Saigon Centre

Saigon Centre is a tall building with offices, serviced apartments and a shopping center. The builiding is currently under renovation.

Centrally located in HCMC with three retailing levels, this upscale centre caters to the high end office workers who inhabit the building. It's a great place to buy electronics, clothing and handicrafts. Formerly the tallest building in Vietnam, Saigon Centre's primary attraction today is the vast amount of products available for purchase. Prices are fixed but discounts are available depending on the shops. You will find several boutiques with beautiful souvenirs and gifts, but be warned that the prices are generally on the high side. On the first level, you have several cafés and restaurants.

Saigon Centre was completed in 1996. Today, the building is a landmark on HCMC's main thoroughfare, Le Loi street. The 25-storey skyscraper comprises 11 floors of prime office space, three levels of retail podium, 89 units of serviced apartments and three levels of basement car park. Saigon Centre has won numerous awards and accolades over its years of operation, demonstrating its commitment to deliver high quality services to customers and businesses in Ho Chi Minh City.


Akuruhi Japanese Supermarket

Akuruhi is a Japanese supermarket located District 1, where many Japanese expatriates live. If you want to cook Japanese food and need ingredients, it is the place to go to in Saigon. They also have some ready-to-eat sushis and sashimis.

Japanese Supermarket in Saigon

Akuhuri in Ho Chi Minh City

Ready to eat sushis and sashimis in Saigon


Lotte Mart (Mall)

South Korea's leading department store operator is now in Saigon. With a well-stocked grocery, all varieties of designer clothing, a cinema and everything else you'd need or want from a department store, Lotte Mart will make you feel like a Seoul suburbanite. For a break from the Ho Chi Minh City heat, hit the bowling alley, catch a movie at their modern cinema or grab a bite in the food court.

Lotte Mart, the megalodon of South Korean retailers, is now operating in Saigon. The store comprises three areas: the supermarket and department store on the ground floor; the cinema, bowling lanes and children's play area on the second floor; and the dining and food court area on the third floor. If you've got a craving for coffee, pizza, electronics, grocery items and big screen excitement, then head over to Lotte Mart.

There are several other popular malls in HCMC. You can check the following: Saigon Square, An Dong Plaza, Parkson Paragon, Crescent Mall, Diamond Plaza, Parkson Plaza and Vincom Center.


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