This year, WTW 2018 in Vietnam will take place in the upscale development area in District 7 of Saigon: Phu My Hung.
Although it’s only 6 km south of the central Ben Thanh Market (considered the downtown), the area has a completely different feel to it from other parts of the city. It’s more quiet, there’s less traffic, there are malls and cafe’s, and there are wide spacious, uncluttered sidewalks; Walking through Phu My Hung almost feels like you’ve left Vietnam altogether and have taken a day trip to southern California.
Phu My Hung is filled with an abundance of pleasant sit down restaurants, both Vietnamese and international, with big breezy patios, your choice of just about every fast food chain, from Lotteria to Dominoe’s, and plenty of Korean restaurants as well.
SC Vivocity -> Panorama River Park -> Lake Park -> Starlight Bridge (Anh Sao Bridge) -> Crescent Mall
Interesting fact about Phu My Hung:
In recent years, more and more Korean nationals have moved to Phu My Hung in District 7, making it the largest Korea town in Ho Chi Minh City with an estimated population of up to 20,000. Hence, it is now known as the Korean Town / Little Seoul in Saigon.
Saigon Children’s Charity CIO (saigonchildren) was founded in 1992 for a specific purpose: to help disadvantaged Vietnamese children to get an education and a fairer start in life. saigonchildren works exclusively in Vietnam and is committed to overcoming barriers to education for children, including poverty, geography, knowledge and disability.
The programmes aim to help disadvantaged children of Vietnam to escape from poverty through education and training. Our area of operation is in the south of Vietnam, around Ho Chi Minh City, extending to the Cambodian border and down into the Mekong Delta.
Address: 59 Tran Quoc Thao, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City
Tel: (84 8) 39 303 502