If you take a ride along the Hanoi Highway in District 2, it’s impossible not to notice this incredible apartment complex, a majestic structure of concrete, steel and glass. Composed of 4 towers from 41 to 45 stories high, they have lying at their feet the gigantic Vincom Mega Mall.
It’s the Masteri Thao Dien, a project started in 2014 and completed in 2016. Strategically built at the heart of district 2 and offering unparalleled views of Ho Chi Minh City and the meandering Saigon river, the Masteri Is the perfection of luxury.
Why Do We Love It?
Aside from a great location, the Masteri Thao Dien offers a perfect synergy between a modern and vibrant lifestyle with the calm and serenity one needs in their home. With a constant breeze coming from the river, landscaping that combines nature and modern facilities, it’s truly one of the nicest places to live in Saigon.
Apartment and serviced apartment area vary from 45 m2 to 90 m2 (respectively 1-3 bedrooms). Duplex and Penthouses are also available.
The Masteri Thao Dien complex will also be connected directly to the No. 7 station (An Phu station) of the Ben Thanh – Suoi Tien metro line when it is completed. Residents will only spend 7 minutes to get to the Ben Thanh market without being worried about traffic problems or bad weather.
Everything You Need
The amenities available are a modern gym center, 24/7 supermarkets, a community living room, an indoor children’s entertainment area. Residents have access to a Business Center which is equipped with wifi, meeting rooms. Each building is equipped with 10 high-speed elevators, located in a central location for easy access by all.
The Vincom Mega Mall is right at your feet. It’s big, it’s modern and you will find a lot of luxury boutiques and fashion stores. The food court spans two floors. There is a huge supermarket, A BHD Cineplex theater and even an ice rink.
The Benefits of Living in District 2
Located on the opposite side of the Saigon River from District 1, District 2 is the place where the rich, famous, and politically connected of Saigon reside. Its narrow streets are occasionally blocked by a parked Porsche Cayenne and many ornate gates protect sumptuous villas that serve as a refuge for many European families.
The various restaurants and cafés in the area reflect that. They offer countless styles of cuisine. Most have gardens and some greenery, like Mekong Merchant. You will find also some nice and exclusive markets as well as many art galleries like The Factory Contemporary Arts Center. And while the area has started to churn out lots of upscale apartment complexes, international schools and bars, the neighborhood still retains a laidback and slow-paced life with a great sense of community. The streets are much quieter here than in the city center.
It’s a great area for shopping, where you will find many contemporary boutiques offering quality wares aimed at a savvy, international crowd. On Xuan Thuy street, children’s and women’s fashion boutiques rub with refined furniture stores, a mix of locally owned and foreign-run businesses. Trail off into Thao Dien and Le Van Mien Streets for more of the same.
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