1. Located in the center of Bating Square; 2. Closed on Monday, Friday, but freer close-range photography than other times; 3. Other normal opening days, only 9 to 11 a.m. open, you have to walk 1 kilometer around an entrance closer to the "Ho Chi Minh Museum", security checking bags, not any drinks and lighters, but remember to bring your wallet, and then follow. Continue to queue up and walk slowly for 1 kilometer (in principle, no photography can be taken, of course, no one can take pictures secretly) to really enter the memorial hall; 4. Ho Chi Minh Memorial Hall is heavily guarded, there are many guards, the body is quietly lying in the crystal coffin, it seems only asleep (as Chairman Mao Memorial Hall); 5. The whole journey was free before, but after the outflow of people, it is the Governor's Palace (also). Now Vietnam's Central Leadership Office and the Ho Chi Minh Museum, so as foreigners, we will start to buy tickets, 40,000 dong, about 11 yuan, of course, you can choose not to visit, bypass the main entrance of the Ho Chi Minh Museum to pick up bags, and those who choose to continue to visit the Ho Chi Minh Museum can directly pick up bags at the entrance after visiting the Ho Chi Minh Museum.
참으로 미국에 만행이 들어나는 나라가 힘이 없으면 힘들다고 생각합니다
Visiting the Ho Chi Minh Memorial Hall, a great man who devoted himself to the country and the people. Pure, simple and diligent. When a person lives with altruistic attitude, his life has tended to infinite perfection. This is beyond national boundaries, beyond time and space, or is it worth visiting?
Walk around and finish President Ho Chi Minh's former residence and presidential residence in an hour
Like the Forbidden City, the chairman's crystal coffin is placed for the public and tourists to look at. They can't use cameras, dress too casually, eat and drink too freely, and don't take with them. The environment is more serious, the lights are dimmer. They just follow the crowd slowly and have the privilege of seeing soldiers handing over their duties.
Ho Chi Minh Memorial Hall is situated in Bating Square, which is located in the center of Hanoi. It is open to the public only in the morning every day. During the queue, a row of Vietnamese children stood beside them. It can be seen that they visited the city in an organized way to strengthen patriotic education.
Saigon, the last place occupied by the Vietnamese Communist Party, was the capital of South Vietnam. After the occupation, the beautiful building of the French company was converted into a Ho Chi Minh Memorial. It contains the remains of Mr. Hu's life and an introduction to the revolutionary process. Take a look when you have time to be interested.
The Ho Chi Minh Memorial is almost idyllic. It's just beside the river. The garden is very good. There are benches to support a pleasant picnic. There is a changing Exhibition on the first floor. The basement has been closed. The children's area on the third floor is open. Ho Chi Minh and his exhibitions in life are everywhere.