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This is, or was, a beautiful art deco building set in what looks to have been lovely gardens. It seems to have been frozen in time, with little work done to preserve the building or its contents. Given the political positions of the relevant parties...More
This palace is all open to the public and was great to see. The design, the furniture and the building are very unique and worth seeing. Like a lot of the tourist destination sights in Vietnam it is a bit shabby but you can still...More
The palace is a good learning experience about the last Vietnam's emperor Bao Dai. You actually get to go inside the palace and see some of the antiques that he had like things on his desk, tea sets and kitchenware etc. You can check out...More
We went at the wrong time as we arrived alongside several large coaches of tourists. It was jam packed and uncomfortable to get from room to room in this modest home. Not sure how to avoid this phenomena as it seems to happen often here...More
The previous royal residential of the last emperor legend in Vietnamese history version,
to gain more enjoyment, it would be better if we have prepared some Vietnamese monarchy historical prerequisite information background that had happened during that particular period.
this place has been promoted for...More