The American war, known to the world outside as Vietnam war is well displayed at Saigon’s War remnant museum. Although Americans are arguing that exhibits are one-sided, the museum does the job really well to show the world the horrors of war.
If you happen to be in Saigon, make this one a must list.
Outside at museum exhibits some tanks, aircrafts taken down by Viet-Cong during the war
Inside the building, the pictures of war are mostly taken and offered by the western media.
Picture below shows the Koreans protesting up against Vietnam war in capital Seoul.
Lots of grieves and sighs from the visitors, there is no laugh going and the air is thick.
Exhibits start with the statement of US declaration of Independence. “We hold this truth to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator, with certain unalienable rights, that among there are Life,Liberty, and pursuit of Happiness.
No explanation will be needed from below down. Just look though.
Statistics of the major wars, among them Vietnam war comes first for the heavy bombing of all sort.
Again outside the museum way to a cafe.
Really wanted to buy this book, but no place in my backpack.
So hot that a dog sleeps under a tree like a hot-dog.
Now to Jade Emperor Pagoda which holds Saigon’s Taoist pilgrimage.
‘Che’ or Vietnamese dessert stall is abundant at every corner, mostly costs 10,000 dong for a cup of iced coconut drink.