30% Discount from 15th Apr to 31st Aug 2013
- Complimentary wifi and broadband access in room.
- Daily buffet breakfast.
- Free usage of business center
- Complimentary fitness centre
- Complimentary mineral water
Reservation & Enquiries:
|Date:||24 – 26 April 2013|
|Opening Hours:||9am – 5pm daily|
|Venue:||Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center (SECC)|
|Address:||799 Nguyen Van Linh Parkway, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam|
As soon occupied Saigon, the French had established churches as places of celebration for Catholics in the Expeditionary Corps. The first church was established in line number 5 (now Ngo Duc Ke). This is a small temple of the Vietnam abandoned the war, late director Lefebvre had turned the temple into a church the first church was too small in 1863, Admiral Bonard decided to start construction elsewhere a wooden church on the banks "Big Business" (also known as business Charner, the Republic of Vietnam is based Review Tribunal proceedings). Lefebvre held late director "ceremony to lay the first stone" to build a church on March 28, 1863. Wooden church building, completed in 1865, originally called the Church of Saigon. Later, the wooden church was much damaged by termites, the ceremony was held in the reception room of the "palace Governor" old, later modified into schools Taberd, until the cathedral built .
Ben Thanh Market built in 1914 - traditional markets, the symbol of an ancient trading center. Area of 13,000 m2, with 1,437 households and more than 100 stalls of 9 business enterprise participation.
Renovation market is spacious, clean planned scientific sectors. Diversity of goods to meet consumer demand and sightseeing, shopping and abroad. Cho also has a team of managers and traders courteous, enthusiastic service. Order and security, fire safety for people to markets.
Try a visit to Ben Thanh market, so that you feel the attraction of traditional
The Hanoi Gift Show 2012 for handicrafts, home décor products and furniture will be held at the Vietnam Exhibition and Fair Centre from October 26-30.
The show, the first of its kind, aims to promote Vietnamese exports and attract customers from developed countries such as the
The professional trade fair will include 550 stalls showcasing goods from 250 businesses.
A cultural, sports and tourism exchange programme between Vietnamese and Lao border provinces will take place from August 16 in
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism announced the event at a press conference in
According to the organising board, the activity aims to strengthen solidarity and friendship between the Vietnamese and Lao people, especially those living in border areas.A series of activities will be held during the event, including an exhibition on the cultural colours of border ethnic groups, art performances and a show of traditional costumes of ethnic groups.