Edit comment Name Title E-mail Website Anne, thank you for your comment. Nguyen Hue street changed a lot because underground railway construction. http://saigoneer.com/saigon-news/5009-video-saigon-unleashes-rollerblade-security-force-on-nguyen-hue-promenade http://tuoitrenews.vn/lifestyle/29723/security-guards-skate-for-faster-patrol-in-downtown-ho-chi-minh-city They basically flattened whole Hguyen Hue street from the People's committee building to the Saigon river. Water fountain at Nguyen Hue and Le Roy street has gone, too. Then they got huge pedestrian area but it has not been fully utilized yet. City has limited the use of pedestrian area. There are not enough benches for the peolpe to rest and some of them sit on the road surface directly. People come to see here because it is something new. City should rethink how to vitalize this area more to attaract more people and foreigners. I will put another entry to show detail of the Hguyen Hue street. Unfortunately, there are more high-rise building being constructed and planned at the center of Saigon. There are several large urban development planned at Saigon's suburban area. I wonder if all these buildings will be ever occupied. Some historical buildings have been demolished by these planning. Here is a good site showing old Saigon buildings. http://www.historicvietnam.com/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/865130223501356/?fref=nf My recent interested area is Ba Son shipyard area. This is a good area to be preserved and refurbished as a new tourist destination as well as its water front area. http://saigoneer.com/saigon-development/5329-ba-son-should-be-preserved,-not-destroyed-experts Password Only the blog author may view the comment.