta-necklace best, some spoiling is in order for this special woman in your life. So let’s do a little brainstorm of how you could pamper her. From the best gifts to brunches, flowers and me-time for mom, we’re making a list. Pssst moms, feel free to forward this one.
Get her flowers for Mother’s Day, but not just any
Let’s start with giving mom some lovely flowers this Mother’s Day in Saigon. At Ted & Anna on in District 2 you will find the most beautiful blooms. Do as we do and show them an image of the bouquet you like and they will make sure mom will wake up and smell the roses on Mother’s Day morning! Rather order online? Padma de fleur is a florist and flower cafe in one and they do beautiful bouquets. If the woman in your life loves plants, visit the lovely Greenie.
Arrange a care free morning (certificate) for Mother’s Day at these great spas
Although Ho Chi Minh has its fair share of great spas, beauty salons and massage studios who can provide the pampering mum needs, due to Covid-19 they’re not allowed to open in the coming month. But you can make them a certificate for when they do open. Mum will be in much need then of a no kids, no fuzz, just me-time and relaxing hour! Or check out the lovely pampering products at L’Herbanyste or Lai Day.
For great massages try Spa La Sen or Villa Aestetica. In district 1 we love to go to the Intercontinental. And a gift voucher from the stunning spa Apothiquaire will definitely get you some bonus points.
Get fancy with brunch this Mother’s Day
If your mom is anything like us, she’ll love edible pampering! Get fancy and take your mum for brunch. In district 3, the Hotel des Arts does a great Champagne brunch that your mom will surely love. In district 2, we love L’Herbanyste for their yummy food and lovely atmosphere. Or head down to Mad House and order the brunch platter. There’s also a vegetarian one. Sleeping in? Take mom to one of these great lunch places instead.
Even more fancy; pamper mom with a high tea
We’re in celebration mode this Mother’s Day so let’s go all in. Scones, muffins, sandwiches and cup cakes, all these things sound like music to our ears! Villa Royale provides all the ingredients for a perfect high tea with mom. Or take your mom to the line up of yummy cupcakes at Sweet + Sour and let her have her pick.
Spoil mom with this ultimate DIY gift
Of course boys and girls (and dads), there’s nothing that says I love you more than that self-made gift. And although most moms love your pasta-necklaces and hand prints on a tile (often still slightly wet) this is what moms really like: a photo album with pictures of all those family moment together. Not only do we love to flip through them together, but this To Do has been on our mom list forever! Try www.photobookvietnam.com, the templates are cool and more importantly, the software is super easy. Note that delivery takes a week at least so start early.
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Staying here this Tet Holiday and looking for fun things to do with the kids? No need to panic, because the old days of total Saigon shut down during Tet are over. To be honest, having the city to yourself without any school traffic jams sounds rather nice doesn’t it? And to soak up some real Vietnamese traditions during the stunning Tet flower markets plus experience the Lunar New Years fireworks is also a great treat. That said, one could always use some inspiration to keep the little mice occupied during this school holiday!
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More close by we have the interactive climbing wall at level 4 at the Estella shopping mall. Your offspring can choose between 9 interactive walls. Make sure they wear their sneakers though, flip-flops are a no go. If they’re a bit too small for the climbing wall, they might like Tiniworld, which is conveniently on the same level.
Older kids will love Timezone, an electronic gaming hall in Estella Place. Full of interactive experiences and the newest electronic games. Combine it with a lunch at this great shopping mall and you are all set!
And have you spotted the ice rink at Landmark 81 yet? There’s loads to do at the 81 levels of this building, including a great view on top! After ice skating, shopping or the CGV cinema, you can even take the kids for a non- alcoholic drink at the ice bar. They’ll love the ice cold walls and furniture.
Yeahhh! Jump Arena is also open this Tet, only closing for one or two days. Let the kids blow off some steam at one of their trampoline halls in District 2, 7 or 10, while you have a coffee or soda upstairs. Don’t forget the socks!
Fun things for the whole family this Tet
Superbowl in District 1 has regular hours during Tet, so you can practice your strike all holiday long! 24 lanes, modern equipment, fried chicken wings & lots of fun awaits you! Footwear and socks can be rented, so don’t worry about bowling on your Havaianas. We love the special ‘ball glider’ they have for the smaller kids, so they can easily join in the fun.
No time to go skiing in Niseko, but still a need to cool off this Tet? Pack the family and hit the road to Snow Town. This amusement park has been decorated in Tet style with red and gold ornaments everywhere, setting the perfect Lunar New Year mood. Riding your sleigh, check out the selfie corner, do some ice cold climbing – all is possible at this winter wonderland at the other side of the Hanoi Highway. They’re closed for one or two days, so make sure to check before you go. Buy your tickets online.
DIY Lunar New Year crafts and baking at home
Holidays at home are also the perfect time to do some home crafting with the family. You’re rushing the whole year, so let’s ditch that To Do list and get zen. Even if you are not the arts and crafty type, you will surprise everyone (including yourself) with these yummy baked rats and cool Lunar New Year lanterns.
Yes it’s the year of the Rat. Although most of us don’t really fancy rats, in the Zodiac, the rat stands for intelligence, alertness, vitality and cheer. So let’s bake some peanut butter rats, or mice if that sounds better, for lunch or snack time? Or bring these nut-free mice cookies to school for the Tet lunch in class. Admiring looks are guaranteed!
Chúc mừng năm mới!
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We love Easter! Egg hunts, Easter family brunches, being surrounded by chocolate bunnies, it’s all a joy! But how to celebrate Easter in this new COVID reality? This year we’ll have to celebrate in a different way for sure. But that doesn‘t mean you can’t have an egg-ceptional Easter in Ho Chi Minh City!
(Virtual) Easter family brunches
Easter is the perfect excuse for egg-stra long brunches! Of course, having friends over for Easter festivities is a no go this year, but celebrating it intimately with just the family can also be nice. Or set up your Google Hangouts, Houseparty or Zoom meeting with friends and fam and have a virtual Easter Feast together.
Step out of the confinement boredom and decorate your table festively with freshly baked breads, eggs and fruit. The best ciabattas and other fantastic bread for your beautiful brunch at the Micro Boulangerie in Thao Dien. And off course it’s only Easter when you have some hot cross buns for brunch; Cafe Tartine is baking them fresh and you can order online.
For Easter basics, Annam Gourmet Market is open and well stocked with at their various locations in D1, D2, D7 and Estella Place. Bakery Saint Honoré as well as the Crumbs bakery in district 7 provide you with delicious breads and quiches. By the way, at Saint Honoré and Crumbs you can order online as well. Smoked salmon and other seafood can be found at La Poissonerie. Having a gluten-free Easter brunch? Check out this article on the best stores that deliver gluten-free options.
Easy DIY Easter Brunch dishes
Ready, Steady, Bake! Great to make with the smallies this Easter are these cute Bunny Gingerbread cookies. To further smarten up your brunch, add some of these easy peasy (but tasty) brunch dishes: this chorizo zucchini quiche by Donna Hay is always a winner in our house. For a vegetarian Easter brunch, replace the chorizo by goat cheese. Your guests with a sweet tooth will love this chai spiced carrot cake. After all, it’s not Easter without carrots. 🙂 Add your Easter branches or some fresh flowers to the table and you’re sorted. What an Egg-cellent Easter in Ho Chi Minh City!
Make some egg-stra cool decorations
Let’s start the Easter mania a few days before with some awesome decorations. Since we have all the time in the world now- let’s get creative. We made these simple but adorable Easter bags last year and they are fun to make with your little ones. Take a paper bag, cut out some ears, add some whiskers and eyes and your first bunny bag is a fact!
These eggholders are also perfect for DIY beginners and will look adorable on your brunch table. But the best Easter craft must be decorating eggs! Whether you paint them green, yellow and blue or go to the next level and make emoji and chick easter eggs, this is the time to do it.
It’s not Easter without our friend the Easter Bunny and his egg hunt! Centrally organized egg hunts are off limits this year but we can organize a Do It Yourself egg hunt at home. Not to worry, it’s not too complicated. Just load up some chocolate eggs, have the kids arrange their own baskets (or make them at the spot – great confinement activity) and you’re done. Make sure the kids spot all your chocolate eggs before they melt or even better, replace them with plastic ones for the time being. This blog on Easter hunts is full of extra tips if you want to up your game.
Hoppy Easter in Ho Chi Minh City from all of us at Grapevyne!
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Starting to feel red rosy already? Valentine’s Day in Ho Chi Minh is around the corner and soon the red roses and fluffy heart pillows will start popping up all over the city! Whether you’re a fan of Valentine’s Day or not, in either case it’s a great chance to surprise your McDreamy with a romantic dinner at one of Ho Chi Minh’s finest restaurants. We’ll fill you in on our fav sweetheart spots!
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Smooth operator or not, youll be fine with a romantic dinner at French Bistrot Atelier des Rêves. They’re hosting a Valentine’s Day dinner with a mouthwatering 6-course menu called ‘Recipe For Love’. It might be just what you need. Good thinking Frenchies, we’re on board!
And what better place to cosy up than a restaurant with a spectacular view overlooking Smoochy Saigon? At Japanese restaurant Sorae they know how to do it right. Try the smitten sushi, the tender teriyaki and the snuggly sake. And book a window table.
Listening to Italian music while sharing a pizza or pasta is the recipe for an intimate night. Italian is the language of love after all. At Namo they know how to set the perfect atmosphere with their cozy interior and beautiful food & wines. Now how’s that for romantic?
Celebrating with your sweetheart in District 2
The Deck is one of our fav places to have any dinner any time, but for Valentines we feel the picturesque Villa Song Saigon is also a great option. You sit outside watching the stars and large amounts of bushes floating up and down the Saigon river while enjoying yummy food and a vino or two. You’ll have one helluva romantic Valentine’s Day dinner!
Feel Valentine Day romance in District 7
We love this romantic gem. Jane’s Bistro in District 7 is not only the perfect place to gaze into each other’s eyes all night, the food is more than delish and made with luvvv. Reservations only!
Veggie Valentines Day
Yes, you can have a romantic date with your other half and with nature at the same time. Vegetarian restaurant Hum is the place! Hum is intimate and cozy and what’s more romantic than veggin’ out on your couch together after your dinner of sweet potatoes and kissable kale?
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There are many gyms in Saigon. We selected a few that are worth checking out:
Nutrifort has several gyms in Saigon. Aside from offering gym facilities, they provide daily classes like spinning, TRX and yoga. But if you’re really getting serious, check out their personal trainer program.
Maxfit is your place if you live in District 3 and enjoy fitness classes such as Zumba, Jamfit, Fight Fit and Core Fit. They provide standard gym equipment as well as some specialized gear. The staff are great and it’s a good location. Unfortunately their website is in Vietnamese only.
The Saigon Sports Club in District 7 specializes in martial arts for all levels. The facilities are impressive. Don’t let this intimidate you, boxing is not just for Rocky wannabies anymore. They also do kids classes.