The Presidential Palace (Phủ Chủ tịch) in Hanoi, Vietnam is the workplace for the President of Vietnam. The building is located on the grounds of the Presidential Palace, near Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and Ba Dinh Square, Hanoi. This is also the official place to meet up the leaders of other countries.
Presidential Palace Historical Site (Khu di tích Phủ Chủ tịch), near the Presidential Palace, is the place where Ho Chi Minh lived and worked in most of his revolutionary life (from December 19, 1954, to September 2, 1969). This site was listed by the Ministry of Culture and Information of Vietnam in 1975.
After the death of President Ho Chi Minh (September 2, 1969), the Presidential Palace became one of the monumental relics to Ho Chi Minh, ranked by the State as a particularly important relic in the overall area. Ho Chi Minh relic at the Presidential Palace. But since then, this building is still the workplace for the President; Important country activities are still conducted here.
- For Summer:
- For Winter:
- The afternoon on Monday is closed
The Presidential Palace does not open for visiting, but tourists can buy ticket to visit the garden.
- $40,000 VND / person for foreigner
- Free for Vietnamese citizens
The address of Presidential Palace Historical Site is 1 Bách Thảo, Ba Đình, Hanoi, Vietnam.
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