Last December 2017, I took a break and decided to visit one of Philippine’s closest neighbor country, Vietnam.
I landed in Ho Chi Minh (popularly known as Saigon) and had the pleasure of visiting the city’s notable landmarks for a day before I fly to Hanoi the next day.
Our first stop is the Independence Palace or the Reunification Palace which became and important site during the Vietnam War.
Here’s the place in photos:
The palace’s twists and turns in its architecture can be confusing, but you’ll most likely find your way out following staircases and doors. (Unless of course if you enter the restricted areas – no one knows what’s out there. ^_^)