Independence Palace is a popular Historical Relic in Ho Chi Minh City and visited by many foreign and domestic tourists. This place has also been used for the Government’s meetings and receptions. The construction was begun in 1962 and completed in 1966. In 1975, the consultative conference for the national reunification was held in the Independence Palace to discuss issues involved in reunifying the North and South Vietnam.
Located opposite the Independence Palace, one of HCMC's top visitor attractions, Quan An Ngon 138 appeals easily to tourists and local people alike in its unique concept: presenting the diversity of Vietnamese cuisine from different regions in a village market style.