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Reunification Palace



Reunification Palace has stayed in the mind of many generations of not only Vietnamese but also foreigners. It is known as the famous historical witness which passed through the two fierce wars against the French and American colonists. The palace was built on the site of the former Norodom Palace, a landmark in Ho Chi Minh City and designed by architect Ngo Viet Thu.  The building is deeply associated with the fall of Saigon in 1975, yet it's the overblown kitsch detailing and period motifs that steal the show.

Was Remnants museum



Was Remnants museum comprises several collections of plane, tank, bomb and bomber using during the war between Vietnam and America, and a range of other exhibits involved of the same topic. Since 2002, the War Remnants Museum is new construction to a comprehensive modernization activities. Currently building new content display, extend the period of the French invasion of Japan and the postwar period.

Notre Dame Cathedral




The Cathedral of Notre - Dame of Ho Chi Minh City Constructed by the French in the 1800s, the Notre Dame Cathedral in Ho Chi Minh City appears strangely out of place with its Gothic and Roman-style architecture. Crowned with two campaigns within two bell towers, located at 58 meters.

Saigon Central Post Office



Together with the Notre Dame Cathedral, Saigon Central Post Office is iconic buildings, tourist attractions as much for its architecture as its history. Saigon Central Post Office is the post office building at the centre of Ho Chi Minh City, District 1. It's no doubt the biggest post office in Vietnam and is an important commercial center of Ho Chi Minh City

City hall



It was completed in 1908, once being known as the "Hotel de Ville”,  with French influence. It remains as one of the most stunning colonial monuments especially when floodlit at night. Although city hall is not open to the public, it still is worth hunting it down to have a look at the beautiful architecture.
In front of the building is a large statue of Uncle Ho himself, seated, teaching a Vietnamese child.

Cu chi tunnels



Cu chi tunnels is the vast network of underground tunnels from the 1940s, expanded by guerrilla Viet Cong forces during the American War. The tunnels were hiding places as well as communication and supply routes, hospitals and living quarters

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