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I love museums. My wife puts up with me, I think, on some of these visits. Sometimes she learns something she didn't know, or fills me in on additional information (or translates some of the plaques or writings). No matter what, I feel enriched by...More
This museum is a must visit on a trip to Vietnam. You will virtually feel the war which had taken place between USA & Vietnam. It shows how the innocent Vietnamese people suffered. Also there are displays of abandoned tanks, helicopters of US Army.
This is a good enough museum for a visit, but I would not recommend planning a visit specially for it; only if it is around the vicinity of other things you'd like to see. Some somewhat interesting artefacts housed in a gorgeous colonial building. The...More
Disjoined exhibits - very little meaningful narrative and most of the artefacts are a little off-beat. Didn't even really hit the 'quirky' mark - just seemed tired. We were in and out in 20 minutes....
This museum explains the history and culture of Ho Chi Minh city and surrounding area. It also has an interesting history having been previously known as Gia Long Palace and the Southern Governor's residence.The first floor has artefacts from the independence struggle and Vietnam War....More
Better just to come for admiring the architecture here as the museum and its contents are terrible. More of the same in terms of propaganda, and revised history. It's unfortunate that a country which has seen so much war could so utterly botch the entire...More
Hi Guys, Need your reco in HCMC for 4D3N with 4A1C. I have previously been to Hanoi and Halong Bay (Love Halong Bay but hate the ride) For HCMC, these are the places that I have plan for visiting. However, I am not good with HCMC and need advice on the time needed to spare for each place. Thus, require some kind soul to do up the route based on 4D3N. War Remnants Museum, Mekong, Cu Chi tunnels, Ben Thanh Market, Bitexco Financial Tower, Cao Dai Temple, Emperor Jade Pagoda, Ho Chi...More
September 03, 2016|
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Maps are available from most hotels and they are also easy to find on Google maps. There are many sites in dist 1 within walking distance of each other.