Reunification Palace

No.106 Nguyen Du Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City is the place where is located. It is also called with another name Thong Nhat Conference Hall or Presidential palace. The Palace was built on the grounds of Norodom Palace as a residence for the French Governor General of Cochinchina.

The building is made up of 5 stories with 100 rooms and chambers decorated with the finest modern Vietnamese arts and crafts. The residential quarters are in the back of the building. The ground floor is the place where conferences often took place. Going up to the second floor, visitors will see a room called Phu Dau Rong where Nguyen Van Thieu received foreign delegations.

On the third floor, there is a card-playing room. This floor also possesses a terrace with a heliport where a helicopter is parked. The fourth floor was used for dancing, and even had a casino. The most interesting part of the building is probably the basement containing a network of tunnels, a telecommunication centre, and a war room.

It is daily opened for visitors at 07:30-11:00 in the morning and at 13:00-16:00 in the afternoon.