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My partner & I paid USD40 or VND944,000 each for a Hanoi Day City Tour & Ba Dinh Square was our 1st stop. The tour guide had picked us up from the Hotel at 9:30 am after breakfast. We were the 2nd passenger in a...More
This is the huge square fronting the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. Ho Chi Minh read the Proclamation of Independence here in 1945. There is a daily flag raising ceremony at 6 am in the morning. A tourist attraction, hordes of tourist visit daily.
This is a huge square that contains Ho Chi Minh"s mausoleum.the One Pillar Pagoda and the presidential palace.The gardens are very well kept with a huge flagpole in the center,lots to see and do in this area.
As the main square in the capital, Binh Da Square is certainly impressive.
Every morning at preciously 6am, there is a flag raising ceremony in the square just in front of the Mausoleum building itself. A great atmosphere on a summer’s morning in the 30...More
We visited this square as part of our tour of the country and to see the House of Assembly and the Ho Chi Min Mausoleum. The square itself is pedestrianised and very large, and easy to get around, although there isn't a lot of information...More
We visited the mausoleum, Presidential Palace and the grounds with Ho Chi Minh's house on stilts and found the whole square really interesting. The changing of the guard at the mausoleum happened while we were there, which was quite the spectacle, similar to the on...More
In this square you will find the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, the One Pillar Pagoda and the Presidential Palace. It is a huge open space. There is also a flag raising and lowering ceremony but not much else.
It is historical since Ho Chi Minh...More
The scale of the square is an ideal setting for a number of significant buildings. To one side is Ho Chi Minh's (HCM) mausoleum (stark, forbidding and powerful), to the other is the National Assembly building and then at the far end is the classic...More