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On the day that we visited the mausoleum was closed, so there was probably less people around than usual.
Inside the palace area are the buildings that were used by Ho Chi Minh, when he was president of Vietnam. There is a garage, which stores...More
We stumbled across this sight when it reopened for the afternoon (things tend to stop in Hanoi from late morning until about 2pm) and were excited to get closer to the Presidential building and surrounding sights (including a house on stilts and lake packed with...More
We visited this complex as part of our tour of Vietnam, excellent guide Thao introduced us to Hi Chi Min’s character and role through the visit to his living quarters. We skipped the Mausoleum on the day because of the extensive queue, and we didn’t...More
Effectively, in case you're a minimum of remotely interested in Vietnamese history, you most likely ought to spend HCM residence a visit. It's close to the HCM mausoleum, therefore your journey here should be quite fruitful. From the preserved format of the rooms of his,...More
Presidential Palace is very close to the Ho Chi minh mausoleum you can just see the presidential palace from outside as the entry is prohibited I just a few photos from outside as I couldn't get in there was security guards around the building is...More
After the mausoleum and the museum closed on the day I wanted to visit it, I just visited this landmark. Here you can relax and enjoy the beautiful garden, Uncle Ho's old cars and buildings! Well suited to spend a quiet hour!
I actually liked the tour. It brought many insights into the lifestyle of the male. Nicely done attraction. The simplicity of the home he lived in, plus a description of the lake/pond, was extremely exciting. I'd recommend a friendly and talkative tour guide initially Hanoi...More