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The memorial site is a 20 min ride from Quang Ngai. Entrance is 20,000 VND.
As of October 8, 2018, the Google Maps location for Son My Memorial is WRONG.
To get there, look for Son My Vestige Site, that will get you to the...More
One of the ABSOLUTELY WANTED visits of our private travel programme to Vietnam was the Son My (My Lai) massacre memorial... Vietnamese side claims 504 victims, American side only admits 347 victims in one of many horrible massacres of civilians committed during Vietnam war... The...More
It doesn't matter if you are historian or you are just familliar with some facts, this is a place that people traveling to central Vietnam should see.It is a place where one of the worse episodes in human history happened and should never happened again....More
My partner and I decided instead of taking a tour to “Son My Memorial” we should go on our own, that way we could really spend as much time there as we needed to gain a full understanding of what happened there and really put...More
The museum and memorial are in the same grounds and it’s an absolute must, when visiting the area. You walk around where a part of the massacre took place and info plaques offer some clues of the horrors that took place. The museum provides ample...More
Go see for yourself. If ever the USA should be brought before the Human Rights Courts, its for this. Over 400 women and children massacred by American soldiers......and the dead and living have never seen any justice. The babies were shot in their mother's arms!!!!!...More
The site is really well done, even though it is disturbing. The memorial is tastefully done, with paths throughout the area where one can contemplate and pray. We visited on the 49th anniversary. The day was hot and sunny, just like the day of the...More
This is the actual site of the My Lai Massacre that occurred in 1968 during the Vietnam War. The site has been recreated in concrete to how it was on the day of the massacre. I am an Australian Vietnam Veteran and it was of...More