The continuous increase of fuel price lately in Vietnam has triggered a butterfly effect to the prices of other commodities. While large supermarkets and malls in Ho Chi Minh City are striving to stabilize the prices of the displayed goods within their budget, retailers do not have that luxury. During this chaotic time, end-users have become the most vulnerable.
Recently, the ‘Food tour Hai Phong’ has become a keyword searched by many young people, especially those living and working in the Northern City of Hai Phong. Therefore, young people in Ho Chi Minh City are awaiting a similar food tour in HCMC.
Today evening, many dwellers in Ho Chi Minh City flocked to entertainment parks and commercial centers to experience the last day of the holiday on the occasion of April 30 and May 1, despite the heavy rain. Additionally, eateries were packed with diners.
Through two years implementation of the program “Dwellers in Ho Chi Minh City say no to dropping litter in streets and canal for a clean city”, more than 1.3 million residents pledged not to throw garbage, said Deputy Chairwoman of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Phan Kieu Thanh Huong.
The most remarkable feature of this year’s Tet holiday ( the Lunar New Year) in Ho Chi Minh City is that authorities, sectors, benefactors and all walks of life have joined hand to bring a loving Tet to disadvantaged people.
In the national holidays of Reunification Day and May Day, city inhabitants from all corners flocked to amusement parks, commercial centers and supermarkets to buy commodities and avoid scorching heat, causing traffic jam somewhere.