As a history buff, I love going to places like this. I've been to a number of homes kept up as museums. This is the first one in which one can sit in the chairs and touch most of the items on display. You can also have your picture taken in Bao Dai's car. The bad side of this is human contact can help decay the items. Carpet is frayed with spots on the wood floor. As a poor government, Vietnam cannot afford the costs of preserving such a site. Go see this when your in Dalat. It may not be in good condition for future generations.
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