Well curated and provides interesting information about their people and culture. Do the outdoor first then indoor if the weather is too hot.
About Vietnam Museum of Ethnology
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This is a staged museum that shows how the Vietnamees lived over the centuries. It was okey, but really just a place to walk around and stretch your legs. It was part of our tour, or I'd probably have skipped it.
This is the most interesting museum in town, especially for those who have no chance to visit Sapa. There are 2 parts: indoor with many objects about culture and tradition of the minorities group. Outdoor is a lovely garden with different architecture of houses. This...More
There are 2 parts to the museum. The conventional section is housed in multiple floors as you enter through the main gates from the road. The open air section surrounds the main museum at the back and sides. We enjoyed the open air section a...More
If you are interested in the variety of tribes and people of Vietnam this museum is a must. It is very well organised. The part I preferred is the outdoor with the original houses of the different tribes.
This is an educational and pleasant experience you have out door and air conditioning. Some of the buildings are interesting and in some remote places of Vietnam still the same as in the museum.
This was part of our tour and I wasn't particularly excited about going. How wrong can you be?! Really enjoyed it and it answered lots of questions for me about Vietnam. Would recommend this museum as an interesting insight into the different people of Vietnam.
You must see this if nothing else. The outdoor houses are absolutely stunning and give you a marvellous feel for how various ethnic groups live. The costumes are absolutely stunning; so much colour, and so are the musical instruments.
I am very interested in Vietnamese tribes and spent 4 hours in this museum, stopping in some coffee places while and my friend who discovered there first the country loved it as well. Those 4 h was not enough for us and we will come...More