The official tourism website for Ho Chi Minh City

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Boutique Art - B.A Furniture
97 Xuan Thuy, D2 08 6278 9318 828
Happy Valley, D7 08 6674 9193 info@boutique-art.com.vn boutique-art.com.vn

Minh Phuong Fine Art & Handcraft
40 Phung Khac Khoan, D1 08 3824 7689 info@minhphuongart.com minhphuongart.com Phuong Nam Lacquerware
219 Nguyen Trai, D1 08 3837 0434 sales@phuongnam.com phuongnam.com

Y Lan Sand Painting
393/21 Binh Quoi, Binh Thanh D 08 3556 2934 hailan393@yahoo.com tranhcatylan.com.vn

Sai Gon Carpet - SAGOCA
64A Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, D1 08 3827 4903 sagoca@saigoncarpet.com saigoncarpet.com.vn
27/7 Lacquerware 1
53 Xo Viet Nghe Tinh, Binh Thanh D office@27-7.com.vn 27-7.com.vn
52/5 Duong Cong Khi, Hoc Mon 08 3840 8210

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Lacquer Painting

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XQ Vietnam are known as the masters of embroidery. Their hand-embroidered art is truly fantastic. Created by skilled local craftsmen, the sepieces make great gifts for Vietnamese people, and a meaningful souvenir for international visitors.