Christmas atmosphere fills Saigon
From the neighborhoods on Pham The Hien Street, District 8, to the major commercial centers in the city center attracts people to take pictures.
In the days near Christmas, many people in Ho Chi Minh City began to gather on Pham The Hien Street, District 8, where the largest neighborhood in the city with 5 churches located adjacent to each other. Binh An parish, 2287, Pham The Hien street, district 8 is one of the churches that attracts the most visitors.
In addition to the Christmas stone cave in a central location, around Binh An church, there is also an eye-catching yellow stone scald landscape. The large campus makes it easy for visitors to have fun and take pictures like that.
For the convenience of visitors to visit, the management board does not allow motorbikes inside the church premises, many people are afraid to park their cars, so parking outside waiting for relatives makes traveling in these areas difficult. .
Near Binh An church there is a parking space for about 4,000 VND / motorbike.
Binh Thai parish is also one of 5 parishes attracting visitors in Pham The Hien parish. Visitors to District 8 will usually pass churches such as Binh An, Binh An Ha, Binh Thai, Binh Thuan and Binh Son. In addition to rock caves in churches, parishioners living along Pham The Hien street also make Christmas caves in front of their homes, visitors can also visit to take pictures.
The commercial centers in District 1, Ho Chi Minh City also attract many young people to take pictures and have fun. This year, the Christmas decoration in these places is somewhat simpler than last year, but Diamond Plaza is still loved by many young people because this area has 10 glass frames with various decorations. .
Nearby, the Ho Chi Minh Youth Cultural House on Pham Ngoc Thach Street, District 1 also has a year-end fair, so many people often combine to visit these 2 spots.
This Christmas, Le Thi Thu and her brother went to the shopping malls and Nguyen Hue pedestrian street in District 1 to take pictures, you shared: “I really like the Christmas atmosphere these days because it is outside. quite cold. However, due to fear of Covid-19, it seems that people have come here less often than usual. "
Saigon Center shopping center on Le Loi Street, District 1 impresses visitors with beautifully decorated green pine arches surrounding the doors and some reindeer scenes pulling Santa's carts.
Do Thien Thanh (District 1) shared: “This year the shopping centers are not decorated as much as last year, but still ensure that people have a place to take Christmas photos. Very eager to go out, but I and my relatives still adhere to wearing a mask and keep a safe distance from others ”.