It’s more than 130 years old, Les Grands Magazins Charner old and Thuong Xa Tax today was magnificent in architecture, in the commercial class; still match “attractive destination” of domestic and foreign tourists arriving Saigon – Ho Chi Minh City.
Located on an area of the intersection of two boulevards of Saigon center Bonard (Le Loi street) and Charner (Nguyen Hue street) the building called Les Grands Magazins Charner upon completion of construction in 1880 was proving witness to the peak of the French commercial architecture. Over 7 upgrades, repairs so far in 1942, nearly Thuong Xa Tax restored the status quo.
More than 1,000 vendors gathered together that commercial activity in Thuong Xa Tax rich and diverse than ever. Stretching across 4 floors in an area of over 15,000 m2 visitors can find many items.
One of the most characteristic of Thuong Xa Tax is Vietnamese products. It is not only the items marked culture but also the produce of the land, forests, seas of Vietnam. The ceramic, stone, brocade, lacquer ware, handicrafts exquisitely unique. The delicious of coffee, tea, cake and jam. In the pages radiate away all of the tourists have been carrying memorabilia from Tax. So this is the reason why the Thuong Xa Tax names appear in these pages, addresses guided tours overseas, and with Vietnam, there is the oft-quoted: arriving to Saigon, not visiting Thuong Xa Tax considered to… never been Saigon!
Saigon Tax Trade Center
Address: No. 135 Nguyen Hue Street, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, HCMC.
Telephone: (84.8) 38.213.849
Fax: (84.8) 3829.9973