4 alleys in the heart of Saigon with shimmering beautiful pictures for the 'virtual living' teams

Saigon does not lack check-in points, but if you skip the 4 alleys below, you will miss out on the backgrounds of extremely beautiful photography in the heart of the city.

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Hao Si Phuong Alley  with the bold Saigon style.
Hao Si Phuong Alley with the bold Saigon style. 
4 alleys in the heart of Saigon with shimmering beautiful pictures for the 'virtual living' teams
4 alleys in the heart of Saigon with shimmering beautiful pictures for the 'virtual living' teams
4 alleys in the heart of Saigon with shimmering beautiful pictures for the 'virtual living' teams
4 alleys in the heart of Saigon with shimmering beautiful pictures for the 'virtual living' teams
1. Hao Si Phuong Alley: Visitors to the address 206 Tran Hung Dao B, District 5, will find the alley of Hao Si Phuong. This alley attracts visitors to check-in by unique space, bearing the bold architecture of Chinese people. The row of houses is close, eye-catching colors but old is the characteristic of this alley. If you are looking for vintage style, Hao Si Phuong alley is the destination you can not ignore. Photo: tieumahihi, cloud.b_318, _meonha, _ttthanhtruc99_.
Hao Si Phuong alley
However, the alley is home to many households, tourists coming here to take pictures should not cause noise, affecting the living of the surrounding people. Nestled on the side of the Cho Lon market, the Hao Si Phuong alley is like Hong Kong (China), bringing the breath of the old Saigon pace of life. Photo: hoangrapher.
Hao Si Phuong alley
Hao Si Phuong alley
2. 144 Pasteur Alley: The bustling Pasteur Street has a colorful alley, attracting young people to check-in. The wall leading into the alley stood out with rows of colorful hand-painted letters, recording the names of famous Saigon dishes. In the evening, the alley shimmered with bright lights. Photo: socolatronvo, rew040599.
144 Pasteur Alley
144 Pasteur Alley
144 Pasteur Alley
  144 Pasteur Alley
3. Le Thanh Ton Alley: Right in District 1, central Ho Chi Minh City, there is a small neighborhood with a very special Japanese style. Just go to Le Thanh Ton Street, go deep into alleys from the busy main street, you will feel like you've just lost into a quiet street of Japan. Lanterns, flags hanging along, wooden door frames and Japanese signs appeared all over the valley made it a "miniature" Tokyo between Saigon. Photos: dhtlxx_, huongtrangduong, Nha Thi Duong, lleng13.
Le Thanh Ton Alley in Sai Gon.
In addition to the Japanese-tinged space, guests who walk to this alley can enjoy cherry blossoms. Around the busy street are Japanese restaurants, bars, and supermarkets. In the evening, the Japanese Quarter is more sparkling in the heart of Saigon because of the light emitted from the color signs. Photo: kentravel_world.
Mural alley in Sai Gon.
Mural alley in Sai Gon.
4. Mural Alley: This small alley is located on Nguyen Khoai street (District 4, Saigon). Came here, you will feel the love and poetry between Saigon hustling and cramped. This lively alley was painted by painter Nguyen Van Minh, a resident of the alley, with many interesting themes and graceful quotes bold in Sai Gon style. Photo: nguyen.daido.

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