Hello everyone, long time no blog. I know I have been super MIA. I got sick to the point why I couldn't create desired content your you guys. This time being sick made me realize that I need to take care of myself more to get healthier. At the end of the day, yourself and your health are two most important thing you can have. Because good health results in creativity, productivity and better content for you guys. I also used this sick time to get myself away from social media for a bit, since nowadays our lives are involved around technology and social medias and most of my time, I spend time working for social media. It was nice to relax and recharge myself from all the chaos on the inter-web.
I was able to travel for a bit to further clear out my mind. As some of you guys may already know that I traveled to my motherland - Vietnam and the land of cherry blossoms and wasabi - Japan. Traveling always make me happy and cultural. It is always nice to learn about cultures and traditions from places that I've visited.
This time, when I visit Vietnam - I was able to do some photoshoots in the central of Ho Chi Minh City. I found a couple places that are so perfect for photos if you are looking for one. First stop is the one and only Ho Chi Minh City Book Street
Ho Chi Minh City Book Street
Nguyen Van Bình, Ben Nghé, Quan 1, Ho Chí Minh, Vietnam
Here are some photos I took at the place.
If you like a warm yellow tones with teal hues in your photos than this next place is a must go. This place is super well know and very easy to find in the center of Saigon. The Saigon Central Post Office is in the heart of Saigon. It is a post office in the heart Ho Chi Minh City, near Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica, the city's cathedral. The building was constructed when Vietnam was part of French Indochina in the late 19th century. It counts with Gothic, Renaissance and French influences. It was constructed between 1886-1891 and is now a tourist attraction.
Saigon Central Post Office
Address: 125 Công xã Paris, Ben Nghé, Quan 1, Ho Chí Minh