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Tan Son Nhat International Airport (SGN)

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (VN)

IATA CodeSGNICAO CodeVVTS
FAA CodePhone
FaxLatitude10.8188
Longitude106.6520004Time ZoneAsia/Ho_Chi_Minh (GMT +7:00)
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Runway 110000 ftRunway 212468 ft
NOVOTEL SAIGON CENTRE
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NOVOTEL SAIGON CENTRE

3.81 miles away from airport

SOFITEL SAIGON PLAZA
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SOFITEL SAIGON PLAZA

4.19 miles away from airport

Asiana Saigon
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Asiana Saigon

4.21 miles away from airport

Asiana Saigon Residences
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Asiana Saigon Residences

4.22 miles away from airport

PULLMAN SAIGON CENTRE
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PULLMAN SAIGON CENTRE

4.63 miles away from airport

Renaissance Riverside Hotel Saigon
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Renaissance Riverside Hotel Saigon

4.8 miles away from airport

IBIS SAIGON SOUTH
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IBIS SAIGON SOUTH

7.78 miles away from airport

Ho Chi Minh City Airport
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Ho Chi Minh City Airport

0.01 miles away from airport

Ho Chi Minh Tan Phu District
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Ho Chi Minh Tan Phu District

1.92 miles away from airport

Ho Chi Minh City Centre
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Ho Chi Minh City Centre

1.97 miles away from airport

Ho Chi Minh City Downtown
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Ho Chi Minh City Downtown

4.71 miles away from airport

Ho Chi Minh (tan Son Nhat Intl.) (sgn)

Flights from Tan Son Nhat International Airport to

Tan Son Nhat International Airport Destinations List

This list shows the 53 locations you can fly from Tan Son Nhat International Airport airport

Destination IATA Airlines Flying Route
Singapore Changi InternationalSINJetstar Asia Airways, Lion Mentari Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Tiger Airways, Vietnam Airlines
Nanning WuxuNNGSichuan Airlines
Ninoy Aquino InternationalMNLCebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Vietnam Airlines
Narita InternationalNRTAmerican Airlines, Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Vietnam Airlines
Taichung Ching Chuang KangRMQMandarin Airlines
Charles de Gaulle InternationalCDGAir France, Alitalia, Vietnam Airlines
Kuala Lumpur InternationalKULAirAsia, Malaysia Airlines, Vietnam Airlines
Frankfurt am Main InternationalFRAAlitalia, Vietnam Airlines
Kaohsiung InternationalKHHUni Air, China Airlines, Vietnam Airlines
Buon Ma ThuotBMVJetstar Pacific, Royal Air Cambodge, Vietnam Airlines
Cam RanhCXRJetstar Pacific, Royal Air Cambodge, Vietnam Airlines
Da Nang InternationalDADJetstar Pacific, Royal Air Cambodge, Vietnam Airlines
Noi Bai InternationalHANJetstar Pacific, Royal Air Cambodge, Vietnam Airlines
Cat Bi InternationalHPHJetstar Pacific, Royal Air Cambodge, Vietnam Airlines
Phu QuocPQCJetstar Pacific, Royal Air Cambodge, Vietnam Airlines
VinhVIIJetstar Pacific, Royal Air Cambodge, Vietnam Airlines
Taiwan Taoyuan InternationalTPEEVA Air, China Airlines, Vietnam Airlines
Beijing Capital InternationalPEKAir China
Hong Kong International Kai TakHKGCathay Pacific, Hong Kong Airlines, United Airlines, Vietnam Airlines
Guangzhou Baiyun InternationalCANChina Southern Airlines, Vietnam Airlines
Dubai InternationalDXBEmirates
Abu Dhabi InternationalAUHEtihad Airways, Vietnam Airlines
Don Mueang InternationalDMKThai AirAsia
FukuokaFUKJapan Airlines, Vietnam Airlines
Tokyo InternationalHNDJapan Airlines
Kansai InternationalKIXJapan Airlines, Vietnam Airlines
Phnom Penh InternationalPNHCambodia Angkor Air (K6), Qatar Airways, Vietnam Airlines
Angkor InternationalREPCambodia Angkor Air (K6), Vietnam Airlines
AlmatyALAAir Astana
Incheon InternationalICNKorean Air, Asiana Airlines, Vietnam Airlines
Gimhae InternationalPUSKorean Air, Vietnam Airlines
Shanghai Pudong InternationalPVGChina Eastern Airlines, Vietnam Airlines
Melbourne InternationalMELQantas, Vietnam Airlines
Sydney Kingsford Smith InternationalSYDQantas, Vietnam Airlines
Doha InternationalDOHQatar Airways
Pakse InternationalPKZLao Airlines
Sheremetyevo InternationalSVOAeroflot Russian Airlines
SuvarnabhumiBKKThai Airways International, Turkish Airlines, Royal Air Cambodge, Vietnam Airlines
Domodedovo InternationalDMETransaero Airlines, Vietnam Airlines
Lien KhuongDLIRoyal Air Cambodge, Vietnam Airlines
Phu BaiHUIRoyal Air Cambodge, Vietnam Airlines
Phu CatUIHRoyal Air Cambodge, Vietnam Airlines
Cà MauCAHVietnam Airlines
Soekarno-Hatta InternationalCGKVietnam Airlines
Fuzhou Changle InternationalFOCVietnam Airlines
Chubu Centrair InternationalNGOVietnam Airlines
PleikuPXUVietnam Airlines
Yangon InternationalRGNVietnam Airlines
Dong TacTBBVietnam Airlines
Chu Lai InternationalVCLVietnam Airlines
Co OngVCSVietnam Airlines
Dong HoiVDHVietnam Airlines
Rach GiaVKGVietnam Airlines

Tan Son Nhat International Airport Destinations Map

Tan Son Nhat International Airport Reviews (18)

Average User Rating

Rose Nguyen, July 3, 2014 at 8:03 am

In 2014, taxi will cost around 100.000đ = US$5.00 to go to the center. If arrived and need a cab, turn right and go up to second floor by elevator for a faster cab. You don’t have to wait so long anymore. Taxi brands signed a contract with the airport so you won’t meet crab taxi anymore. Two famous brands are: Vinasun taxi and MaiLinh taxi.

Michael Tay, February 25, 2014 at 1:31 pm

Why is it the Vietnam Authorities take no action against corrupted custom officers despite so many complaints of corrruption in this website and allow corruption act to continue

Corrupted Security And Customs At SGN Airport

Zai Cm, June 12, 2013 at 8:43 pm

Every time I visited HCMC my worst fear were the customs and the security personnel at luggage screening room. They made our life difficult just because they wanted money from us, visitors. For no reasons our luggage being inspected and they demanded money in order to release the luggage. They threatened to keep our luggage if we don’t give them money. The airport management authorities did not do anything to stop corruption; what a shame.

Why Do They Hate Our Luggage?!

Andrew Andrew, May 17, 2013 at 5:33 pm

Me, my wife and friends go to wonderful Vietnam on holidays rather often, every time we arrive at this airport. The building is quite comfortable and modern, and the staff is always very friendly and polite. We appreciate everything except one unpleasant fact. Every time when we see our luggage after the flight, I want to cry: "Hey, do your loaders play football using our bags?!" There is an impression that the loaders do their best to destroy tourists’ luggage. For example, our last suitcase was broken, and the handle was just torn out. I have no intention to investigate, if airport loaders hate their job on the whole or just passengers’ bags and suitcases, I would like to let other people know. Remember: do not take your favourite bag or new bag if you’re going to arrive at this airport, otherwise you have great risk to get broken down (as your luggage indeed). I would highly recommend chief staff to search for a competent person able to establish order in this area of the airport. Our best regards to all other airport personnel.

Horrible Service And Corrupt Officials

Laurie Nguyen, January 9, 2013 at 10:00 pm

What a shame! Vietnam is such a beautiful country but I may not return because of the people at the SGN airport:- 1. rude, uncivilized behavior toward us 2. officials looked for bribes and hassled us for how much money we have, despite us telling them that we’ve read their guidelines and have less than the specified amount. 3. I’ve been to many airports who welcome you upon arrival. At SGN, I wanted to flee the country before entering. It seems that this is an experience that many of my fellow travellers of Vietnamese descent endured. Please do not condone their behavior. They’re bullies. Write down their names and report them after safely leaving the country. Do not give them any bribe money, even if they ask!

Tan Son Nhat Custom Employee

Ty Tran, January 8, 2013 at 10:34 pm

After 35 years I finally decided to visit my motherland. I have heard many horrible stories from frequent travellers about Vietnam Customs giving you a hard time if you don’t give them money. Well, I have experienced both entering and leaving the country but the worst is exiting the country. All I had was my carry-on, a video camera and cell phone. A Custom officer asked if I have any money in my wallet or luggage? I said to myself none of your business. I can’t believe what I just heard!!! If this is a 1st world country, this employee will get fired. He checked my wallet all I have is $100cad. I told him that is all I have so he let me go. Now I’m back in Ho Chi Minh I really want to stand up to these bullies but I don’t want to miss my flight what should I do?

Worst Airport - Scammers

Stephen Nguyen, December 3, 2012 at 11:57 pm

I hate visiting Vietnam because of all the BRIBERY that goes on when you arrive and leave Vietnam Ho Chi Ming Airport. Even though you have nothing for them to get you on they still want money! They need to reform the whole organization and get rid of all their custom and airport employees as this is a HORRIBLE PRACTICE for their tourism industry. I don’t care if they make me wait an hour on the side. I will not give them a single penny! STOP giving them money and we won’t have this problem – crazy people.

Next Time Pay Attention to the Worker

Julian Hoang, September 9, 2012 at 11:49 am

I arrived at the airport fine and dandy. However, the workers lack professionalism and common courtesy and kept on talking what they were doing after work that night. Worst. They criticized the incoming passenger appearance, their language skills and etc. "How can someone of Vietnamese origin not speak Vietnamese, what am embarrassment", she said that to herself assuming I didn’t understand a lick of Vietnamese. My briefcase was opened, checked, broken and 10% of the items went missing. I flew with Jeju air from Korea to Vietnam, the Korean worker treated me very well. The Vietnamese counterpart – oh dear, I want to throw my dirty shoes at them.

Clean And Neat Airport

Harun Budak, July 25, 2012 at 3:28 pm

I flew from Stockholm through Doha, Qatar to Saigon without any trouble. The airport is bold, clean and neat. Just enough, no more or no less. I travelled by myself to meet up my pal who came one day earlier than me and I didn’t have to pay someone at customs or bribe anyone to enter the country. One guy only asked me "how long are you going to stay", that’s it. Never enjoyed the duty free though but I flew domestic to Phu Quoc. Also, I liked the stuffed turtles and rolled, frozen snakes at the counters. Real treat, different from what I’m used to.

Beware Of Airport Customs Police

Nancy Duong, October 1, 2011 at 12:52 am

Lock Your Luggage

David Nguyen, June 9, 2011 at 3:09 pm

It has never happened to me until two days ago (6/08/11). When I got home, I found out that my 2 pairs of Nike shoes are gone. Sigh…the people who work at this airport, would steal, rob or strangle everybody as much as possible if they could. Now I know they would steal whatever on their sight. Come on! Used shoes, what are you going to do with them? I feel so disgust to find this out. So, people, if you go through this airport, please lock your luggage and pack your nice stuff out of their sight. This sucks.

Nicer Than Before

Thieu Tran, May 21, 2009 at 1:50 pm

The airport is a decent one with the new terminal. For those who whine about having to hand out money to get in and out. STOP WHINING!!! They are nice enough to ask for your money. In India and Russia, they don’t ask you. They rob you. You don’t want to go back in the near future? Make it forever! We can live without whiners.

Airport Taxi

Tom Vanle, April 20, 2009 at 3:52 am

Watch out the taxi driver’s gross demand, if you arrive at night. A driver asked me US $20.00 for a trip to my hotel, in the center of the City. On my way back to the airport, a hotel employee arranged a taxi for me and cost only US $6.00

Come Ealy, Come Prepare $$$

Tom T, February 20, 2009 at 6:41 am

I’m Vietnamese-American, just came back here on Feb 19/09. Have I been through Hell and come back? Yes. It’s that kind of feeling after I passed custom there without giving them some money. I had not have any problems in my enter since I put some money in my passport, but it’s totally opposite when I left without giving them some money. Guess what? They will only do this with Vietnamese.

An Emotion Of A Vietnamese-american At Tan Son Nhat

T T, February 10, 2009 at 8:58 am

My nick name is TT, a Vietnamese-American, had come back to Vietnam for the Lunar New Year of 2009 and returned to the USA on Feb 04,2009. When I checked in my luggage (10 boxes of a group of 5 people), I was informed that mine needed to be double-checked; then was ordered to come into the scanned- room. My friends and I went in and the officer there asked my friends to leave the room and signaled me for money (I thought this practice long gone). To avoid hassle with opening and repackaging those boxes (most of them food) I gave him 300,000 VND; he looked at me and said that it’s too little compared to my stuffs. I was so angry and ashamed with "my people", but of course I cannot denied his request. After my "payment" was made, every thing was going smoothly. I got out of that room speechless and kept on wondering myself "is that policy applied only to Vietnamese-Americans or to all people who pass by Tan Son Nhat and want to get out of the airport with a peaceful mind?" What an international airport it is! I don’t think I will come back for another visit in the near future since I don’t want to experience the same thing again. I need time to forget and regain my pride and respect for my people and country. Poor my Vietnamese and Vietnam!

Tan Son Nhat - Sai Gon

Paul Lujanac, December 23, 2008 at 5:43 am

Nice open airport. Customs were very efficient and all luggage arrived quickly. Far better than my experiences elsewhere. I’ts a great city now known as Ho Chi Minh; low expenses and great food.

Tan Son Nhat International

A T, December 2, 2008 at 7:53 am

Saigon Airport by night

Tips

Hans Dingerdis, April 14, 2006 at 5:39 am

Hints and tips: try to be early at the immigration desks as it takes a long time to have your passport checked. On your flight you will get a ‘Arrival and Departure’ form. Please have it ready. After passing the customs you can have some money changed at the foreign exchange office. Take care you take a official taxi with a meter. It will cost at about 70.000 vnd to go to the center.

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