Suggest a place to take pictures of beautiful Tet Ao Dai in Saigon

Sights with ancient architecture, temples, and pagodas are often chosen to perform a series of traditional Tet photos in Ho Chi Minh City.

Fine Arts Museum is located at 97 Pho Duc Chinh Street (District 1).  The museum attracts visitors thanks to the architectural style that combines harmony between East Asia and Europe.  This is a familiar check-in point for young people to take beautiful photos, especially with the T-shirt ao dai.
Fine Arts Museum is located at 97 Pho Duc Chinh Street (District 1). The museum attracts visitors thanks to the architectural style that combines harmony between East Asia and Europe. This is a familiar check-in point for young people to take beautiful pictures, especially with the T-shirt ao dai.
Beautiful photo corners include 2nd floor balcony, stairs, stained-glass windows on the main corridor .. The museum is open from 8 am to 17 pm daily, ticket price is 30,000 VND / person or 15,000 VND if visitors have student card.
Beautiful photo corners include 2nd floor balcony, stairs, stained-glass windows on the main corridor .. The museum is open from 8 am to 17 pm daily, ticket price is 30,000 VND / person or 15,000 VND if visitors have student card.
Thien Hau pagoda is famous for its holy spirit, attracting tourists thanks to its unique architecture.  The temple is located on Nguyen Trai Street (District 5), built in 1760, becoming a national monument in 1993. Visitors can visit and take photos for free.
Thien Hau pagoda is famous for its holy spirit, attracting tourists thanks to its unique architecture. The temple is located on Nguyen Trai Street (District 5), built in 1760, becoming a national monument in 1993. Visitors can visit and take photos for free.
Thien Hau pagoda
Ancient architecture is suitable for both traditional and modern ao dai. The best time to take pictures of the day is from 4pm to sunset, capturing the moment when the rays of sunlight mixed with smoke and incense pass through the temple’s sky well.
Another ideal place is Vietnam Quoc Tu Pagoda, located on 3/2 (District 10), open to welcome guests from 7:00 am to 18:00 daily.  Mai Lan friend (1999) performed a series of Tet photos at the temple in red ao dai in January. We chose to take pictures at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, peaceful scenery, quiet space with a little breath. historic.  At this time, the sun is still warm and bright, bringing out the quiet tone of the temple, Mai Lan said.
Another ideal place is Vietnam Quoc Tu Pagoda , located on 3/2 (District 10), open to welcome guests from 7:00 am to 18:00 daily. Mai Lan friend (1999) performed a series of Tet photos at the temple in red ao dai in January. “We chose to take pictures at 4 o’clock in the afternoon, peaceful scenery, quiet space with a bit of breath. ancient breath. At this time, the sun is still warm and bright, honoring the quiet tone of the temple “, Mai Lan said.
Next to the Ba Chieu market (Binh Thanh district, Ho Chi Minh City), Lang Ong also has a folk name of the Mausoleum of Mr. Ba Chieu, which is the burial place of the Left Army Le Van Duyet, the Governor-General of the old Gia Dinh citadel.
Located in Binh Thanh district, Lang Ong also has a folk name of Lang Ong Ba Chieu , the burial place of the Left Army of Le Van Duyet, the governor of the old Gia Dinh citadel. Thao Uyen (1995) chose to take photos of Tet with ao dai on a January morning to capture the early sunlight shining through the gate.
The Mausoleum of Ong Ba Chieu bears imprint of Hue imperial architecture on delicate porcelain reliefs.  On the photo is a picture of Long horse inlaid with porcelain and glass on the wall of the electricity front.  Entrance is free of charge.
The Mausoleum of Ong Ba Chieu bears imprint of Hue imperial architecture on delicate porcelain reliefs. On the photo is a picture of “Dragon horse accessories” inlaid with porcelain and glass on the wall of the electricity front. Entrance is free of charge.

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