We paid 40,000 vnd per ticket to visit this complex. You get a little booklet. You have to go through security. There are good clean toilets on site. You don’t go in the palace. There are 3 old cars he used. The best part is...More
About Ho Chi Minh Presidential Palace Historical Site
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The Ho Chi Minh Presidential Palace is a lovely building from the outside. It sits behind the Ho Chi Minh Tomb.
There are plenty of things to see about how Uncle Ho lived here. The displays are well preserved. You can see his dwelling, office, the vehicles he rode. Carry some light snacks and water with you.
We were moving through the grounds and saw it through the trees as it is not open to the public. The guide informed us that Ho Chi Minh himself preferred to live in the smaller, spartan quarters off to the side even though he received...More
Very interesting to see the french palace and the modest house of Ho Chi Minh one next to the other. The garden all around is very nice. Pictures and written explanations about Ho Chi Minh and Vietnam's history in late period of time are interesting...More
A manoir buit by the french for its governon to rule Indochine today converted in a palace for reception, during some year residence of historical leader Ho Chi Min, though le lived in a much more modest house within the complex of the presidential palace
This attraction is much more meaningful than the mausoleum. It shows you how a man who brought great changes to his country lived and worked - in simplicity. He wanted to be cremated and his ashes scattered, and would have been appalled at the mausoleum,...More
Good place to visit on a nice day since it all outdoors. We happened here after visiting the Ho Chi Minh Museum. Both attractions were worthwhile.
We were lucky to have a guide that was a former history teacher. The story of Ho Chi Min is interesting and not at all what I expected.