The Ho Chi Minh City Art Museum is a bright yellow building built during the French colonial period in the early 20th century. The museum is a three-storey building designed by Vietnamese and French designers, so the style is both Vietnamese and French. After the liberation of Vietnam in 1975, it was nationalized and then established as an art museum in 1987. It was officially opened to the public in 1991 and is currently one of Vietnam’s national museums. The museum is like a small haven. It even has a coffee shop where you can order a latte and enjoy it in the beautiful environment.