This is well worth the visit, just for the history involved. It was built as a Presidential Palace. It was built in 1865 on the grounds of Norodom Palace as a residence for the French Governor. But is most known as the historic site where the Vietnam war ended. The building and grounds are very well maintained. We bought the standard ticket that allows you into certain areas like the grand reception, meeting rooms, banquet area, situation room, the bunker, etc. They have various photos on the walls showing the history of Vietnam. You can pay a little more and do a full tour of the Palace with a tour guide. You can also walk around the outside area of the Palace. In the back there are huge trees with an enormous root system. Very beautiful. They also have a small outside Cafe where you can sit and relax with a drink. At the time we sat down to relax there was live music with a small group of musicians. Very nice. If you are in Ho Chi Minh city, then this is a must stop on the cultural and historical tour!!
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