Hotel Location

Where Japanese Culture Meets Saigon Soul 

Silverland Sakyo’s location on the corner of Le Thanh Ton and Ngo Van Nam places it at a literal and cultural crossroads. The immutable Vietnamese spirit of the former and the distinctive Japanese charm of the latter come together at the heart of ‘Little Tokyo’, Saigon’s vibrant Japanese quarter.

Silverland Sakyo places you right at the center of Saigon, a perfect base for a business or leisure stay. Local and international dining options abound and the city’s best shopping is mere steps away. Saigon’s rich history and culture also awaits. Iconic landmarks such as Ben Thanh Market and Notre-Dame Cathedral are all within comfortable walking distance.

As darkness falls, the side streets surrounding Sakyo come alive in a beguiling kaleidoscope of neon signs advertising sushi, sake and every Japanese taste the heart could desire. Forget yourself a moment, and you are whisked away to the alleys of Tokyo, Yokohama or Osaka. Then turn a corner, and you are right back in the center of Saigon.


Ben Thanh Market 1km
Night Market 1km
Post Office & Notre Dame Cathedral 600m
Reunification Palace 800m
War Remnants Museum 2km
Opera House 800m
Saigon River 300m
Cu Chi Tunnels 70km



Tan Son Nhat International Airport 7km


Gemadept Tower 50m
Lim Tower 100m
Green Power Tower 300m
Saigon Trade Center 400m
Vincom Center 500m
Petro Tower 500m
Sunwah 1km
Bitexco Tower 1km






  • I enjoyed staying 2 nights with my friend here. The staff welcomed me with cool drinks during check-in which was very nice. The hotel offered me early check-in kindly, and that was really nice service since I was very tired of red eye flight. I also liked the tasty breakfast which has mix of American and Vietnam food.

    From Ellie_in_Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
  • We booked the larger room for 3 pax. Stepping into the lobby was like entering an oasis from the bustle outside. Nice deco, Japanese touches. Same for the room. We loved how big it was, perfect for 3. Comfy beds, even the extra mattress.

    From shiqahstix