The War Remnants Museum is a sometimes confronting and disturbing experience housing harrowing displays from what the Vietnamese call “the American War.” It may not be cheerful viewing but it is one of the most popular museums in Vietnam, attracting approximately half a million visitors every year.
Established in September 1975 (five months after the last American troops left), it is home to U.S. armored vehicles, aircraft, infantry weapons and bombs, including a giant “daisy cutter,” as well as controversial images detailing the brutality of war. Not to be missed is Requiem, a homage to the photojournalists who lost their lives covering both sides of the conflict.
The bed is to die for. There are many street food around the area within walking distance, although cabbing is also quite cheap. The hotel provides ree bathtub in room, and also free sauna, steam room, jacuzzi and afternoon tea.
Stayed here for 8 nights, it's a great property. Very central like walking distance to coffee, food, great little story just a couple of minutes (Anam Market)......they even had Kusmi tea from Paris. The hotel spa was rather good & they had 40% off some treatments