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Vincom Center, Ho Chi Minh City

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Shop at the more than 250 stores at Vincom Center, the city's largest mall. This attraction is so big that it is made up of two sites, labeled "A" and "B," that sit across the street from one another. At both of these complexes, you will find international brands, luxury shopping, cafes, and restaurants. The main difference between the two branches is that shops in one building feature a French-style structure, while others sit inside a modern skyscraper. Both offer world-class shopping and national flagships. The original building ("A") contains a children's play area. To visit Vincom Center and get the most from your holiday in Ho Chi Minh City, create itinerary details personal to you using our Ho Chi Minh City trip itinerary app .
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  • At Vincom Center you'll find many western brands like H&M, Mango, Zara, Marks & Spencer, luxury brands, good cosmetic brands (e.g. Bobbi Brown). But the main reason we go there is MK chain restaurant ...  more »
  • I don't know, said that one of the best shopping centers. But I found nothing. Wrote that there are local and international brands, but saw there only international. Prices there for international brands are higher than, for example, in Malaysia and Thailand, and the range seemed more under local, including the dimensions. A supermarket in the Centre too. If you want to find something cheap and normal quality, probably the only option is to go to the North of the city away from the tourist area and there are local shops of clothes, it is a pity that we went there only at the end of the day, found one shop where good clothes, but with the dimensions tight. On the market as well as in shopping malls, there is little that can be found.
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  • It's an ok mall with a few name brands such as Zara, H&M, Aldo etc. and it also has an arcade (100k VND for 23 coins) with lots of eateries on the basement floor. It has some stores from some luxury b...  more »
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  • Getting to the Vincom Centre is easy. Getting in is fine. Getting out is an absolute nightmare unless you make sure that you know which floor has the exit at ground level. One could easily be stuck in there for an extra hour. I find the shops too exclusive and out of 90% of people's expenditure range. There are some ludicrous items to buy in there yet it is impossible to find a tie rack type hanger in Vietnam. Shopping in Vietnam is like the demographics. Either it's rock bottom for the poor or stupidly expensive for the wealthy. The best thing in the Vincom Centre is the thing which no one sees. They have a Hammer Strength Gym and a Roman style swimming pool near the top of the building. It's one of the best equipped gyms I've ever seen but because of the pool it is again stupidly expensive and again most other gyms in Vietnam are very crude and full of junk and broken equipment. The Vincom Centre is good for a look into the world of fantasy but there is nothing in there I'd buy. Their Doctor Martens are three times the price of the UK and they say 'Made in England' which they haven't been this century. They are all made in China. Not that the locals would know of course.
  • Great finding this shopping centre in the city. Plenty of shops to choose from and more opening and plenty of food places too. If you are around in the city and need a heat break, head into here. We will be back again soon!
  • The mall is under renovation. Air condition very bad, very humid and stuffy. There are many nice restaurant at basement floor thou, easy if you're looking for food but not so comfortable for shopping.
  • With more than 250 shops, Vincom Center is Ho Chi Minh City’s biggest shopping mall – so big in fact, that they have separated it into two separate buildings just across the street from each other. Vincom Center A is housed in a delightful French styled period building connected to The Continent Hotel, while Vincom Center B is just behind it, occupying the first five storeys of a modern, glass-fronted skyscraper. If you are looking for international products then this should be your first stop as this is where most international luxury brands have their flagship stores, right in the tourist heart of the city. There are also some convenient restaurants and cafes serving food from most regions including many international franchises.
  • absolutely recommended for those who want to stop by and shop or grab st to eat and drink; also a lot of new stores coming out so fashionista should check this out

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