Saigon is a city that never sleeps. Night scene in Saigon varies from one district to another; however, do not expect loud live music after midnight because there are strict laws regarding noise. There is no excuse for not experiencing the nightlife in Saigon if it is your first time to visit the city. You can enjoy a bottle of white or red wine at rooftop bar in Saigon while listening to jazz music.
Memorable experiences in Saigon after the sun sets
After the sun sets in Saigon, the city literally changes with neon lights lighting every street corner and highlighting the city’s landmarks. Many tourists have seen the beauty of Saigon during the day but they have never experienced the spectacular lights during a night tour. One night when the weather is beautiful, you can rent a motorbike to explore the city to experience its hidden charms.
If you are person who loves quiet and peaceful nights, take a walk along the harbour. One of the places that is worth visiting without the noise of the city is Bach Dang Wharf that can be found the banks of Saigon River. At the wharf, you will see the tall Tran Hung Dao Monument pointing his finger to Bang Dang Wharf to remind the locals of the heroic victory during the Bang Dang Battle.
If you like night scenes and crowds, your best option is the backpacker’s district which is a temporary stop station of travellers from all over the world. A night tour at Saigon’s red-light district will allow you some reasonably priced entertainment in bars, clubs and acoustic coffee shops. There are also rooftop bars that are crowded with young locals and foreigners who want a few drinks with friends. Food served is very refreshing with a perfect balance of flavours, herbs and sauces.
Your most memorable experiences can be spent in a rooftop bar in Saigon that overlooks the glittering skyline of the city. The phenomenal place has several standing tables and armchairs so that guests can relax while sipping a cocktail. The breezy atmosphere guarantees your best unwinding moments.