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Went early in the morning at around 8am.
Queue is already Super Long. The queue was orderly but moving slow.
Cameras and video cameras will need to be put into a red bag provided and deposited at the counter near the entrance.
The bags will...More
You can stand in line and walk through the mausoleum and see the old man still there resting in peace. Afterwards if you leave immediately you do not even need to pay. The only fee is associated with seeing the presidential grounds and historic house...More
Maybe one of the best Symbols of the communists in Hanoi and in entire Vietnam . It shows the great respect the people have to their most important leader. The best place is outside the the building where you can see all the soldiers. This...More
Tried the first day to visit and were sent around the block when a clear pathway to the mausoleum lay in from of us. Crossed forearms said no entry yet not a single sign said so. Next day we went 2 hours earlier than opening...More
A strict and sombre visiting experience with a lengthy walk through the complex before you see the remains of Vietnam’s national hero. Fortunately it wasn’t crowded when we visited, (around 9.00) apparently you should avoid it first thing and it closes at 11.00 am
A must visit place in Hanoi without which your trip to Vietnam is incomplete. One must learn from Vietnamese how to respect a leader who crossed all the barriers to instill nationalistic feelings among the local populace.Opened for tourists for limited duration and one has...More
This is almost like Lenin Mausoleum in Kremlin, in design and style. Even the rules are same. The queue will be pretty long but it moves very quickly. Well, seeing Uncle Ho is an experience for any one in his/her sixties and was keenly watching...More
The queue/line may go down the road, around the corner and down another street, but don't be put off. It moves very quickly.
Visiting Uncle Ho is a bit macabre but sharing the whole experience with thousands of Vietnamese is fascinating and well worth doing....More