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Run by a Vietnamese artist who trained in Japan, this place occasionally falls foul of the artistically staid authorities. A cafe-bar and gallery combined, these are intriguing surroundings for a drink.
116 Ð Nguyen Du ; 230 Ð Nguyen Trai Hollywood blockbusters and local hits.
Run by a Vietnamese artist who trained in Japan, this place occasionally falls foul of the artistically staid authorities. A coffee shop and gallery combined, these are unusual surroundings for a drink.
Go-go dancers strut their stuff while red and green lasers slice up the dancefloor.
For a reverse angle, try the 24th floor of this Cholon hotel, where the 360-degree views put the downtown in perspective.
Don’t be misled by the name: most of the musicians are fully plugged and dangerous when they take to the intimate stage of the city’s leading live-music venue...
Soulful portraits of John Lennon, Jim Morrison and James Brown look on at this cool shrine to live music...
Flamenco and country music from 8.30pm nightly.
Metal’s so big here that it’s even spawned its own venue. Go figure.
This small, two-floor restaurant-cafe-bar is a super-relaxed choice for a coffee or cocktail, with a fine cultural vibe, film night and art events.
The main water-puppet venue, with shows starting at 5pm, 6.30pm and 7.45pm and lasting about 50 minutes.
A live cover band blasts out danceable classics.
Lively local nightclub on the junction with Pasteur that is packed by the midnight hour.
Fashionable young things flock to the rooftop bar, while dance music pounds in the room below.
An unexpected find in the backstreets of HCMC, this Czech restaurant brews up fresh pilsner daily.
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