Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam uses several six-digit postal codes, with the first two digits ranging from 70 to 76. The exact postal code used depends on the address. The city's local Vietnam Post can assist people with finding the necessary postal code.
Ho Chi Minh City is located in southeast Vietnam, near the Mekong Delta. The city was originally called Saigon, and it was the capital of South Vietnam during its time as a French colony and as a independent country. At the end of the Vietnam War in 1975, the city was renamed Ho Chi Minh City by the Communist party, and the country's capital was moved to Hanoi. As of 2014, Ho Chi Minh City is the largest city in Vietnam.