Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Eye catching HCM City

HCM City has developed strongly in many fields in the last 35 years but the most impressive development is its infrastructure. VietNamNet introduces the city's changes.

The city lights up. The building in the centre is Sheraton hotel.

Ben Thanh market – 23/9 Park – Quch Thi Trang roundabout – Ham Nghi road area from above. Small roads to the city's centre have become avenues. Many roads are expanded and rebuilt. The waterway is also upgraded. With capital for construction was less than 500 million dong in 1976-1979, HCM City can currently invest trillions dong in infrastructure.

Nguyen Huu Canh road connects District 1's hub with Thu Thiem bridge, crossing the Saigon river to district 2. Ten years ago, this area was ponds and slums.

The Nhieu Loc-Thi Nghe Canal.

Nguyen Van Linh Avenue, District 7.

Phu My bridge, the first cable-stay bridge in HCM City and the fifth on Saigon river, linking Districts 7 and 2.

The East-West avenue in District 5.

The entrances of Thu Thiem tunnel.

Can Gio mangrove forest.

Truc Quan

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