Reunification Palace Private Tour-Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), Vietnam



The President of South Vietnam lived and worked here until the Fall of Saigon in 1975 when North Vietnamese tanks crashed through the front gates and the president surrendered. The inside seems pretty much untouched since that time. You can see the war planning rooms, receiving rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms, movie theater, kitchen and the secret passageway that goes 2 kilometers underground to the airport. In 1962 two air force pilots bombed the palace instead of bombing the Viet Cong-one wing was destroyed but the president and his family survived the assassination attempt.

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  • Wow! You had some crowds there compared to my visit.
    I've only just finished editing my video and thought I'd see what others had done with theirs.
    You saw some rooms that I didn't see and I didn't see that tunnel either!
    I just went in on my own and wandered around aimlessly, often coming into rooms from the wrong direction and missing the signs! HaHa!
    Such an interesting place though.

    MrAusAdventure June 23, 2020 3:44 am Reply
  • I have been at the palace. Im Australian – Whether it was right or wrong to go to Vietnam is a long debate however, the treatment of our veterans and how we left our allies is a disgrace

    pug251 June 23, 2020 3:44 am Reply
  • If the reunification didn't happened during 1975. I'm pretty sure that Vietnam would become Korea at this time. Sometimes defeat result to everlasting peace.

    Renz Galido June 23, 2020 3:44 am Reply
  • So sad South Vietnam lost.. the 1973 Treaty was horrible in letting the North Vietnamese forces remain in the South.

    Vuongiam June 23, 2020 3:44 am Reply
  • Unfortunate you didn't get to see the secret rooms or go through some hatches, I went there a year ago and they allowed us too. But it wasn't the most interesting some of the rooms though

    James Williams June 23, 2020 3:44 am Reply
  • America should have not left Saigon just for the treaty sake..

    Scorpio Rose June 23, 2020 3:44 am Reply

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