Dancing is a great way to loosen up and get active at the same time. If you’re looking for dance classes in Vietnam, you can find dancing centres in Saigon that offers lessons on various dancing styles. Whether you’re dancing for sport, performances or competitions, or just for a fun time on a night out, there’s bound to be a dance style perfect for you. Here are some dance schools in HCMC for you to visit.

Where can you find a dance class in District 1?

HCMC Youth Culture House

http://nvhtn.org.vn/

4 Pham Ngoc Thach, D1; +84 28 3829 4345

Price: VND1.5M/month

Since the 1960s, this has been a great place for young people and students to meet up in central HCMC, and to practise modern and contemporary dance. A great launch pad for new ideas and projects, several youth groups and student unions also meet here. They have a wide variety of dancing shoes to choose from. Only Vietnamese is spoken.

Saigon Swing Cats

Saigonswingcats.com

https://www.facebook.com/saigonswingcats/

Different venues are used by the club: 

- Classes Venues:

VND 1.6M per person or 3M per couple (1 lead + 1 follow) to be paid at your 1st class. 

GS Dance Studio, 129 Dinh Tien Hoang, D1; +84 28 6274 7406

Pearl Style Spa Dinh Tien Hoang Studio, 2 Dinh Tien Hoang, D1; +84 90 311 54 02

- Weekend Venues:

Chanh Bistro Rooftop, Rooftop L3, 171 Calmette Street, D1; +84 7 6966 9063

La Habana, 152 Le Lai, Phạm Ngu Lao ward, D1; +84 28 3925 9838

Taking its inspiration from the Cotton Club era of 1930s Harlem, the club offers beginner and advanced classes in swing dancing, lindy hop, blues dancing, balboa and much more. They also have a cool “free retake policy” which means once you have signed up you can keep taking the classes until you drop.

Where can I find a dancing class in District 2?

Dancentre

dancentervn.com

53 Nguyen Dang Giai, D2

+84 28 3519 4490

Membership: VND500,000/year; Cards: VND2.9M/four months

Full course registration: VND2.3M-6.43M/year

Boasting 600 students, Dancentre has a team of professional international teachers who speak Vietnamese, English and French. It provides a space for both beginners and professionals to learn, have fun and, above all, dance. Jazz, Hip Hop, Ballet, Afro Beat, Zumba, Tap and Contemporary Dance classes are all offered. Children can begin from the age of four. Dancentre cooperates with many international schools and some of them host dance studios that the teachers use. Nevertheless, students prefer to come to the main centre in D2 because of its facilities. An annual show is organised each year. The school is closed during the summer for children, but adult classes continue year-round.

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