Bui Vien, Pham Ngu Lao Walking Street (Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam)
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- Vietnam Travel Guide
The pedestrian street Bui Vien and Pham Ngu Lao opened and started operation in August 2017, located in Bui Vien - Pham Ngu Lao - Cong Quynh - De Tham areas in the center of District 1, Ho Chi Minh City. Visitors to the pedestrian street Bui Vien will enjoy 4 free services, including: Toilet, Wi-Fi network, information lookup service and free support by happy young volunteers. In addition, there are many free art activities to serve tourists every weekend.
What does Bui Vien walking street have?
Bui Vien walking street is really bustling at night, there are many bars, pubs, cafes, or street food stalls on the sides of the road with lots of tables and chairs set close together , bring joyful and bustling atmosphere.
Featured in the pedestrian street of Bui Vien are barbecue stalls. There are all kinds of seafood, goats, cows, wings or chicken legs, only from $ 1USD.
In addition to the restaurant serving traditional Vietnamese dishes, some Indian, Mexican and Thai restaurants ... also appear to be ready to serve international tourists.
Although mostly serving tourists, the price at Bui Vien area is very popular and listed specifically, visitors can comfortably shop here without worrying about the price.
Sitting on the sidewalk drinking beer, chatting has become a feature of Bui Vien street in the heart of Saigon. There is also a motorbike rental service. Renting scooters costs 200,000 VND/day (9 usd), other types cost 180,000 VND/day (8 usd).
Services like massage cost from 100,000 to 150,000 VND/hour (4-7$), beauty services, nail polish cost only 120,000 VND (5$). In order to stimulate consumption, many stores also have discount programs to attract customers.
Many tourists enjoy sitting and drinking coffee, watching people and vehicles on the street walking Bui Vien.
Not only enjoying specialties, to Bui Vien pedestrian street, visitors also enjoy special music programs, street art performances. This is really an attractive destination every night for domestic and foreign visitors.
What to eat at Bui Vien walking street?
Bui Vien hot tofu
Every afternoon starts from around 5pm, at 169 Bui Vien appears a hot tofu, when eating can feel very soft, smooth, fragrant and very delicious.
Hai Thien "Pho"
The unique feature of this noodle dish is that the noodles are very colorful but the color of natural fruits. From the yellow of pumpkin, the green of cabbage, purple of cabbage ... makes the rice noodles become colorful and attractive.
Five Boys - Smoothie
To find a cheap and delicious smoothie shop at Bui Vien, Five Boys must be mentioned. You can enjoy guava juice, apple, pineapple ... or you can mix fruits as you like. Smoothies cost 1$, mix fruit from 1-2$.
Bui Vien became the second walking street of Ho Chi Minh city to help visitors have more cultural appointments, watch street art performances on the weekends. Unlike Nguyen Hue Street, Bui Vien Street has a completely different style.
If Nguyen Hue walking street looks luxurious of a busy city with high-rise buildings, Bui Vien street makes visitors feel like being immersed in the lives of local people.
With nearly everything that a traveler needs and a centralized location within proximity of markets and attractions, Bui Vien walking street (located in District 1 of Ho Chi Minh City) is the perfect base for exploring the heart of Saigon, the place where most backpacking travellers stay during their holiday.
Location: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Address: District 1
Opening hours: Open 24 hours
Entrance fee: Free
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