This is the largest city of Vietnam. It mainly boasts French colonial style architecture, colorful markets, and busy roads. The hustle-bustle of the city is enticing yet repelling. It hosts over two million scooters, mopeds and motorcycles!What to do in Ho Chi Minh?- War Remnants Museum – is sometimes a confronting and disturbing experience housing harrowing displays from what the Vietnamese call “the American War.” It may not be cheerful viewing, but if you want to understand the history behind the war that resulted in the loss of over 3 million lives, this place is a must visit.- Cu Chi Tunnels – Located about 50 km from the city, Cu Chi Tunnels are one of the most popular tourist destinations. You can book a day tour or rent a motorbike. Half-day tour costs about 250.000 VND per person including tunnel Entrance Fees (90.000 VND). Motorbike rental costs 120.000-150.000 VND per day and passport will be security deposit.- Combine Cau dai Temple and Jade Emperor Pagoda along with your visit to Cu Chi Tunnels.- An evening walk around the Cathedral of Notre Dame exploring the street food and drink Vietnamese Iced Coffee (ca phe sua da) sitting on a low stool along the sidewalk.Explore busy Markets of Saigon during the evenings.