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This mall have Zara, H&M so many clothes brand and the price is much cheaper than other countries. Movie theater and convenience supermarket included.
With more than 250 shops, Vincom Center is Ho Chi Minh City’s biggest shopping mall – so big in fact, that they have separated it into two separate buildings just across the street from each other. There are also some convenient restaurants and cafes serving food from most regions including many…
This is a luxury shopping mall with several high-end brand. You also enjoy walking around center park here.
As a big shopping mall in the center, district 1. You can buy clothes with different brands from all around the world. Easy to go- easy to buy!
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