At the end of Nguyen Hue Street sits the magnificent office of the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee. Completed in 1908, the design of the former Hotel de Ville is based on the original in Paris. It is one of the most stunning monuments in the city, especially when lit at night. The interior is not open to the public. However, the outside still makes for some very memorable photo-ops.
Location: Le Thanh Ton and Nguyen Hue, D1 Localinsight: The best view of the building is from the Rex Hotel roof terrace.
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This grand building was designed by Ngo Viet Thu for South Vietnam's former President, Ngo Dinh Diem during the American War. The official handover of power took place here on 30 April 1975 and the palace became a monument to that historic date.