Attraction 1147 Binh Quoi, Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why Binh Quoi Village is special ?
Binh Quoi Village is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Saigon. Located on Thanh Da peninsula on the banks of the Saigon River, the city center is 8 km to the north, Binh Quoi Tourist Village is enjoying the culture - popular folk food in Ho Chi Minh City. In particular, this is the ideal place for organizing cultural events, cuisine serving the needs of local peoples and international visitors.
Other services: sailing, boating on the river, shooting - shooting, fishing, family guesthouses, meeting rooms, the popular games.
Best Features of resorts Binh Quoi 1 weekend buffet is themed "reclaiming Southern Cuisine" is designed as a space in the South Country market, with over 100 dishes idyllic childhood our fathers go exploring the South
What to explore at Binh Quoi Village?
Binh Quoi Villages offer quite similar services and both reflect particular scenery of the Mekong Delta region. Just 15 minutes away from busy and crowded downtown of Ho Chi Minh City, Binh Quoi Village gives a completely relaxing experience. These sites are endowed with valuable airy premises and fresh atmosphere, thanks to the Thanh Da Peninsula where sit the two villages.
Tourists can find themselves drowned in the charming beauty of a bygone Mekong Delta, with gigs, a blue canal, dinghies, a rough monkey bridge and thatched cottages among lush water coconut trees. Moreover, a culinary buffet program is held outdoors weekly , named “Reclaiming Southern Food”, where numerous dishes from hundreds of years ago are served in a harmonious blend of people an nature. There are also rowing boats, fishing and folk games available for those who seek activities. A true soul of the Mekong Delta is there in every corner to discover.
In addition, there is the club named “Hoi Quan Hoi ngo”, where memories about the famous music composer Trinh Cong Son are reserved, with his painting, sculpturing and performances.
How to get to Binh Quoi Village?
Takes about 15-30 minutes to get here from the city centre by car or motorbike, depending on traffic.
Take bus no 44 from Ben Thanh Market and drop off at Binh quoi Station. Walking 5 minutes to reach there
- A nice relaxing place to visit
- Little Countryside In Downtown
- Idyllic Gardens
- Peaceful and relaxing place for family
- Picturesque and fun
1147 Binh Quoi, Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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Great place to relax your weekend with your family and friends. Many beautiful scenes you would be interested in taking photos
Benh Quoi Garden 1 Reviews for Benh Quoi gardens can be a bit confusing as there are actually 3 Benh Quoi gardens, all off Benh Quoi road which runs down a peninsula or rather a bend in the river. Which one is being reviewed is not always clear. Benh Quoi 2 is actually a resort. I have visited Benh Quoi 1 (possibly also called Benh Quoi Village, but that may be the name of the resort?) and Benh Quo 3. All are within 2 or 3 kilometers of each other. All are on the river north of the central tourist district and a taxi ride will take about 30 minutes (depending on time of day/traffic) and cost about $8 to $10 (200,000 VND). I think number 1 is the pick and while it doesn't compare to many gardens you’d find around the world it’s a pleasant break from the city with a few interesting plants. As others have noted there isn't much to do there, but nor are there at most gardens around the world, the attraction being the garden itself. They are by the river although at Benh Quoi 1 the river is not incorporated as part of the garden, but rather there’s a small tributary and ponds in various places with restaurants making the most of them. The food where we ate was good and reasonably priced. What I found most interesting was all the brides and grooms having their pre-wedding photos taken (as is the custom in Viet Nam). If you want more of a setting by the river you will have passed Benh Quoi 3 a couple of k’s back, but it is much smaller and has little garden. The tables right on the river however are a pleasant place to sit with a drink or have a meal. The Benh Quois are perhaps not the places you’d go if on a 3 or 4 day tour of HCMC, but if you did happen to have a blank day or had a longer stay and wanted just a quite pleasant place to relax with a good meal it would fit the bill. Of course you would pick your time to go and should avoid excessive heat or rain showers. If you’re not sure whether to go or not try having a look at the images available and see if it’s your kind of place.
A nice relaxing place to visit and you can enjoy the traditional Vietnamese folk music band. Must put on your list thing to do in Sai Gon.