Away but within earshot of the cacophony of motorbikes and beeping horns in Hoi Chi Minh City, you will find a little alley full of Street Art in Saigon. Most things in Saigon are found in obscure little alleys, backstreets, and laneways. You will find the best little coffee shops, delicious pho places, and a lot more. The trouble is, unless you live there, or have explicit instructions from local people, many are hard to locate.
While this amazing Vietnamese city with its definite French influences has a lot going for it, finding street art was a little more difficult. Yes, we could roar around on the back of motorbikes with local guides from One Trip Adventures who knew how to find these hole in the wall places with fantastic street food. We could see the great historical sites of the city, with local guides and it was these lovely people who helped us to find this Street Art in Saigon. It is called 3A-station, and ironically it was right next door to where we were staying in Le Meridien Saigon. You can read about our two tours with One Trip Adventures – discovering the historical sites with university students, and street foot at night, all braving the traffic on the back of their motorbikes.
Getting to Ho Chi Minh City/Saigon
To experience the delights of Ho Chi Minh City, known to the locals as Saigon, you can get to Vietnam with AirAsia for a bargain rate and make sure you experience the city with local guides. Read about how easy our journey was to Vietnam with AirAsia here.
Where to Stay In Saigon?
Being central and in walking distance to all of the attractions is always a good idea. We stayed at Le Meridien Saigon, and you can read about the hotel here.
Enjoy the following Street Art in Saigon