The City is a trade, industrial, scientific, technical and cultural center and one of the largest tourist centers in Viet Nam.
Ho Chi Minh City attractions are a vibrant mix of tradition and modern, with well-preserved colonial structures and war relics from the devastating Vietnam War as well as sleek skyscrapers, elegant sports clubs, and expansive shopping malls against a metropolis backdrop. Great for immersing in the local culture, no two districts are the same in Ho Chi Minh City and there are plenty of ornate pagodas and Buddhist temples to visit and photograph as well.
Drawing legions of tourists each year, Ho Chi Minh City is also fitted with a wide array of accommodation options of varying price range and styles while unique modes of transportation such as motorcycle taxis and cyclos make it relatively easy to explore the city center and beyond. From the ornate Mariamman Hindu Temple to the War Remnants Museum, there seems to be an endless list of what to see and do in Ho Chi Minh City.
Ho Chi Minh City weather is equatorial with high temperature in a year. The average annual temperature is at 27.96oC, the highest level in April (30.5oC) and the lowest level in December (26 oC). In general, the city’s temperature is quite high, but the sunlight is not as harsh as the North, also not as hot as the Central. There are two distinct seasons here: rainy season and dry season. Normally, the rainy season occurs from May to November, the dry season lasts from December to April next year.
Dry season from December to April of next year: This is the perfect time for you to discover the culture, to experience the exciting and vibrant lifestyle in Ho Chi Minh City.
Rainy season from May to November: If you love moments of tranquility and romance, this is not a great time. But do not forget to bring an umbrella!
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