1. Ho Chi Minh city district map
In this article, the RENTAPARTMENT Agency would like to share to you the Comprehensive District Maps in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) and at the same time we share with you the best districts to live and travel.
Ho Chi Minh City (also known as Saigon) is Vietnam’s largest city in terms of population and economy, and is the one of the economic and political centers, Vietnam’s most important culture and education. Administratively, Ho Chi Minh City has 19 districts. Including 322 commune-level administrative units, including 259 wards, 58 communes and 5 towns.
2. Saigon district on google map
District 1 Map
District 1 is considered the central district of Saigon. Concentrate many administrative agencies, office buildings, commercial areas, restaurants, clubs, bars and even tourist destinations in Saigon.
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Therefore, it is not surprising that the rental price here is always at a high level. Especially in key areas such as Nguyen Hue, Dong Khoi, Le Loi or Pasteur. In addition, the “Little Tokyo” area within the limits of Hai Ba Trung, Le Thanh Ton and Ton Duc Thang streets is also an interesting point. District 1 is the ideal place to live for single people and foreign tourists because the place is always vibrant, full of life and the night will be more bustling. This is a typical example when saying “Saigon never sleeps”.
District 2 Map
Just one day, District 2 was one of the poorest districts in Ho Chi Minh City. Yet now, this area has transformed itself into a fast-growing hot spot with real estate prices increasing rapidly. The location is extremely strategic, connected to the central district by Thu Thiem Tunnel, and is the first stop of the subway system under construction. District 2 is the target area to become Saigon’s second economic center.
Thao Dien is a place you can consider if you want to live in District 2. This is the area where many foreigners live and work in Saigon. The house here is very beautiful, the space is very quiet. In addition, Thao Dien also has many famous international schools besides many western restaurants and luxurious bars.
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Overall, despite being on the verge of dizzying development, District 2 carries the breath of an out-of-the-box area rather than the posture of a big city. Roads here are also less traffic than the center
District 3 Map
Adjacent to District 1 and right in the city center, District 3 is quieter and more “local” than the magnificent well-coused brother. District 3 has many old trees stretching on both sides of the aisle, which is home to many embassies of the embassies of the country, the buildings were built during the French colonial period and of course indispensable to the presence of Play places like cafes, bars or restaurants.
District 7 Map
About 15 – 20 minutes from District 1 by car, District 7 is a “private airspace” completely different from the rest of Saigon. Roads here are more spacious, traffic jams are extremely rare. Phu My Hung and Sky Garden are home to many Koreans living and working in Saigon. Therefore, if you like to live in a “Korean movie” environment, District 7 is the perfect choice.
In addition, District 7 is home to many Japanese people living in Saigon and the Vietnamese upper class. It is easy to find here good international schools that lift Saigon, a big commercial center like the west or luxury restaurants. In addition, there are well-clean and quiet parks that are suitable for weekend camps with friends and family. Besides, District 7 is a rare place in Saigon with a very good drainage system.
Binh Thanh District Map
Binh Thanh is a bridge between District 1 and District 2. This was the flourishing symbol of Saigon many decades ago. Vinhomes Central Park, The Manor and Saigon Pearl are two places that many people have chosen to rent or buy when they want to settle in Saigon. However, the biggest minus point for Binh Thanh District is still the flooding situation that occurs frequently when rain comes.