Getting Around Sai Gon: Maps

You will receive a free ‘VN Trip Map – for travel and coupons’ by Vietnamese women wearing the traditional ao dai dress as you are leaving Tan Son Nhat International Airport. Additionally, most hotels will provide a free tourist map of District 1 although these vary in quality and tend to be advertising based. The Sheraton have one of the best of these and will provide one if you ask at reception. Within District 1, ‘Bookazine’ at #28 Dong Khoi (between Ngo Duc Ke and Ho Huan Nghiep) have larger city maps if you plan to venture beyond District 1. The one published by Du Lich & Giao Thong has a street index on the back. Fahasa Books also carry a full range of available maps. They have two large stores in District 1 – 185 Dong Khoi, just down from Le Thanh Ton, and 40 Nguyen Hue, just down from Mac Thi Buoi. MySherpa Travel have also published tourist maps of central District 1 with all shops and points of interest marked. Outlets in Saigon include Gaya, Dolce Casa, Annam Fine Foods, T&V Tailor, Galley Deli, and a number of two star hotels.

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  1. Overview of Sai Gon
  2. Getting to Sai Gon: By bus
  3. Getting Around Sai Gon: By taxi and rental car
  4. Getting Around Sai Gon: By motorbike
  5. Getting Around Sai Gon: By bus

Related Tours:

Related Tours

  1. Overview of Sai Gon
  2. Getting to Sai Gon: By bus
  3. Getting Around Sai Gon: By taxi and rental car
  4. Getting Around Sai Gon: By motorbike
  5. Getting Around Sai Gon: By bus