Discover Little Paris of The Orient
War Remnants Museum
This museum is a sobering and unforgettable museum which details the effects of the 30 years long war between America and Vietnam. There are immaculately preserved tanks, planes and other war machines in the outside grounds, but the really hard-hitting information is found inside.
Ben Tanh Market
The Ben Thanh Market is one of the famous landmarks of Ho Chi Minh City. Thousands of visitors come to the market to stroll around and buy something every day. You can almost buy everything local over here.
The Central Post Office
The building is designed in the Gothic style and dates from 1886 and is still one of the most famous monuments in the city. Make sure that you go inside, look back in time, experience the brilliance art of Ho Chi Minh.
Reunification Palace was the former home of the president of South Vietnam during the Vietnam War. The building is also steeped in history as this is also the spot where the North Vietnamese invaded in 1975 and Ho Chi Minh City surrendered.
Landmark 81 has 81 stories with the height of 461 meters, it located on the western bank of the Saigon River in Binh Thanh District. The tower has preceded the twin towers Petronas in Kuala Lumpur to become the highest construction in Southeast Asia.
Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral
Built in the late 1880s by French colonists. The name Notre Dame was given after the installation of the statue ‘Peaceful Notre Dame’ in 1959. Now, they are still serving as a religious institution for the local population.
While there are numerous outlets of Parkson Plaza within Ho Chi Minh City, the most popular one is set along District 1’s Le Thanh Ton Street. Found just behind Vincom Center B, is a great place to shop for mid-range and upmarket products.
A beautifully charming colonial-looking building surrounded by many of the city’s most attractive sites, such as Notre Dame Cathedral, Saigon Post Office, and April 30th Park. Housing world class cosmetics, perfumes, fashion, F&B, watches, entertainment, electronic products and so on.
The Southernmost City in Malaysia
Legoland Malaysia sat the first of its kind in Asia. It is the ideal family holiday destination with more than 70 hands-on rides slides, shows and attraction offering adventure, both dry and wet theme park so you can enjoy the best of both worlds in one place。
Tan Hiok Nee Heritage Street
The best heritage part in the Johor town like Penang Georgetown. Walking south along the street, you can visit 5 different old temples at the road side, and feel the harmony with your heart, or ready for night market when the sun goes down.
Johor Premium Outlets
If you are ready to blow your whole paycheck on some super luxe goods, here is one of the good choices to shop. JPO have a wide range of shops from high end designer to the more popular athletic brands, and they hold a great discount event constantly is a plus!
Zoo Johor was established in 1928 by the later Johor King, Sultan. It is one of the oldest zoos in the country and also in Asia. The medium-sized zoo is originally called an “animal garden”, as the name given you can consider it into your half day trip schedule.
KSL City Mall
One of the most strategic shopping malls in JB due to its accessibility to other local restaurants outside the mall, and convenience door step public transport to downtown or checkpoint. It’s considered a busy mall in the town, especially during Monday due to the weekly night market.
City Square & Komtar JBCC
The mall is accessible to Singapore via First Link, and you also can reach by walking through CIQ Bridge from SaffroCasa JB. These two shopping centers are just connected to each other through a bridge that connects to the CIQ First Link to enter and exit Malaysia and Singapore.
Mid Valley Southkey
One of the new shopping and dining destination in JB. Facilities are new and comfort, it serves as a social destination for shoppers seeking beauty, lifestyle, leisure and many more. There isn’t a better place to relax, catch up with friends, and have fun with family.
A mall with spacious and well-varied choices of boutiques, snacks, local and international cuisines, electronic gadgets, book stores and many more that fascinate shoppers of all gender and ages. Popular known for its ice-skating rink in the town, considered another good place to spend your weekend with family.
Irvine The Orange County
This amusement park is a seamless blend of yesterday, today and tomorrow. You can soar around the world, bob along white water rapids, or simply savor a glass of wine from the Napa Valley. It is never too late to make your dreams come true.
Newport Beach offers both luxury and beach town living delight. With the largest recreational harbor on the west coast, there are extraordinary and abundant activities. Art walks, shopping, live entertainment and cultural venues will fill your itinerary
The Crystal Cathedral
Christ Cathedral is a must-visit regions’ treasures in California. This landmark is designed as a religious theater of short, as both television studio and stage to a congregation of 3,000. Structural build-up in a four-pointed star pattern and features more than 10,000 panes of glass.
Knott's Berry Farm
Knott’s Berry Farm is a world-renowned theme park build from the humblest of beginnings. During a summer when temperatures flirt with never-before-seen highs, don’t miss out for their largest water park in Orange County.
Orange Country Great Park
The big round orange is not just an attractive decoration but a huge helium balloon that you can take a ride. With the ability to hold up to 25-30 passengers and soar 400ft above the surrounding landscape.
Central Bark have a ton of space for your dog’s run, roam, and roll on the ground freely. For humans, there are a lot of benches around the park, and poop bags around the facility, strongly recommended by every dog person.
Aldrich Park is the natural centerpiece of the University of California. This large botanical garden contains over 11,000 trees and shrubs, including 33 species of eucalyptus and different species of animal living here, one of the most beautiful parks around.
A little park with a sunken sand volleyball court, full court basketball, well-maintained public facilities and so on. The iconic feature is the spinning apparatus, called “the umbrella” provides entertainment for preschoolers who can reach and spin until they lose their bearings.
Exploring The Old Quarter of Ha Noi
Imperial Citadel of Thang Long
An intriguing relic of Vietnam’s history and signifying its historical and cultural importance was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010. Also known as the Hanoi Citadel, many artefacts and items dating back to between the 6th and 20th centuries were excavated in 2004.
Ha Noi Old Quarter
Here is a fascinating area of the city where visitors can enjoy many fine examples of colonial architecture packed along narrow streets Endless packs of motorbikes and bicycle weave around, and the usual bustle of hawkers, brings to life what many people imagine Hanoi to be.
Ba Vi National Park
Ba Vi National Park is a nature reserve of stunning beauty. Famous for its three-peaked mountain that juts steeply up into the sky and is often topped by cloud, Ba Vi National Park has dramatic scenery and a diverse range of jungle plants and animals.
Dong Xuan Market
Dong Xuan Market is the largest of its kind in Hanoi. Housed within a four-storey Soviet-style building, this sprawling complex offers an extensive collection of fashion, apparel and souvenirs at some of the best prices in the city.
Ha Noi Museums
The museum displays artifacts from Hanoi's 1000-year history and the history, culture, heritage, and architecture of Vietnam. It showcases over 50,000 artifacts in a total area of nearly 54,000 square meters.
Ho Chi Minh Museum
Ho Chi Minh Museum is a triumphalist monument dedicated to the life of the founder of modern Vietnam. Highlights include mementos of Ho’s life, and some fascinating photos and dusty official documents relating to the overthrow of the French and the onward march of revolutionary socialism.
Thong Nhat (Reunification) Park
The park covers an area of more than 50 hectares in Hai Ba Trung district, to the south of Hoan Kiem. It was inaugurated in 1960, at which time the country was divided; the park was named Thong Nhat which means ‘united’, expressing the hope of reunification.
Tour Hoa Lo Prison
This was the place American POWs sarcastically named "Hanoi Hilton," and it's where Sen. John McCain was confined when he was captured. His flight suit can still be seen here to this day.