Landmark 81 Sky View

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

About Landmark 81 Sky View In Ho Chi Minh City

Landmark 81 Sky View in Saigon is a notable attraction, offering visitors panoramic views of the city from its observation decks on the 79th, 80th, and 81st floors. This tallest building in Vietnam is part of a larger complex that includes hotels, serviced apartments, commercial spaces, and an array of leisure facilities. Visitors can experience unique activities on each floor of the observation deck, from enjoying a coffee in the cloud chairs on the 79th floor to engaging in a thrilling virtual reality game that simulates a parachute jump from the top of the building on the 80th floor. The 81st floor features an open-air terrace, allowing for an unobstructed view of Ho Chi Minh City from above. For a comprehensive experience, Landmark 81 also houses a variety of dining options, shopping centers, and an ice rink, making it a versatile destination that combines luxury, entertainment, and spectacular city views.

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Landmark 81 Sky View Reviews

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Vinewood King
Visiting Landmark 81 in Ho Chi Minh City was an amazing experience! As the tallest building in Vietnam, it offers incredible views of the entire city. From the observation deck, you get a 360-degree view of the busy streets, the Saigon River, and the city skyline.The ride up in the high-speed elevator was smooth and exciting. Once we reached the top, the observation deck was spacious and modern, making it easy to enjoy the views from every angle. There were also interactive displays and guides that taught us more about the city’s landmarks and history.We had a fantastic meal at one of the restaurants in Landmark 81. The food was delicious, and the atmosphere was great, with stunning views to enjoy while dining.The staff were very friendly and professional. They made sure we had a great time and were always ready to help with any questions.If you're visiting Ho Chi Minh City, you should definitely check out Landmark 81. Whether you’re there for the views, the food, or just to experience the tallest building in Vietnam, it’s a place you won’t forget!
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Dhanesh Vengasseril
Tallest building in Vietnam located in District 1 . View from top is unreal. We took so many pictures from here ..if you want to spend some time here need to order coffee or any drinks which costs some amount..Service and ambience were good 👍.
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Landmark 81, situated in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, stands as a testament to architectural prowess and modern luxury. Soaring 461 meters into the skyline, this skyscraper holds the title of the tallest building in Southeast Asia. The exterior's sleek design, characterized by a glass facade and a spiraling pattern, exudes contemporary elegance.Upon entering, visitors are greeted by a grand atrium adorned with opulent details. The observation deck on the 79th floor offers breathtaking panoramic views of the city, creating a captivating experience. The interior spaces seamlessly blend sophistication and functionality, featuring high-end amenities such as premium restaurants, shopping outlets, and a state-of-the-art gym.Landmark 81 also houses luxurious residences, providing an exclusive living experience for those seeking a high-end urban lifestyle. The attention to detail in both design and services reflects a commitment to excellence. The Sky Deck, an outdoor platform on the 81st floor, adds an adventurous touch to the experience, allowing visitors to admire the cityscape in an open-air setting.While Landmark 81 caters to those with a taste for luxury, it's not merely a symbol of affluence. The tower contributes to the city's skyline, becoming a cultural landmark and a source of pride for locals. Its impact extends beyond aesthetics, symbolizing Vietnam's rapid economic development and global connectivity. In essence, Landmark 81 transcends its physical stature, embodying a fusion of architectural brilliance, upscale living, and societal significance.
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Spencer Paw
One has to buy an expensive ticket in order to access the top of the building (about 31-32 SGD). However, once I went up there, I almost immediately felt it was worth every penny. The wide open views are absolutely breathtaking, especially if you go during sunset!The ticket includes a drink (very limited options - we loved the watermelon juice), a printed green screen photograph, access to an outside viewing platform (it feels safe, with very high glass partitions, but they still make you wear a safety harness for this), and a VR game where you jump off the building. Stand on the narrow raised strip for the full experience!
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Nika Moeini
This is a fun experience overall that will give you a lovely sunset view, photo souvenir, and drink included for 540,000 per person. When you enter from where the grab comes, enter the mall and find the escalator, go downstairs and to the left to get a ticket to go up. You go in and take your photo first, then go up to floor 79. This is where you can get your coffee or juice included in your ticket. You then walk up stairs and there’s another photo spot until eventually going to floor 81 where on the ground is marked the “best sunset spot”. Up here there is also an open air deck and you can get up close to the window while wearing a harness. There are bathrooms on each floor. Also on the 80th and 79th floors there are restaurants. They are set menu courses however and you will need to do a per person menu starting at 250k per person. There are no vegetarian menus so we didn’t try them. But it’s a cool place to eat. If you found this helpful make sure to like the review and follow me for more SEA travel tips and reviews @nika.moeini :)