Shopping 70 - 72 Le Thanh Ton | District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Published on: 13-11-2015
|09:00 AM - 10:00 PM|
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Vincom Center is good for
- Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
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Why Vincom Center is special ?
It has 3 basements and 5 levels to make for more than 250 shops altogether. Vincom Center is Ho Chi Minh City’s biggest shopping mall. If you are looking for international products then this should be your first stop as this is where most international luxury brands have their flagship stores, right in the tourist heart of the city. There are also some convenient restaurants and cafes serving food from most regions including many international franchises.
They have separated it into two separate buildings just across the street from each other. Vincom Center A is housed in a delightful French styled period building connected to The Continent Hotel, while Vincom Center B is just behind it, occupying the first five storeys of a modern, glass-fronted skyscraper.
What to explore at Vincom Center?
Aldo, Bata, Braun Buffel, Charles & Keith, Pedro, Pierre Cardin, Bonia, ECCO, Nine West, Emporio Armani, Furla, Just Cavalli, Versace, Jimmy Choo, Runway, Versus, Bebe, bYSI, Focci, Carven, FCUK, Giovanni, Fila, Levi’s, Moda Mundo, Naf Naf, Replay, Mango, Aspial, Cartier, Tag Heure, Ago, Chic, Bijou & Oliver Weber, Moshi Moshi Jewellery, PLAYBOY, PNJ, Swarovski, …
Food and Restaurants:
The food court feels more like a collection of nice restaurants rather than a hodgepodge of unrelated greasy chains. Sweat off any extra weight at the expansive Western gym upstairs, Vincharm Health Club.
How to get to Vincom Center?
The best way to visit the Vincom Center is by taxi, motorbike or "xe om". It takes 28 mins driving from Tan Son Nhat International Airport and 16 mins from Sai Gon Railway Station.
- Modern Shopping Experience
- Upscale mall in HCMC
- Newest shopping mall opens
- Great shops and restaurants
- International Standard Shopping Center
70 - 72 Le Thanh Ton | District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Tips for you
Parking consists of three floors. The narrow access road makes it harder for cars to squeeze in, although motorbikes will have no problem. The parking closes at 10 p.m. The fees are as follows: VND20,000 for two hours for cars (VND120,000 for overnight parking); VND4,000 for four hours for motorbikes (VND20,000 for overnight parking); VND2,000 for four hours for bicycles (VND5,000 for overnight parking).Parking
Not only the new out-of-scale tower has been built on the location of architectural vintage colonial villas, but its building is responsible for the destruction of one of the few Saigon's public spaces, a small park in which hundred year' s old trees were out-rooted, to build in its place a tacky Dysneyland-style space in guise of entrance to yet another shopping mall with all its international brands. Not only was the public space destroyed, but across Dong Khoi street (arguably the most well known street in Saigon), a whole block charged with history with famous addresses like Givral Cafe, Passage Eden, pastry shop La Pagode, etc. was knocked down to build yet another horrendous tacky building all devoted to instant gratification consumerism and the resolve of the authorities to deprive the people of Saigon of its own cultural heritage and landmarks. So yes, for all interested in the way Saigon is slowly but surely destroyed by a clique of crass arrogant leaders should pay a visit to the Vincom Center.
Nice new shops for Furla, Armani, Naf Naf, BCBG, Mango and more. Food court has lots of choices from Burgers to Pho to Hot Pot, Japanese, 5 cafes, Froyo... Good place to shop away an afternoon.