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Traffic At A Saigon Intersection, Vietnam

By , 8 April 2011

Traffic At A Saigon Intersection, Vietnam

Take a look at the everyday traffic of a typical intersection in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), Vietnam. The result of the 2009 Census shows that the city's population was 7,162,864 people, about 8.34% of the total population of Vietnam, making it the highest population-concentrated city in the country.

Traffic At A Saigon Intersection, Vietnam

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Traffic At A Saigon Intersection, Vietnam

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Comment posted by: Shirley, 4 years ago

If the traffic would always be as we see in this video I think it certainly would be better for us, but unfortunately things aren't as we hope.

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