5 places to take photos of Ao Dai in Saigon New Year
sonnguyen 30-12-2020, 08:46

Ho Chi Minh City has many free attractions, anyone can visit to take photos of Ao Dai to welcome the new year.

Hai Thuong Lan Ong
Street As a road specialized in trading Tet decorations, Hai Thuong Lan Ong Street (District 5) is dyed red every year by gossip, firecrackers, and red envelopes from the end of December. On this street on the occasion of the new year, not only can people choose the Tet decorations they satisfy, but also take pictures suitable for the new year atmosphere. Photo: Anh Minh
Museum of Fine Arts
The Museum of Fine Arts (District 1) is a familiar check-in point for Saigon youth. With the ancient European architectural style, the Fine Arts museum is a favorite destination of Saigon people to take beautiful photos, especially with the Tet ao dai. The museum is open from 8:00 to 17:00 daily, ticket price is 30,000 VND / person or 15,000 VND if visitors have a student card. Photo: Ly Kim Thao
5 places to take photos of Ao Dai in Saigon New Year
Ben Thanh Market Ben Thanh
Market (District 1) is considered one of the favorite places for Tet photography because of the characteristics and colors of the fruit stalls on display every Tet. Not only young people, even fashion designers also choose Ben Thanh market as the location to capture new collections. Photo: Chanh Nguyen
Ho Thi Ky Flower Market
Year round is dyed with colorful flowers, Ho Thi Ky Flower Market (District 10) is the place where many people choose to make ao dai photos. On Tet occasion, the whole market is filled with colors and aroma. Visitors to the market can buy the freshest flowers of the day as props for the photo. Photo: Bui Dinh Chuong
Ba Thien Hau Pagoda
Attractions, spiritual tourism are often chosen to make Tet photos because of the traditional space. Lady Thien Hau Pagoda (District 5) is famous for its holy spirit, attracting many tourists thanks to its unique architecture. Guests can take pictures outside. On Tet holidays, the bronze shrine in the temple grounds creates a blurry scene for the New Year photo set. Photo: Minh Hoa