The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum Complex is an important place of pilgrimage for many Vietnamese. A traffic-free area of botanical gardens , monuments, memorials and pagodas, it’s usually crowded with groups of Vietnamese who come from far and wide to pay their respects to ‘Uncle Ho’. Within the complex are Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, Ho Chi Minh’s Stilt House and the Presidential Palace, Ho Chi Minh Museum and the One Pillar Pagoda.
Get at the square arround 9pm! Guards will take flage down, and if you are lucky, sometimes they will fold it into flower shape! ^^ Worth to see, if you like stuff like this! At 6am they rise the flag
MUST VISIT: Never miss this impressive structure when visiting Hanoi! The queue towards Ho Chi Minh's embalmed body is long but it will only take you less than an hour to pass through the plaza.
Ho Chi Minh isnt there for three months a year. Check before visiting. If he isnt there go at night, really nice when it is lit. Located near lots of other sites.
El mausoleo fabricado con mármol extraído de uno de los refugios del Viet Cong en las montañas de Da Nang. En su interior los restos embalsamados del padre del Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh.
Best to visit in the afternoon, just before it closes at 4pm.This way you can stay behind, have a snack at the stalls nearby or stroll at the park and wait for the wonderful display lights of the bldg
Show your respect to the Vietnam leader and dress properly and come in time as the tomb closes before 11am. Must see when you're in Hanoi!
The 2nd floor doesn't have English descriptions and is a little sparse. However, the 3rd floor has an amazing surrealistic display that is far more interesting than that of the Hanoi Fine Arts Museum
Make sure your knees and shoulders are covered, or they won’t let you into the square. Same as in temple, so always a good idea to carry a scarf for “emergency” cover ups.
A good choice to pay respect to the man who made Vietnam possible. The whole process is very systematic and easy to follow.
One of the main attractions. It is a shame that you're not allowed inside without having booked a tour way in advance.