Our city tour took us and the guide was good to explain most things. There's an entrance fee, usually included in the tour price. I am a history fan but my wife was more interested in understand what colours/ cloths / food different ethnic groups used, so it was interesting to her too. Another couple from Malaysia in our tour (we were the only 4 in the tour) also enjoyed, they found many similar tribal things and vibed with the displays there. There are very informational videos going on, I wanted to watch more but the tour guide was pushing us forward, I think would be best if you reach there yourself, keep half a day, watch the videos and walk slowly around, you'd understand more. Many artifacts have captions / explanations in English, so you don't have to wonder what each is. There's a wide variety of things from history of Vietnam, life and times of the different ( 40-50 ) ethnic / tribal people from all over, if you're starting your Vietnam tour from Hanoi, it would be best to start from here, you'd enjoy the country with more perspective, I wish we had done that instead of starting from Saigon. It's a colourful display of many things, would recommend about 2-3 hours and can stretch easily to half a day. The restaurant looked deserted, tour guide said not good (probably motivated to take us elsewhere),
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