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You have to walk through a number of narrow Vietnamese lanes or use a bike taxi or Tuk Tuk to reach this place. The lake has shrunk over the years but in that remains the greatest Memorial to the Vietnam War. The downed B 52...More
I read previous reviews so was realistic about my expectations. Located in a residential area off the beaten track and amongst homes this place brings the war to the forefront of your mind. The crew who probably died and the people defending their city. The...More
I'm glad we've seen it, and it is striking within the pond it is in, however with nothing to read at the site it does leave it a little unexplained... I almost felt it was trying for simplistic, but instead seemed a bit neglected.
It was interesting to go by this place and see an old chunk of a B52. We stopped and had some coffee at the B52 Cafe which is located next to the “pond.” It had a lot of motorcycle traffic passing through, but it was...More
Interesting to visit. Of course, typical Communist propaganda one sided view in all descriptions. They don't mention that these B-52's severely bombed Hanoi to peace talks. The Communist could only put up with so many bombs. It took several bombing to convince the Communist.
Now generally known as B52 Lake, Huu Tiep is a tranquil, sleepy backwater. It’s a small lake, surrounded by traditional, French colonial houses and well worth a visit, as it really brings home the reality of war.
The water is still and calm now, but...More