Ho Chi Minh stilt house in Hanoi
The house where Ho Chi Minh lived
The Vietnamese leader Ho Chi Minh had at his disposal the Presidential Palace, luxurious French colonial style building, Ho Chi Minh, however claimed that he could not live in such Palace taking into account the situation of its people, Vietnam. Therefore, Ho Chi Minh ordered to build a small and modest wooden house on the other side of the presidential Park Lake.
Presidential Palace, Hanoi (Vietnam)
A tourist visit to Ho Chi Minh stilt house
The Ho Chi Minh's house is located in the gardens after the presidential Palace and nearby the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, where the remains of Ho Chi Minh rests.
You can free visit without paying any entrance fee the house of Ho Chi Minh City every day of the year. Opening hours from 8:00 to 17:00.
Structure of the house of Ho Chi Minh
The small wooden house where Ho Chi Minh lived is composed of 2 floors, very humble and simple, just a couple of rooms where Ho Chi Minh was resting and studying.
The visit to the house of Ho Chi Minh simply allow us to see the grounds and rooms, without allowing entry them.
Interior House in Hanoi Ho Chi Minh
Facts about Ho Chi Minh and his house
Fish Lake near the house of Ho Chi Minh
Ho Chi Minh loved to fish, every morning was approaching the Lake and was eating the fish. To do so, Ho Chi Minh City first gave palmas and then, gave bread crumbs and other food to the fish in the pond.
The fish pond if we attend palms, waiting for food. That is the reason why you will find groups of tourists clapping along the lake, and some clever salesman, selling bags of breadcrumbs to tourists.
Fish pond next to the house of Ho Chi Minh in Hanoi
The person of Ho Chi Minh
As curiosity also say that you for Ho Chi Minh studies were very important, both to the best students of the various schools of Vietnam had privilege to go to Ho Chi Minh in person, that kindly received in the lower floor of his house in Hanoi.
Lake by the house of Ho Chi Minh - Hanoi - Vietnam
Some few of us, we had the honor of meeting in person, Ho Chi Minh, where together with other students in Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh chatted with us, asked about our studies and took photographs of rigor to immortalize the memory.