Saigon

Raising The Bars
Vietnam has a great deal to brag about when it comes to world-class bars. During the years that we were cut off from the rest of the world, our bar industry flourished. An increasing number of watering holes have been added to the country's list this year. If you are searching for new bars, we have you covered. The following is a list of new drinking dens to add on your bar-hopping agenda, whether you're looking for a hip new hangout, a whisky bar, or a wine bar.
Perfecting the Art of Mixology at 2 Lam Son Bar

Saigon’s premier cocktail lounge, 2 Lam Son Bar, is taking the art of mixology to fresh heights with new bar manager, Simon Brandmayer who brings world-class cocktail artistry to the chic and stylish centrepiece of the city’s upmarket bar scene.

Stirring The Imagination

Award winning Vietnamese mixologist Thep Dinh, also known as “Real Steel” to industry insiders, is the star of this little jewel hidden away in a colonial apartment building close to Ben Thanh market.

Rum Away Together

Saigon’s first bar dedicated to the West Indies spirit, Rum, FAVELA promises a vibrant and spirited ambience which pays homage to three pillars of favela life: family, hustle and rum. 

The Best-Kept Secret

Hidden, bespoke and brilliant, Blanche Saigon is a true speakeasy whereby guests must exercise their skills of deduction to find this wonder.

Escape The City

Designed by the forward-thinking The Lab Saigon, Madam Kew is a cocktail bar that packs a punch. 

Carmen

If you think Latino Vietnamese is an oxymoron well, think again.

Blanchy's Tash

This hyper-modern bar is named after a French colonial era mayor, Paul Blanchy, who was renowned for his exceptional moustache – hence the ‘tash’. 

Air 360 Skybar

AIR 360 Sky Bar – the name reflecting the capacity of the surrounding City views – attracts a more adult clientele than other venues. 

 

Latitude 10

Get into the mood at Latitude 10, a cafe by day moonlighting as a creative cocktail bar by night. 

Chill Places In Saigon - Part 1

Located in a historic French colonial house in Ho Chi Minh City, Drinking & Healing provides patrons a reprieve from the busy city behind their exposed brick walls.