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The title pretty much summarizes it all. It is a functioning post office that was designed by the French back in the 19th century. It looks nice and has a lot of different postcards you can send, but that's pretty much it. Maybe with a...More
The sparkling refurbished post office center in Ho Chi Minh City is a fine architectural masterpiece exhibiting mostly French sensibilities. However the interior is entirely Vietnamese in emphasis with a portrait of Ho Chi Minh prominently displayed at one end of a cavernous market arena.
The design of this building is stunning, not surprising given it was designed by Gustave Eiffel. Hard to believe it was ever actually a working post office. However, my trip was marred after I was robbed/conned by a taxi driver named 'Fern' (English pronunciation). having...More
The post office is a very nice old building . It’s beautiful inside . The multiple arches in the central hall are impressive to behold .
I enjoyed shopping at the gift shops . The prices of all the gift items were very reasonable. And...More
It’s a building of a great historical significance and have to say the government has maintained it well. The post office is still functional inside, which is a great deal. Sadly it’s too commercialised with too many stalls inside selling souvenirs. Must visit place.
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I remember those banks of phones in Post Offices across Europe, back in the day! Not needed now in the Mobile Phone generation! Great to see they haven't removed them - a great colonial experience until you look up at Uncle... More
I remember those banks of phones in Post Offices across Europe, back in the day! Not needed now in the Mobile Phone generation! Great to see they haven't removed them - a great colonial experience until you look up at Uncle Ho smiling benignly from on high!