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The evening started with our hotel hailing a 'legitimate' taxi for us. He drove us to the Pan Pacific Hotel which was not easy to access, requiring a VERY interesting U-turn on causeway! The Summit Bar is THE PLACE to view Hanoi from on high....More
its a very, big and clean and green square. in the afternoon I found many people are walking and running here. but entering here was not very easy, u need to follow a prescribed way for security check. the square is big and nice. the...More
In our opinion, a visit to Hanoi is not complete without visiting this area. This is also the spot where Ho Chi Minh declared independence from french colonial rule on Sep 1945. It is easy to spend a couple of hours visiting all the sights,...More
Directly in front of Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is the large open space named Ba Dinh Square, it is here on second day of September 1945 that Ho Chi Minh read the Vietnam Independence Declaration. Today the square remains a political and cultural hub for...More
It was here Uncle Ho (Ho Chi Minh) declared independence of Vietnam in 1945. There are a lot of important buildings around this square. Most important being the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. Others are Presidential Palace, Ho Chi Minh's house on stilts, One Pillar Pagoda...More
My partner & I paid USD40 or VND944,000 each for a Hanoi Day City Tour & Ba Dinh Square was our 1st stop. The tour guide had picked us up from the Hotel at 9:30 am after breakfast. We were the 2nd passenger in a...More
This is the huge square fronting the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. Ho Chi Minh read the Proclamation of Independence here in 1945. There is a daily flag raising ceremony at 6 am in the morning. A tourist attraction, hordes of tourist visit daily.
This is a huge square that contains Ho Chi Minh"s mausoleum.the One Pillar Pagoda and the presidential palace.The gardens are very well kept with a huge flagpole in the center,lots to see and do in this area.