Cannot say enough good things about it. Information on the many ethnic tribes living in Vietnam and their cultures, clothes, etc.
The outdoor exhibits showing different ethic minority living quarters are very interesting. Good place to stroll around and learn about the tribal groups in Vietnam.
A not too biased view of the results of the American War on Vietnam as seen from their perspective. Well worth a visit, at least its open more than 8 hours a day, not like the Ho Chi Min Monument.
The museum is an outdoor museum with an excellent explanation of the way of life in earlier days. Visitors will be interested in the unique "homes" and burial traditions of the time.
in the Tet festival in the museum, i had chances to play many traditional games of ethnic people, listen to Muong people share about their real life and enjoy very interesting stories. Each time i come to the museum, i find something new and kind of strange. House models and the way they build the house are really impressive. in... More
This museum is very interesting and informative about the 54 ethnic minority groups which have been identified in Vietnam. Our guide's family are from one of the tribes and this made our visit particularly interesting. We spent 2 hours there.
The museum is just huge and interesting but you may get lost with so much information if you do not have a Vietnamese tourist guide. The guide will help you to focus on the most interesting things of the museum the same tine you get a wider and perhaps most interesting overview of Vietnam's multicultural society
Very interesting with modern displays of ethnic minorities. The model houses outside were also interesting
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