Ho Chi Minh City, formerly Siagon, is the largest city in Vietnam and has about 9 million residents, most of whom ride motorbikes or scooters; During rush hour the roads are crazy busy which is great for enjoying the spectacle of it all but not so good if you want to cross the road.

While in town we visited the War Remnants Museum to learn a little more about the Vietnam way. Its a good museum, lots of photographs and a lot of reading required, some of the exhibits are quite upsetting, especially the one dealing with the use and legacy of Agent Orange during the war.

InĀ evening we went to a sky-bar to get great views across the city at night.