Bảo Tàng Chứng Tích Chiến Tranh (War Remnants Museum) (Bảo tàng Chứng tích Chiến tranh)

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28 Võ Văn Tần, Phường 6, Quận 3
Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh,
+84 8 3930 6325
History Museum
Mon–Sun: 7:30 AM–Noon

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  • The tanks and fighter planes out front will send testosterone down your spine. However that enthusiasm will quell when you step inside. The impact of war on the people. The horror. The horror.
  • The taxis outside the museum are all ripoff taxis. Only use vinasun and mailinh taxi.
  • very sad place
  • Very impactful - war crimes, napalm, agent orange and birth defect photos. Visitors can be moved to tears or vomit, literally.
  • The war photographs on the 2nd level are worth more than the ticket price. Incredible stuff.
  • Must visit. Don't miss level 2 where photos shot by war photo journalists are- many died in the process. Also see impact of orange agent.15k dong. Set aside 1.5 hrs. War planes & chinook on display.
  • History and the vietnamese perspective of war. It is difficult to stand in front of it without feeling sad, very harsh moments and picture that represent a truth.
  • They close from noon to 1:30 pm each day. Get in early and finish your by noon of Ho after 1:30 so you don't have to return to finish your.
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  • You'll need 2-3 hrs to properly visit and see all 3 levels, lots to see, any believe its only 0.75$ an entry for so much history and information. Great site
  • Interesting
  • The museum of Vietnam-American War without censorship. There're a lot of photos of war's victims.
  • First: viet dong killed muslim champa. Second : usa kill viet. Talk abt karma. But what ever religion or believe you, war always turned out bad to everyone.
  • Agent orange sideeffects is still seen all over the vietnam...
  • A big photo gallery with the main focus on the terrifying side on the Vietnam war. Not for the faint-hearted, if you try to feel the terror behind every single photo. Also a decent expo of machinery.
  • Vietnama giden herkes burayi grmeli bence.o dnemde olan herseyi mzede gryorsunuz.
  • Great documentary about the war in Vietnam. Worth the ticket price of 15k dong.
  • Shocking, amazing, full of emotion. It's a must.
  • Not for the faint of heart. The images are very graphic.
  • Don't take taxis outside the museum. They are fake ones and will rip you off. Got charged 500 000 for 1 km ride...