The Fine Arts Museum is a hidden architectural gem among the frantic development surrounding Ho Chi Minh City, comfortably seating up to 80 pax. It is now considered one of Destination Asia Vietnam’s most popular venues for smaller incentive programs in Saigon. Originally a private mansion to Saigon’s wealthiest man during the French period of the 1920s, the building today is home to a collection of Vietnam’s finest art. Its intimate courtyard is surrounded by four walls of French shuttered windows and alcoves, making it the ideal setting for a fine dining experience by incorporating the elegance of both French and Vietnamese cultural history.
Located just 5 minutes from Saigon’s central hotels, the Fine Arts Museum can be arranged in a colonial or banquet theme throughout the year, with five-star company catering or hotel catering options available.
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