After we arrived at the Museum of Ho Chi Minh City, it was Nga who received us and explained to us the whole process. She was friendly and kind and we liked it very much. She really loves Uncle Hu. While improving her English, she also brought us a passionate journey. I am very happy to learn about Vietnam’s history and Vietnam’s national heroes from the inside out. highly recommended. I have been passing by here but never thought of going to see it, but it is actually great, very interesting to read the history of Vietnam and Saigon, and see the past here. It's nice to see photos at the wedding party, but they blocked the stairs for 20 minutes. The bride looks really beautiful. It only takes 90-120 minutes to finish the sights. There is also a beautiful garden behind.
There are many museums in Ho Chi Minh City. This city museum just passed by, took a picture outside the railing and did not go in for a visit. It was once an important political center of the Vietnamese regime. Now it is a museum showing the history of the Vietnamese people’s heroes resisting foreign aggression. It is worth a visit to learn about Vietnamese history!
There are still a lot of people who go there, but the notes above are all in Vietnamese, almost no English, so I can only look at the exhibits; maybe I am not very interested in humanities, and I think it’s a bit general, and many things are modern. It is worth seeing the history of Vietnam!
With a combination of Chinese and Western architecture, the scale of the museum is not large, but there are various exhibition areas arranged according to time, so that visitors can visit to understand the history. The entrance of the museum and the entrance of the zoo and plant park are at the same place, but the museum buys tickets in it. The ticket office at the entrance is worth a visit!
The main building is great, all kinds of exquisite sculptures perfectly present the essence of European architecture. It's just that the display inside is really average. Ho Chi Minh is considered a city with a history anyway, but I didn't expect the museum collection to be so simple. Here you can learn about Vietnamese history.
Preston_Dominguez: 65 Ly Tu Trong, Ben Nghe ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City 70000, Vietnam
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Central Post Office,Pham Ngu Lao Street,Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon,Ho Chi Minh City Hall,Reunification Palace