If you are a newcomer and looking for an accommodation in Ho Chi Minh city, you need to know where the worth-living place is. Let SILA Urban Living help you make the best choice.
Ho Chi Minh City’s outstanding features
Ho Chi Minh City is best known as the economic capital of Vietnam. The city receives the most traffic from local provinces, and is also an international gateway of the region. It is also the greatest tourist destination in Vietnam, and it welcomes millions of visitors every year. Therefore, the cultural features of this place are so rich and the accommodations are really diverse. However, you should choose a good place to stay that matches your personality and preferences. It is difficult to make that choice when you may not understand the cultural characteristics and background of the different areas. Each district here has its own cultural identity that should be taken into consideration when you choose where to stay.
District 1 – The gaudy venues
District 1 is the commercial, administrative and entertainment center of Saigon. It boasts many skyscrapers, malls, entertainment venues and famous tourist attractions. You can visit some really interesting places such as Notre Dame, The Centre Post Office, Independent Palace, Ben Thanh Market, The Zoo, Bitexco tower, Takashimaya centre and many other Bars, Cafés, Restaurants. If you love a vibrant night life, District 1 is also an ideal choice for you. However, your living expenses, as well as rental charges in this area can be very expensive. Additionally, the heavy traffic jam during rush hour and the air and noise pollution are also the significant minus points. Therefore, you must consider carefully before choosing District 1 to stay.
District 2 – The nouveau riche of Saigon
When you many people think of District 2, they think of the so-called nouveau riche of Saigon. Most of people here have a high standard of living and with the advantages of urban planning. There are many of luxury apartments and villas located in District 2.
If you are in search of a quieter and not too crowded place, District 2 can be a reasonable choice. However, real estate rate in District 2 can be high for the space and the numerous construction projects leads to air, water and noise pollution. Additionally, parts of District 2 is known to experience heavy flooding, especially during rainy season. These are the disadvantages you need to consider when you want to stay in District 2.
District 5 – Cuisine town of Saigon
District 5 is considered as the largest Chinatown in Vietnam. Along with the rich culinary culture of China, District 5 is one of the special culinary cradles of Saigon. A particular bonus is the food here is so cheap. The bustling atmosphere of Chinatown is also one of the points that attracts tourists. District 5 is also famous for its beautiful temples with unique architectural features.
However, it can be so inconvenient when it comes to rainy season because flooding can occur in some streets. And the distance from District 5 to the city center is quite far. Additionally, the distance to the airport is equally far so you should take into consideration the budget for travel when considering District 5.
District 3 – Ideal accommodation with all the advantages
District 3 is located in a favorable position. It is also a downtown district that is located next to District 1. However, it is quieter and more convenient to move to between other districts and the airport from District 3. Visitors hardly spend too much time travelling from District 3 to the entertainment and sightseeing areas of District 1.
District 3 is the place with the widest green space in Saigon as demonstrated by the rows of giant trees stretching across multiple streets. District 3 also boasts many beautiful ancient architectures from the French colonial period, and has various entertainment areas with restaurants, bars, and cafes.
There isn’t anywhere else in the city center that has a lot of green space, is quiet, but also convenient for commuting around the city. District 3 has all the amenities and benefits of a modern and convenient place to stay.
Additionally, there are many serviced apartments in this district. Depending on the guest’s budget, District 3 has a wide variety of apartments to choose from. It has everything from affordable to luxury apartments, all depending on your budget. There is an old saying in Vietnamese that goes: “eat in District 5, live in District 3, and see in District 1”. District 3 is indeed the most worth-living in Saigon.
SILA Urban Living – Luxury Serviced Apartment in Ho Chi Minh City
SILA is a luxury serviced apartment-hotel with a total of 217 rooms located at 21 Ngo Thoi Nhiem Street, Ward 6, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City. With the aspiration to bring peace, comfort and happiness to each guest, SILA Urban Living staff always tries best to improve the services every day, even in the smallest ways.
SILA is not only a place to stay, but also a good place for you to immerse yourself into Vietnamese culture and hospitality. Wherever you come from, SILA will help you feel as comfortable as if you were back in your own home.
SILA Urban Living has multiple perks that our residence can enjoy. SILA is proud of its gym, that is fully equipped with the newest and most modern equipment imported from Italy. Furthermore, there is a 20-metres outdoor swimming pool that utilizes the modern salt electrolysis technology. This optimize the disinfection process, so that it is very safe for our residents. Besides the state-of-the-art facilities, SILA also has No.21 Restaurant and Bar, where you can enjoy delicious food that blends both European and Asian flavors. The restaurant is one of the most amazing new restaurants in Saigon.
If you are looking for a serviced apartment in District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, do not hesitate to call us for the fastest consultation and support!
SILA Urban Living
Hotline: +84 28 39 300 800