The Ho Chi Minh City Opera House, was built in 1897 by French architect Eugene Ferret. The theater includes 800 seats and was once used as the Lower House of the South Vietnamese Parliament after 1956.
The Ho Chi Minh City Opera House carries the unique characteristics of architect Felix Olivier. With its special architecture, heavily influenced by the Gothic style popular in France at the end of the 19th century, the theater in Saigon has architectural features similar to the Hanoi Opera House.
The Ho Chi Minh City Opera House is not only a venue for organizing large art stage programs, but also an interesting tourist destination, attracting visitors.
If you visit the Ho Chi Minh City Opera House, you will admire the special architecture of the theater, enjoy diverse and high-quality art programs, from musicals, dance dramas, operas, ballets to music programs, conferences, and events.