Actually before we went for lunch at Four Seasons Restaurant, we went to a shopping complex just quite across the road of Ho Chi Minh Museum named Saigon Square. It is also located quite near to our hotel.
Saigon Square had just gone through renovation so the complex looked better than before. This complex does not have posh brand-names but mostly they have stalls attached next to each other selling lots of clothes, bags, accessories and many more. Great thing about this place is of course you can bargain. =) However yes, the Vietnamese are tough cookies when it comes to bargaining.
The teen clothes here are really cool especially the jackets and Baby-Ts. Unfortunately most of them cater for very very very slim girls, so if you have a petite figure you'll be very lucky.
Yes at Saigon Square there's this spacious Chinese and Japanese cuisine restaurant, but not Halal I bet.
Just a random photo of Nana with this posh, vintage model of I don't know what car. Sleek!
Yup now after we had lunch we dropped by at a much bigger mall compared to Saigon Square. Diamond Mall belongs to a Korean company. Here you may find more brand names because it is more or less like Parson because it is a mall combined with its own Departmental Store.
I was most attracted to the teen's wear department because the selection of bags and sneakers available, well the designs are much much more interesting compared the ones in KL. Even the Converse selection have so many more tempting choices.
Below are the new arrival sneakers of Ecko Park but in Vietnam I saw that the name was Rhino Red but with the exact, same logo.
As usual, I must must must check out the children's stationery area to admire the cute, adorable stationery.
Hard cover notebooks/ organizers with familiar cartoon characters from Japan and Korea. I love them all to add into my fancy notebook collection but I could only choose two of them. It was VND 112,000 (RM 21.20) each.