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To be honest before visiting here i did not think that i was going to see Ho Chi Minh's actual preserved body in a glass casket, i thought it would be a sort of closed tomb.
However the surroundings were so interesting, being able to...More
This was very exciting especially to see his body so perfectly preserved wow.
The only problem with such long line ups which move very fast you don’t have more than a few seconds to observe this great man.
Look upon the face of Uncle Ho Chi Minh, a major player in the history of 20th century. The leader who beat the mighty U.S.A. Propaganda? Maybe, or maybe not.
Early morning I stood in line for over an hour waiting to enter the mausoleum....More
I lived in Europe during the iron curtain times when people lined to buy basics in the Eastern European countries. I was always fascinated about why people wanted to see Lenin tomb despite their daily straggles. So I was biased when I visit Ho Chi...More
We visited here as part of a tour and throughly enjoyed the experience. While the actual mausoleum where Ho chi min has been laid to rest is interesting, even more interesting is the rest of the complex showing how and where he lived and the...More
Get there early as it closes at 11.30am. Ignore the line up, as it moves very quickly. We were shocked, and at the same time awe inspired, to see that it is effectively an open casket where you can see the real Ho Chi Minh....More
As someone that studies leadership and helps others develop their leadership skills I had to come here as a mark of respect.
It is a great way to end the day. The gardens are cool, well kept and quite serene given the rest of the...More