When you plan to visit this place, be sure to confirm the date and time with the locals. It is closed twice a week, and the time you can visit is limited. Please dress appropriately and avoid shorts and sleeveless clothing, which is safer. Large bags, etc. are not allowed to be carried, and the mobile phone must be turned off, and no photos can be taken inside. This mausoleum is located on a vast land, surrounded by many scenic spots, like a pagoda. When we approached the mausoleum, we got goose bumps and we were very disappointed because they did not allow any tourists to approach for some reason. The worst part is that this is our last day in Hanoi, so we missed meeting the president, but we are happy to at least reach the door. An English-speaking and knowledgeable tour guide can help tourists quickly explore this vast land. This is a must visit place!
A place with a certain political significance, if you are not interested in politics, you don’t need to choose this place to visit. There is no scenery and art, but it has a certain historical significance.
Guanyin Temple is said to have a long history in Ho Chi Minh City and is a cultural relic. The temple itself is not big, and you can visit it soon. It is said that the incense here is very prosperous, and indeed many locals come to worship.
Ho Chi Minh’s body is kept in a glass coffin in the central hall, guarded by the military guard of honor.
The locals also like to come here to worship Guanyin. The Vietnamese believe in Guanyin just like us. There is also a Guanyin Temple, which also protects safety and gives off children. Like the country, this is also one of the most popular temples in Ho Chi Minh. Built in the early 19th century, it is also one of the most prosperous Buddhist temples in Vietnam. You can visit it if you have time. It is worth a visit.