Interesting history and achitecture. I would highly recommend anyone to go see the Reunification Hall!
About The Independence Palace
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A few tanks left on the grounds, nice Palace to walk though, gave an in site to the war from the government side, good to walk through the underground bunker.
Opens at 10m. Tickets 40,000 vnd so very cheap. When you enter you enter the grounds of the palace which are vast and beautiful. Great opportunity for a photo in front of the fountain. The palace has stairs or a lift you can use as...More
We visited the palace with our 2 teenage daughters. The place is amazing with the history of the palace during the Vietnam war. The architecture is amazing and the furnishings are pretty much left as they were in 70's. A must see if you are...More
A great place to visit. Reminded me of gracelands in Memphis . Everything left as it was in 1975 when the tanks rolled in. A decor blast from the past
The one thing I'd recommend for this place would be to get a good guide. There are plaques that have information but I feel the best bits came from our guide. Some really cool things to see in here and quite lavish. Don't forget the...More
Iconic part of town that is worth spending an hour or two in. Set in a great location and easily accessible. Not necessarily a great place for children which were in abundance during my visit. All explained in Vietnamese, English and French.
A good place to visit if you have extra time though it is different from War Remnants Museum but I like War Remnants Museum more. Entrance fee cost 20,000 VND and opens at 1 in the afternoon.
Enjoyed our visit to the Independence Palace. I believe our experience was enhanced as we had a guide who told us interesting stories about each room. Very interesting down in the bunker and everything has been so well preserved. The reasons behind the architectural design...More