VOV.VN - President Ho Chi Minh lived in Ho Chi Minh City for nine months before embarking on his journey abroad for national salvation in 1911. The house he lived in, at 5 Chau Van Liem street, Ward 14, District 5, has been officially recognized as a national historical relic.
VOV.VN - A range of commemorative activities will take place across the country in order to mark the 130th birthday of President Ho Chi Minh on May 19.
VOV.VN - Historical relic sites in Ho Chi Minh City are packed with tourists these days as the spirit of the great victory in 1975 that liberated the south and reunified Vietnam lingers on.
Open top, double-decker bus services will be officially launched on January 15 in Ho Chi Minh City amidst Hanoi's lack of success.
A live television programme themed “Song of solidarity” was held on September 1 night to mark the 50-year implementation of President Ho Chi Minh’s Testament.
HCM City Department of Transport has agreed to pilot the use of double decker buses for tourists.
VOV.VN - Nha Rong Wharf in Ho Chi Minh City was the place where Ho Chi Minh embarked in 1911 to seek national salvation. Now this historical relic attracts crowds of visitors, who come to learn about Uncle Ho’s life, career, patriotism, and historic journey.
VOV.VN - A book week to celebrate the 320th birthday of Ho Chi Minh City, formally called Saigon, Cho Lon and Gia Dinh, was a big hit with residents and visitors. The event was a kaleidoscope of the history of Vietnam’s biggest metropolis.
Saigontourist has launched seven new waterway routes on the Sai Gon River and the river sections of Binh Duong, Dong Nai and Long An.
VOV.VN - On January 20, in Ho Chi Minh City, President Tran dai Quang and his wife met overseas Vietnamese who have returned home for the traditional lunar New Year festival or Tet.
The Vietnam Urban Planning and Development Association has announced the winners of the 2016 architect awards.
Two operators of the hydrofoil route connecting Ho Chi Minh City and the coastal city of Vung Tau are seeking permission to maintain service for another four years, a fortnight before they are forced to cease operations.
Tourists will no longer be able to travel between Ho Chi Minh City and the coastal city of Vung Tau by hydrofoil at the end of 2016, as the entire fleet running the route has been asked to cease services.
(VOV) - On August 26, Indian Coast Guard Ship Sarang (meaning ‘Hawk’ in Sanskrit) with 140 soldiers and crew members on board docked at Nha Rong Wharf in Ho Chi Minh City on a five-day goodwill visit.
(VOV) - Young Vietnamese expatriates who are taking part in the 2015 Vietnam Summer Camp on July 29 visited Nha Rong Wharf in Ho Chi Minh City where late President Ho Chi Minh left the nation to seek ways for national salvation.
(VOV) -The Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) Communist Youth Union and the city’s Student Association recently hold a meeting between local students and a youth delegation of the Mekong Friendship Project to strengthen people-to-people connectivity.
(VOV) - Nha Rong wharf is a popular tourist destination in Ho Chi Minh City. This was the place where President Ho Chi Minh embarked in 1911 to seek a path to national salvation.
Nearly 700 overseas Vietnamese from different countries and territories gathered on February 8 at Ho Chi Minh City's Nha Rong Wharf to join this year's Homeland Spring programme, which welcomes the Year of the Goat.
(VOV) - Ho Chi Minh City’s Independence Palace, Nha Tho Duc Ba (the Immaculate Conception Cathedral Basilica) and Nha Rong Wharf are renowned for both their historic significance and iconic architecture.
Nearly 600 young people who have excelled in voluntary missions nationwide are attending the fourth National Red Cross Volunteer Youth Camp which opened at Nha Rong wharf, Ho Chi Minh City, on August 2.