Unfortunately, again Ho Chi Minh City museum are a bit disappointing! The building is marvellous as well the history behind it (Franco-China residence) and we managed to use the lift (the first lift i...
We got here a bit too late so didn’t have enough time to browse through all the art works. The museum has 3 floors and focuses on artworks especially of Vietnamese culture/people. The architecture its...
The Saigon Museum is located a kilometre away from the church. Ho Chi Minh is always lush, even during the winter. There was a boy who fell asleep under one of the trees. If you visit the Museum, I recommend trying the sugar cane juice that is sold at its gate. It is made with a little lemon and is very delicious. There is a water puppet theatre in the museum and decided to watch the show. The tickets are pretty cheap compared to those available in Hanoi. The story is basically the same as the one in Hanoi. It is a story of a big cat catching a duck hiding in a tree.
It is always a curious teenager, and the art gallery can also enjoy it.
The Ho Chi Minh City Art Museum, also known as the Saigon Art Museum, was built in the early 20th century and features French architecture.
Ho Chi Minh City Museum of Fine Arts, most of the paintings are modern works of art, some of which also cover war and humanities. The stairs are made of wooden structure, and the windows of the whole building are carved stained glass, revealing a French taste.
The Ho Chi Minh City Art Museum is a bright yellow building built during the French colonial period in the early 20th century. The museum is a three-storey building designed by Vietnamese and French designers, so the style is both Vietnamese and French. After the liberation of Vietnam in 1975, it was nationalized and then established as an art museum in 1987. It was officially opened to the public in 1991 and is currently one of Vietnam’s national museums. The museum is like a small haven. It even has a coffee shop where you can order a latte and enjoy it in the beautiful environment.
The Saigon Art Museum was remodeled from a commercial building built in the early 20th century. The building is bright yellow and its appearance is very attractive. The theme structure of the museum consists of three floors. The first floor displays the works of local and international contemporary artists. The second floor gallery displays the contemporary works of the collection, including some sketches and sculptures from the colonial period. The exhibition displays works of a longer age, and the basement also has collectibles.
Art Gallery exhibits a variety of different styles of paintings, furniture, porcelain, sculptures and other works of art, if you are careful, even the stained glass and floor tiles are worth careful. For tourists who dont know much about art, the beauty of the building itself is another point of appreciation. If you are still in a state of sloppiness because of the heat of Saigon, the contrast between yellow and blue will make you feel full of energy immediately.