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I never like to visit prison. Honestly, I don't like the feeling of being in prison. So that was the first time I visited a prison in Phu Quoc. The tour guide said that it was a must-see place in Phu Quoc. When we were...More
Whilst I believe we should never forget the atrocities of war, I found this a rather macabre place to visit. It was part of a day tour so I went in. Wasn't long before I just felt sad and sickened at what people can do...More
What can I say about this very interesting prison!? I cannot begin to tell you how interesting it was and it all started with the plethora of life-size mannequins in every building depicting the different forms of torture that were used from the south on...More
visited her as part of a day trip and found it very interesting. only a short visit but found out alot of information about something that happened not so long ago really. Want to read up on the history now.
This is not an easy exhibition to handle. There are some pretty gruesome descriptions and displays which make for difficult viewing.
The cruelty dealt out within these grounds was astounding both as a prison, and then later as a POW camp.
It was very hot...More
You will see tiger cages in which prisoners were kept, different ways of torturing and also a tunnel prisoners dug to escape the prison. However, you don’t need more than 30 minutes to see everything. We combined our visit here with the Hon Thom Cable...More
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Fingernails island was nice, but the beach area very small and also small area for snorkeling. Gam Ghi Island is much better for snorkeling. Did not visit Pagada, but coconut prison you can visit on your own... More
Fingernails island was nice, but the beach area very small and also small area for snorkeling. Gam Ghi Island is much better for snorkeling. Did not visit Pagada, but coconut prison you can visit on your own and it is free entrance.