BITEXCO Financial Tower Helipad

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Comments (12)

Thanh Nguyen Tran on January 3, 2013

Nicely-captured. Like Krgs, nguyentran

John Lee on January 3, 2013

Thank you nguyentran.

Thank you.

With warm regards, happy new year.

john, in Singapore.

Baycrest on January 9, 2013

Interesting design!

John Lee on January 10, 2013

Hi Baycrest.

I went up the the observation floor, which is one floor below the helipad.

Interesting design.

Thanks for your visit.


Baycrest on January 13, 2013

I see, can vistors climb up to that helipad?

John Lee on January 14, 2013

Hi Baycrest:

I asked the same question. The answer from the officer there was NO. May be the way to go to that Helipad is to arrive in the building in a helicopter. Ha ha ha.

Have a nice day.


Baycrest on January 14, 2013

Or by a parachute :P

John Lee on January 15, 2013


♫ Swissmay 2 on February 2, 2013

Interesting creation, John! There seem to be no technical limits for executing ideas. L

Best regards, May

John Lee on February 3, 2013

Agree, May.

Architects and engineers can do wonders.

We went up to the observation floor and restaurant which is one floor below the helipad. Foodies nothing to celebrate about, but the view was fantastic.

HCMC or Saigon is another city to visit, add to your list.


P.S. we are going to explore Switzerland in April. Traveling with my toy (camera) is wonderful.

Baycrest on February 8, 2013

Switzerland is a super nice place to visit! Have you planned the route yet?

John Lee on February 9, 2013

Hi Baycrest.

I am still working on the detail. Expect to see several places in about ten days visit.

Wish you Happy and Prosperous Luna New Year. Gong Xi Fa Cai.


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  • Uploaded on January 2, 2013
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    by John Lee
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