Vietnamese food is one of the best things in Asia. From fresh spring rolls to a comforting bowl of pho, Vietnamese dishes are distinct and highly addictive.
Due to Ho Chi Minh City’s sizeable Muslim population, halal Vietnamese food is not too difficult to chance upon. In fact, in the touristy district of bustling Ben Thanh, you can expect to see a string of eateries that are either owned by Muslims or are halal certified.
Embrace the authentic Vietnamese streetside experience and dig into tantalising Vietnamese food as you saunter around the bike-congested lanes. If you are having trouble trying to decide where is a good pit-stop to indulge in some Vietnamese grub, turn to this list of restaurants that will whet your appetite pho sure.
Here Are 6 Halal Restaurants In Ho Chi Minh City To Satisfy Your Vietnamese Food Cravings.
Staying in a hotel suite, family room or an entire apartment studio for less than S$100 a night at Ho Chi Minh is very possible.
We have came up with a list of semi luxurious lodging in Ho Chi Minh’s District 1, which will cost no more than S$100 a night. Each listing accommodates more than 2 guests at minimal/no surcharge; in other words, each person only has to pay approximately S$25 per night to stay in a suite! You also get to enjoy free wifi and free breakfast* in all the featured places.
District 1 is the ideal area for travelers who wish to explore Ho Chi Minh – it is the central business district, where most famous attractions are located.
While I still have a few more posts from my other trips (Lyon, Paris, and Hong Kong), I thought I’d blog about my recent visit to Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) – commonly known as Saigon – the largest city in Vietnam and the former capital of the Republic of Vietnam.
This post is a simple guide to Saigon based on my trip there. Since I only had a few days to try some places, this is by no means a complete eating guide to restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). I’d love to go back again and eat at more places, but we’ll have to see how that goes.
So for now, here’s my Travel Guide on where to eat in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.