Where in the World (358)

I thought last week’s distorted image would present a challenge. It was not to be as I left the sign that clearly stated where the scene was. The sails placed the city somewhere in Asia and are part of a floating restaurant named Elisa. I deliberately left this writing as it was as it helps identify, with a little help from search engines, the city.

Clearly written behind the floating restaurant is a sign saying Saigon Port. So, obviously, the city must be Saigon in Vietnam or to give it its current name, Ho Chi Minh City. Both are acceptable.

Congratulations to Todd (@toddunctious), Atul (@pixodentist), Jackie (@jackiesjourneys) and Tim (@timofnewbury) who all identified the city correctly as Saigon or Ho Chi Minh City with or without the help of the sign left in.

This week’s distorted image will not present so much of a challenge as last week’s was meant to do. Both images feature a sunset but that’s where the similarity ends.

This week features an iconic structure of the city to be identified. Good luck.

Leave your answers in the comments below or on my Twitter feed (@lethers) with the hashtag #WITW358. If you are on Twitter then you can Direct Message me with the answer which will be hidden from other readers. Please don’t forget to use the hashtag #WITW358. It makes finding the answers in a continually changing Twitter feed so much easier; your answer is less likely to be overlooked.

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