Check out our locals recommended list of top climbing gyms in Ho Chi Minh City. These provide the best facilities for an enjoyable climbing experience of yours!
188/1 Nguyen Van Huong, Thao Dien, District 2
10 AM - 10 PM Tuesday to Sunday (Closed on Monday)
Colorful rocks at Push Climbing
Top features: 15-meter climbing wall (tallest in Saigon), 30 routes catering to all levels (beginner to expert), auto-belay devices, 2 spacious bouldering areas (bouldering: climbing without ropes and harnesses).
Locals’ reviews: excellent service with a generous capacity, friendly and accommodating staff, and full supplies of necessary equipment. Family-friendly, children-friendly. However, if you go in groups of 8 and above, you should book in advance (rather than walk-ins) to avoid the wait because this place is frequently in high demand.
Prices: Hour Pass - VND 150,000; Full Day Pass - VND 200,000. An extra charge of VND 50,000 for a full set of equipment (climbing shoes, harness, chalk bag)
It’s also a child-friendly climbing gym
The rest area at Push Climbing, nice and lovely, serving food and drinks
789D So 1 Binh An, District 2
TUE - FRI 1 PM to 10 PM
SAT - SUN 9 AM to 9 PM
Top features: wholly dedicated to bouldering; climbing surface of 100 sq meters, the 4.5-meter wall including slab, vertical, overhang and cave. Climbing classes. Frequent events, including those for kids.
Check out their website for more details.
Desirable space and facilities at Vertical Academy
Top features: Spacious, various facilities, fascinating wall art. Also children friendly, suitable for families. Plus, it’s a gym and fitness center that features Muay Thai classes, Boxing and Kickboxing, in case you fancy these.
Check out their website for contact details and more pictures.
Coaches at MMAGYM instructing a young boy on how to climb
Great wall art is another plus at MMAGYM
This list was updated on 29th December 2018. We notice that some famous climbing gyms in Ho Chi Minh City like X-Rock Climbing and X-Rock Mountain (at Phan Dinh Phung Sports Center, District 3) are recommended in this list, but as checked on their website, these climbing gyms have been closed for business since 2017. So make sure to contact the gym before going
The above climbing gyms in Ho Chi Minh City will bring you a fun experience to remember in Vietnam. Don’t forget to contact them before coming to confirm their address, opening hours, and book in advance to avoid waiting.
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