Snapshots of HCMC

Now back in Singapore again, presenting some some shots here from my trip. 

Overview of HCM City’s skyline:

Taken from 25 storeys high in its Chinatown District area with its overcrowded buildings squeezed closely together.

Not exactly a pretty sight.

Roads are not even visible, so you can imagine how hellish traffic is like over there.

Sights at Vung Tau:

Vung Tau is located 130 km away from Ho Chi Minh City and is a favourite resort destination for those wishing to get away from the city. A two-hour drive away.

The big mount at the background is one of Vung Tau’s landmarks and it has a statue of Jesus erected on the top. The statue is a miniture replica of the one in Sau Paulo, Brazil.

Halfway up the big mount with its “postcard” scenes to indulge with the sea breeze blowing in your face. But not forgetting the scorching heat too.

The breath-taking view of the coastal strip from the top of the mount.

People and others:

Roadside stall offering fishball snacks served in “Indian Rojak” style.

The “rojak” includes dog meat too *Yum Yum*

Just kidding about the dog meat part. But isn’t this pooch cute??

The kids are also cute of cos…

My favourite bunch of kids whom i have visited in HCMC for the passed 3 years. Their smiles and mischevious antics never fails to refresh me.

They love posing for the camera. They will do anything to get their pictures on my camera =P

Lastly one of my favourite shots…