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Reviewed 5 April 2018

They have little busses and Tuk Tuks if you do not want to walk. the grounds go on and on...and it is Hot and humid. But it was interesting and worth the effort.

Thank Susan S
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Reviewed 5 April 2018 via mobile

You just have to see the old citadel where the last of the Vietnamese emperors ruled from. Make sure to get all around within the walls, as there are many attractions besides the center.

Thank Malte S
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Reviewed 5 April 2018 via mobile

This citadel is beautiful and is well worth the visit. Fascinating to learn about its history and use.

At this time of year, it was warm, but there were some breezy areas that helped keep us cool. Seats and benches throughout, many shaded by the structure overhead. Toilets available.

Thank oak2wn
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Reviewed 5 April 2018 via mobile

This place is definitely worth the visit. Allow yourself at least 2h. The most beautiful site to see is on the right hand side from the main entrance. Left side is mostly under renovation, but still go to see theatre and bonsai tree garden, very lovely!

Thank mr_chuxx
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Reviewed 5 April 2018

Part of a Gate 1 excursion, this site is huge…so plan ahead for what you want to see. There are several historic buildings and the site is on a large scale. The perimeter is almost 40 miles long! Stop and see the major historic buildings but, truth be told, they all start to look alike. There is an installation of military history…noticed this on our way out (I would’ve liked to see it). They do provide transportation out to a pick up point so you don’t have to trek all the way out. Recommended.

Thank Curtis S
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