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FIDECO RIVERVIEW

Villa For Rent in District 2, Ho Chi Minh

V29-1681 is a 350 square meter Villa with 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms that is available For Rent. It is part of FIDECO RIVERVIEW in Ho Chi Minh. You can rent this Villa long term for ₫50,000,000 per month.

5 Bed 5 Bath
350 SqM Floors: N/A
₫ 50,000,000
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VILLA PARK - Q.9

Villa For Rent in District 9, Ho Chi Minh

Villa For Rent with 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms and an indoor area of 350 square meters. The Villa is part of the gated estate community VILLA PARK - Q.9 in District 9, Ho Chi Minh, Ho Chi Minh. For long term rentals, this Villa is available from a monthly rent of ₫32,000,000.

4 Bed 4 Bath
350 SqM Floors: N/A
₫ 32,000,000
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Holm Villas

Villa For Rent in Binh Thanh, Ho Chi Minh

V29-1261 is a 272 square meter Villa with 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms that is available For Rent. It is part of Holm Villas in Ho Chi Minh. You can rent this Villa long term for ₫136,000,000 per month.

4 Bed 4 Bath
272 SqM Floors: N/A
₫ 136,000,000
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Phat Him Lam Villa
Binh Chanh, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
₫8,500,000 / Month
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82 SqM

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What you should know about Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City is the commercial hub of Vietnam and is also the largest and most populous city. It’s situated between Southeast Vietnam and the Mekong River Delta, and downstream of the Saigon-Dong Nai River. Formerly known by the name Saigon, it’s also referred to as the “Pearl of the Far East”.

Ho Chi Minh City was once a rural area for fishing called Prei Nokor. The city served as an entry point for Cambodian ships during the Angkor (Khmer empire) period in the 17th century. In the 18th Century, the Hue Nguyen dynasty overthrew the Khmers and renamed Prei Nokor as Saigon and made it it’s capital from 1772 to 1802.

In 1861, the French captured Saigon and declared it as the capital of French Cochinchina. In 1955, after ousting the French it was made the capital of the Republic of South Vietnam.

The city was made the headquarters of the American Military during the Vietnam War, and in 1973 the American troops left Vietnam and in 1975 the city came under the control of the Communists through the campaign by revolutionary leader Ho Chi Minh. After a year, the city was renamed after him.

The city is on a tremendous economic and building development path and it boasts of swanky hotels, top-class restaurants, large and modern shopping malls, and contemporary housing amidst its colonial villas and legendary pagodas.

Villas Types in Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City has many villas for rent to cater to expats and wealthy locals, who are looking for their own private space and garden. Modern villas are built in gated communities, with amenities such as community gym, community pools, kids club, CCTV camera, 24-hour security, tennis courts, etc.

Villas are available mostly as long-term rentals (for at least a year) and are available in different floor sizes and a number of bedrooms. A three bedroom villa of 190 sq.m in District 9 will cost you a monthly rental of about 1290 USD, whilst a 5 bedroom villa of about 350 sq.m in District 2 comes in at a monthly rental of about 2160 USD. Bin Chanh and Bin Thanh are other neighborhoods that have good quality villas for rent. However, Bin Thanh is more popular than Bin Chanh as it has better facilities.

Popular Parts of Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City has 19 districts and 5 suburban districts and some of the districts are predominantly made up of expats.

  • District 1 is the commercial hub of the city and is next to the Saigon River. The downtown area is a very pretty and very safe area to visit. The food in the restaurants along the streets is excellent. It has most of the city’s monuments and historical landmarks, and the irresistible Ben Thanh market.

  • District 2 lies on the other side of the Saigon River. You must cross the river to get to District 1. It’s one of the newly developed areas and has all the latest restaurants, malls and high-rise buildings. Expats love the trendy Thao Dien area as it has many restaurants, schools, and apartment blocks.

  • Suburb D7, a modern suburb, about 12 miles to the south of the city is ideal for long-term expats and expats with families as it has big houses and many international schools.

  • District 3 is completely a Vietnamese occupied suburb and is next to District 1. It’s full of alleys and smaller apartments, and you will find a great selection of street food. If you wish to experience the everyday culture of life in the city, then this district would be a good choice.

  • District 7 is far away from District 1 and is one of the main expat areas of the city. The properties in this district have been built with expats in mind as they are modern and well-constructed with all the amenities.

Standard of Living in Ho Chi Minh City

The Vietnamese are known for their traditional culture. Ho Chi Minh City, which is the epitome of modernity in the country. Many Vietnamese families lead a hard-working life. As the economic situation demands both the husband and wife will have to work and they either place the children in kindergarten or they are minded by their grandparents.

The citizens of the city follow the philosophy of Buddhism and they celebrate the Buddha’s Birthday Festival with fireworks and night decorations.

The education system in Vietnam is systematic with children aged 3-6 going to kindergarten, from 6 -15 years they attend primary and junior secondary schools on the basis of compulsory education for all. After this, students either take up vocational studies or go to senior high schools and colleges for higher education. Ho Chi Minh City is one of the cities which has successfully implemented the compulsory education system.

Ho Chi Minh City has a wide range of hospitals, both public and private healthcare. The facilities in private hospitals are on par with hospitals in advanced countries.

The city is a very popular location for tourism and it has 11 museums including the Vietnam History Museum, War Remnants Museum, and Ho Chi Minh Museum. Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica officially called the Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of The Immaculate Conception and is the biggest and most famous cathedral visited by tourists. There are major architectural works of the colonial era such as Saigon Central Post Office, Opera House, and Reunification Palace.

Cu Chi Tunnels is one of the unique and unmissable attractions of the city.

You can shop for anything in Ho Chi Minh City. It has street shopping, where you can get great bargains if you have the knack of haggling. For exclusive shopping experience visit the boutique outlets and big shopping malls. Ben Thanh market, Cholon and An Dong market are well worth visiting.

Top 4 Reasons Why to Rent in Ho Chi Minh City

  1. The economy of Ho Chi Minh City contributes 20.2% of Vietnam GDP and is the best performing City in Vietnam and attracts International Business which in turn will look to employ their workforce from the City.

  2. It offers a delightful assortment of dishes from all the regions of Vietnam.

  3. Ho Chi Minh City is the most vibrant city in Vietnam. Its energy is infectious.

  4. People of the Saigon are generous by nature and it is evident by the presence of numerous pay it forward communities.

  5. The city has good Transport infrastructure and a taxi from the airport to the city should cost around 150,000vnd. A bus ride will cost 5,000vnd around the suburbs and a motorbike taxi around 5,000vnd per km