Thanh Chuong Viet Palace is home to thousands of cultural and historical artefacts, a bunch of ancient houses, statues, lotus ponds and many images depicting Vietnamese culture. It takes the tourist on a journey through varied regions and traditions that the Vietnamese have lived in. The striking architecture and elegant patterns of the palace are a delight to the eye.
Thanh Chuong Viet Palace is a historically and culturally rich place reflecting traditional Vietnamese architecture and art. The palace comprises of 13 ancient houses surrounded by verdant banyan tree, towers, theatres for events, chess boards and serene lotus ponds. It exhibits elements of 20th-century Vietnamese architecture. The old traditional houses of the Muong ethnic group and the 300-year-old Hue imperial house are the highlights here, exhibiting ancient Vietnamese architecture. The five-tier waterfall, bubbling with water and emitting white smoke, enhances the beauty of the palace. This enchanting palace also houses a plethora of paintings and over 2000 Vietnamese antiques including ceramics and statues.
Situated in the forest of the Soc Son Mountain, the Thanh Chuong Viet Palace is a place of natural beauty. You can sit by the lotus ponds to relax, have a cup of tea at the wooden tables, or nap by laying down on the bamboo raffles amidst cool breeze and chirpings of birds. The restaurant here offers a traditional Vietnamese meal to visitors, and the Long Dinh Theatre here hosts regular water puppet shows. Many dance and music performances are frequently held at the palace, depicting Vietnam's culture and past. Do not forget to buy colourful handcrafted souvenirs as gifts for your loved ones from Thanh Chuong Viet Palace.