It's really attractive here. Someone recommended this place to us, but no one in the hotel where we stayed seemed to know this place. But there was no problem. We showed the taxi driver the address and the taxi took us there. As others have said, you first watch a short video, and then you can get a private visit. This building is very special. Originally built in Hanoi, it has now been shipped to Ho Chi Minh City. Our guide is great. She spent a long time explaining everything here and answering our questions. She also asked us some questions to make everything interactive. She asked us to put on costumes, pretend to be grinding medicine, pretending to be doctors and patients. I know it sounds a bit boring, but it's really interesting. As a comparative perspective of Western medicine, this is really interesting. It is highly recommended to visit here. Moreover, almost all of them can be visited for free by tourists.
This is a traditional Chinese medicine museum, which may be a bit boring. The tour guide speaks English very well and has a sense of humor, which makes the tour very interesting. This museum is located in a traditional Vietnamese old house, so take time to look at the building. There are many ornate wood carvings on the doors and walls, and finally there is a small shop to buy some tea and medicine.
This is a medical museum. In particular, Vietnamese medicine has been passed down from China to Vietnam in the 6th century through several generations of famous doctors. It is highly respected by the royal family, and the exhibits are even more precious today.
From the outside, it looks like any other building, but once you continue you will find it is in a different time zone. The interior of this museum is decorated with lovely woodwork from different periods and has the most beautiful balcony garden I have ever seen. Simple in nature, but unique.
The museum is relatively backward in the early morning. There are not too many people. The exhibits here are not very interesting. I will not want to go the second time after I have been there. Many things come from domestic sources.