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InterContinental Asiana Saigon is located in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City, and well-known for integrating commercial and accommodations in one landmark space. International guest consider it as an ideal place to accommodate by the following plus points:

  • Large, luxurious rooms with top-notch amenities: With a great location for exploring the main sights of Ho Chi Minh, 6 meeting rooms with high-end audiovisual equipment, stylish rooms with upscale bathrooms, a luxe spa, and several dining options, the 305-room InterContinental Asiana Saigon is one of the top luxury hotels in town.
  • Good choice for cuisine experience: Including three solid restaurants and two bars, the hotel offers variety choices of dining such as Yu Chu , which specializes in authentic Cantonese and Peking cuisine created in a live show kitchen. Market 39 offers a superior selection of appetizers, seafood, grilled dishes, noodles and pastries all prepared live in our seven interactive kitchens;
  • Well-equipped fitness center with natural light;
  • Staffed business center with secretarial services;
  • Big rooftop pool with loungers and city views is a serene spot above the bustling streets.

It’s not a problem to foreigners to reach InterContinental Asiana Saigon Hotel because its distance from Tan Son Nhat International Airport is a 35-minute drive away. You can take an airport taxi or airport bus to city central and easily find out your accommodation yourself.  Please click here for direction to venue.

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Ho Chi Minh City, also known as Saigon, is Vietnam in high gear. To travel to Ho Chi Minh City is to be introduced to a dramatic meeting of old and new culture, a dynamic metropolis of skyscrapers and traffic juxtaposed with a wealth of ancient temples and traditional markets. Whether you're traveling to Ho Chi Minh City for a quick stop en route to other parts of Vietnam or are planning a visit to the city exclusively, you will be won over the city's frenetic energy and the many local gems just waiting to be discovered.

  1. Visa: You can pre-arrange a visa on arrival online but you run the risk of waiting up to 90 minutes in Hanoi airport while the visa officers decide whose turn it is to do some work. Better to get it sorted before you leave, through your local embassy or travel agent.
  2.  Flights: Don’t book your flights too soon, but don’t leave it too late either. Airlines tend to jack their prices up six months before the travel date, slowly bring them down until two to three weeks before travel, then start to raise them again.
  3. Transportation- Taxis: The main taxi queue is on your left when you exit through the main door on the ground floor of the terminal building. When you get in the car, ask the driver to turn the meter on. The fare to most hotels in District 1 should be around 150,000 – 170,000 VND and you will have to pay extra 10,000 VND to cover the Airport surcharge.
  4. Currency: There are around 22,000 Vietnamese dong to one U.S. dollar, so don’t freak out when the bar tab comes along. U.S. dollars are also widely accepted.
  5. Climate: The offical dry season lasts from December to April. Temperatures are temperate at first but can climb up to 40°C at the end of April while remaining very humid. The rainy season in turn, which runs from May to November, is characterized by violent but brief showers.
  6. Eating: Ho Chi Minh City (also still called Saigon) is famous for its rice and pork rolls.
  7. Shopping: There isn't much you can't buy from a market here, and although haggling is an art form requiring practice, it's still easy enough to pick up a bargain. District 1's Ben Thanh Market is certainly the most famous — there are more than 3000 stalls — but prices can often be inflated for tourists. For a lesser-known alternative, District 1's Tan Dinh specialises in silks and clothing material.
  8. Doing: Various popular tourist activities include History Museum, Mekong Delta, Cu Chi tunnels, Fine Arts Museum, Pagodas and temples.
  9. Internet: If scooters are the most obvious Hanoi quality, Internet cafés come not far behind. They’re everywhere. All hotels have connections too.