The buildings and gardens are wellkept and nice. Interesting facts and look at this leader house and way of living. They want you to cover up but I saw lots of sleeveless ladies. But take something just incase.
About Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum
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The founder of modern Vietnam Ho Chi Minh's bod is preserved here but in September October records say body removed to russia for maintenance and reembalming but hte guide said no more, it is handled by Vietnam doctors. You can visit his house as well...More
Worth the visit. Many interesting building and history. Shows how he lived, worked and relaxed. Includes the palace, bomb shelter, small house on the lake and many more facilities. One Pillar Pagoda on site also. Guarded by military with guard changing ceremonies on the hour....More
A very interesting piece of architecture set in a very green area with lots of space. Quite fascinating really just to stand and look. Late evening the honour guard march out and bring down the flag in front of the monument.
Very regimented, you need to expect to be shepherded around in long lines, you need to show respect, no noise, the Vietnamese take this very seriously Father Ho Is ok course revered by his nation. I would suggest however that to most foreigners it just...More
The Mausoleum is set near a small lake and gardens where Ho Chi Minh lived. His 2 homes are there in a peaceful setting. Lovely to see the tranquil green gardens in contrast to Hanoi's constant hustle and bustle.