The Presidential Palace in Hanoi is also a very large site, and the building itself is quite interesting. You can see some very rich facilities, the government's national flag is also easy to see, and the building of the chairman's house is also khaki.
The Chairman’s Mansion Building is a French-style 4-story building with the Vietnamese national emblem hung above the main entrance of the building. It is a place for the Vietnamese President to attend meetings and receive guests. Most important foreign affairs activities in Vietnam are held here. The wide square in front of the chairman's house has hosted leaders from China, the United States and many other countries.
The Presidential Palace of Vietnam is located next to Ba Dinh Square in Hanoi. It is a French-style villa designed and built by the Germans. It is very luxurious and is the office and residence of the President. It is still the office of the President of the State, and visitors can be arranged to visit it. According to reports, President Ho Chi Minh’s life is extremely simple. He said that my motherland is still at war and has not yet been reunified. Our people are still living in poverty and need money. I cannot work and live in such a luxurious villa. So since Ho Chi Minh entered the Chairman's Mansion in 1954, he has been working and living in this electrician dormitory bungalow. This bungalow is the famous "54 bungalow" that is well-known in Vietnam.
As political gatherings are still held at Presidential Palace Hanoi, visitors are only allowed to explore the gardens and Ho Chi Minh’s stilt home with an entrance fee of VND 25,000.
The Presidential Palace of Vietnam located in the city of Hanoi, was built between 1900 and 1906 to house the French Governor-General of Indochina.
The building looks striking from a distance, bright yellow exterior, classic architectural style, and worth a visit