We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
I spent about 9 days in Vietnam earlier this year. My first visit there. While I am old enough to be a Vietnam veteran I did not serve there. I found Vietnam to be a very welcoming and dynamic society with a bustling economy. From...More
If you at all interested in history, this is a great place to visit. You can walk over bridge that connected North & South Vietnam. There is a white line on the bridge that shows where the division was. You can have one foot in...More
visited the Hien Luong bridge area parking at the north end. There are a couple of visitor centers there and some impressive monuments. One of the visitor centers is dedicated to the period when the DMZ was established in between the French leaving and the...More
Walk over the bridge that connected North & South Vietnam, visit the museum, and picture what this area was like during the war. Our guide pointed out that the fields currently full of rice patties used to be littered with bomb craters. It was almost...More
The DMZ was a short and nice place to visit to learn about aspects of the war. Whilst it’s no longer a DMZ there is a signing hut worth for a quick peek, a small museum as other reviewers have stated across the road towards...More
Definitely a place to stop, take some time to walk the bridge and the river which was separating North & South Vietnam.
Spot the mark in the middle of the bridge and notice the 2 different colors used
A nice museum on the "north" side,...More
My favourite monument in all our travels.
We were on an 8-day Easy Rider trip and our guide kept saying he wanted to show us the statue of the 'Crying Mother' which was an intriguing thought. The name is very apt. This monument represents those...More
If you are a young Vietnamese growing up after the war, Hien Luong bridge over Ben Hai river is really worth visit. The DMZ marks 21 year separation of the South and the North (1954 - 1975), which is still seen as the blue painted...More