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Nothing special

Nothing special, only interesting for tourists who want to make pictures with historical costumes... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
steelriver2014
,
Munich, Germany
via mobile
Two halls, very different ...

There are two Mandarian Halls, one on each side as you walk into the complex. The one on your left... read more

Reviewed 17 February 2017
Bryan H
,
Portland, Oregon
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2 weeks ago
“Nothing special ”
17 Feb 2017
“Two halls, very different ...”
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Hue, Vietnam
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Nothing special, only interesting for tourists who want to make pictures with historical costumes. Nothing for me.

Thank steelriver2014
Reviewed 17 February 2017

There are two Mandarian Halls, one on each side as you walk into the complex. The one on your left has a souvenir shop, and a place where you can dress up in traditional costume and have your photograph taken. The one on the right...More

Thank Bryan H
Reviewed 24 November 2016

Here you can actually pay to dress up and get your photo taken. Ok building somewhat simple. Overall not bad.

Thank JimmyJackk
Reviewed 16 March 2015

One of the better parts of the Imperial City. It has been nicely restored and worth the visit and a few minutes of contemplation..

Thank William K
Reviewed 24 January 2015

This review is quite late. The Halls of the Mandarins can be found in one of the buildings inside the Forbidden Purple City. The paintings on the walls are very old but still recognizable. We had lots of fun taking photos of ourselves in royal...More

3  Thank pinoytraveller2
Reviewed 12 October 2013

Of course, souvenirs business took a part of this, but othervise is nice example of adaptation traditional concepts to western influences which just started to penetrate vietnamese establishment in time of construction

1  Thank Borys B
Reviewed 16 August 2013 via mobile

Beautifully restored hall in a light shade of blue. Pop in for a photo by the throne and to admire the restoration work done here.

Thank RoamingRuss
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