To be honest I became a little bored with the top floor which displays all the different costumes worn by the 54 ethnic minorities of Vietnam. That's not to say it wasn't interesting but it was just too much. We went down to the next floor not expecting too much and were absolutely blown away by the exhibition of the Vietnamese women's contributions during what they (rightly) call The American War. Amazing personal histories of wonderfully brave, stalwart women. Just DO NOT miss it.
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