For foreigner visitors traveling to Ho Chi Minh City, they are impressed by the city’s exuberant nightlife. There are a plenty of bars, clubs, tea rooms and bia hoi vendors, which operate well in late hours, in downtown Saigon. If you are familiar to the colorful nightlife of the Southern city, you will know that Dong Khoi area is a great place to start, featuring with the two coffee shops, including Cafe Latin and Top of 23. You will then easily find out that most popular nightlife scenes in Saigon can be easily caught around the District 1.
Visitors in Saigon can join almost everything after the sun sets. If you are a fan of music, you can enjoy many music shows from the grand event in Lan Anh stadiums to the No-name tea house. Please remember Saxn’art at 28 Le Loi Street if you are into jazz! Saxn’art is where the famous Vietnamese saxophone artist Tran Manh Tuan frequently performed.
Also, visitors can enjoy many kind of drinks, which are widely offered in the street, ranging from bia hoi on the side walk to fancy selection of cocktails in Vasco’s Bar at 16 Cao Ba Quat. If you are ready for some body movement, Top of 23 (88 Dong Khoi) has the most prestige.
Whatever your preference, there is surely no space for boredom in Ho Chi Minh City at night.