Thao Dien Pearl apartment

Thao Dien Pearl apartment

Have 9 type apartment at Thao Dien Pearl project:

2bedrooms: 95 – 105 – 115 and 122sq.m

3bedrooms: 132 – 134 and 136sq.m

Floor: 5 to 29th, 30-33th is penhouse duplex

Price for sale from: $1500 to $1800/m2

Price for rent from: $1000 to $1600 per month.

Contact:

Thao Dien Pearl, 12 Quoc Huong St., Dist 2.,HCMC

Sales executive: Pham Van Thuan

Tel: 0968 339 379

Email: Thuan.Pham@SSGgroup.com.vn

 

thao dien pearl apartment

thao dien pearl apartment
thao dien pearl apartment

Apartment for rent in HCMC

Apartment for rent in HCMC

Saigon Pearl for rent 2brs (90sq.m) – 3brs (135sq.m) – Price for rent $1100 to $1800 per month

Thao Dien Pearl available for rent from 31 August 2013 – 2brs (95sq.m – 122sq.m) – 3brs ( 132sq.m-136sq.m) – Price for rent $1000 to $1500 per month.

Saigon Airport Plaza for rent now with 1br (57sq.m) – 2brs (92sq.m) – 3brs (125sq.m) – Price for rent $700 to $1500.

Contact:

Saigon Pearl, 92 Nguyen Huu Canh St., Binh Thanh Dist., HCMC

Tel: 0968 339 379

Email: Thuan.Pham@SSGgroup.com.vn

Apartment for rent in HCMC

Apartment for rent in HCMC
Apartment for rent in HCMC

Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnamese: Thành Phố Hồ Chí Minh), commonly known as Saigon (Vietnamese: Sài Gòn) or by the abbreviations HCMC or HCM, is the largest city in Vietnam and the former capital of the Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam).

Tan Son Nhat (Tân Sơn Nhất) (IATA: SGN | ICAO: VVTS) is Vietnam’s largest international airport. There are two terminals: the shiny, pleasant international terminal which took over all international flights from 2007, and the old but functional domestic terminal 200 metres away. The airport is conveniently located about eight kilometres from the heart of the city. The international terminal used to offer duty free shopping after you landed, but that ended in early 2010 – purchase such items at the airport from which you are departing to visit Vietnam. Both terminals have limited food offerings at high prices once you pass immigration on your outbound journey.

[edit] Immigration and customs; changing currency

Immigration protocols at the airport are not very streamlined, and if your flight happens to arrive at the same time as another flight with many non-Vietnamese citizens, be prepared for a long wait at the visa approval desk. Staff members do not speak much English and they process visa requests in random order – many times just taking whichever request form happens to be on the top of the pile. Visa-seekers are advised to stand close to the visa approval desk and ensure that their request form is not continuously being shuffled to the bottom of the pile.

Since August 2012, it is no longer necessary for most passengers to fill in any immigration or customs declaration cards. (The latter may be necessary if you are intending to stay in Vietnam for a long period, or carrying unusual goods.) As of January 2013, you can obtain a visa upon arrival at Ho Chi Minh Airport. A single entry visa costs US$45, a multiple entry visa costs US$65, and a transfer visa costs US$15. It is not necessary to have exact change nor US currency, but the process is faster if you do and the exchange rate for other currencies is quite bad. There are online companies such as Vietnam Visa Pro that arrange for and provide you with a visa approval letter prior to your arrival in Ho Chi Minh. As of January 2013, for a 1 month single entry visa, vietnamimmigration.com charges a service fee of US$18, while it is higher for citizens of some countries like India(it varies with time, so you will need to contact them directly ). The Visa approval letter is mandatory to board the flight from your country if you plan to take a visa on arrival.

Citizens of Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Japan, South Korea and Russia are exempt from visa requirements if they stay in the country for 15 days or less (return/onward ticket is officially required). Citizens of Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Laos holding valid ordinary passports are allowed to stay for not more than 30 days without visa; those of Philippines will get 21 days.

The baggage carousels are one level down from the immigration booths. You will need to have your checked-in and hand-carry luggage X-rayed before you leave the restricted area. After you clear customs, you will find currency exchange booths to your right. The currency of Vietnam is the Dong (VND). Currency exchange rates at the airport are competitive, and it is preferable to change money here than at the backpackers area in the city which tends to have less favourable touristy rates. Ask first if there’s a commission fee, because this will add to the cost of changing money and remove any rate advantage that is offered. There is an ATM machine on the right side near the currency exchange booths, which you can use to withdraw cash if you have an appropriate bank card. The withdrawal fee is 20,000 dong.

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http://wikitravel.org/en/Ho_Chi_Minh_City

hcmc

Ho Chi Minh City is the largest city in Vietnam.

Under the name Saigon, it was the capital of the French colony of Cochin-china and later of the independent republic of South Vietnam from 1955–75. South Vietnam, as an anti-communist, capitalist republic, fought against the communist North Vietnamese and Viet Cong during the Vietnam War, with aid from the United States and countries including Australia, New Zealand and South Korea. Saigon fell when it was captured by the communists on 30 April 1975, ending the war with a Communist victory. Vietnam was then turned into a communist state with the South overtaken. On 2 July 1976, Saigon merged with the surrounding Gia Định Province and was officially renamed Ho Chi Minh City after Hồ Chí Minh (although the name Sài Gòn is still commonly used).[3]

The metropolitan area, which consists of the Ho Chi Minh City metropolitan area, Thủ Dầu Một, Dĩ An, Biên Hòa and surrounding towns, is populated by more than 9,000,000 people,[4] making it the most populous metropolitan area[5] in Vietnam. The city’s population is expected to grow to 13.9 million in 2025.[6]

The Ho Chi Minh City metropolitan area, a metropolitan area covering most parts of Đông Nam Bộ plus Tiền Giang and Long An provinces under planning, will have an area of 30,000 square kilometers with a population of 20 million inhabitants by 2020.[7] According to the Mercer Human Resource Consulting, Economist Intelligence Unit and ECA International, Ho Chi Minh City is ranked 132 on the list of world’s most expensive cities for expatriate employees.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ho_Chi_Minh_City