Central city park and amusement park
Good for the kids
What we say:
It's hard to miss the monumental statue of Uncle Ho at the north east side of the park. It's surrounded by a promenade, and it makes a fine place for a stroll on a summer evening, when the statue is colourfully lit up. The south-western corner of the park is dedicated to an amusement park, with some rides for the kids and swan boats can be rented to paddle around the pond. Here as elsewhere in Vietnam, admission is based not on how old you are, but how tall you are. Seems odd, but it simplifies matters considerably.
More detailsCorner of Le Mao and Tran Phu, Vinh
Opening Hours: 15:00 to 23:00 daily
Last updated: 16th December, 2007
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