Reunification Palace

Vietnam Tourist Information and Travel Guide

The Reunification Palace is a historic building in Ho Chi Minh City.  Formerly called the Norodom Palace, it was originally the residence of the French Governor-General.

The palace was subsequently renamed the Presidential Palace and used by South Vietnam's president Ngo Dinh Diem.

The original building was bombed in 1962 and subsequently rebuilt.  It received its current name when Vietnam was reunified in 1975.

Reunification Palace in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Reunification Palace

The Reunification Palace is a fascinating place to explore.  Tourists can visit the Presidential bedroom, military planning and meeting rooms that were used during the Vietnam conflict.

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