Sunday, February 23, 2014

Travel Snaps: Reunification Palace Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam


Travels Snaps: Features our best photos of iconic places that we visit during our previous travel. It's a recollection of unforgettable snaps and story behind it.



Reunification Palace or Independence Palace appellated after Saigon falls to the hands of North Vietnamese which signifies the end of Vietnam war. 

The beautiful facade camouflage it's poignant past and spiteful history. This palace endure the bombs of F5E fighter plane and assault of the tank 843 on that fateful day 30th April 1975.It strong ties with grisly history makes it as an ideal  place to sojourn in Saigon.

Tip: The best time to photograph the palace is during the morning when the sun rays is not against your position.


Photography Enthusiast,


Sky and Summer




20 comments:

  1. Hi! love this. Never heared about Nag before...jejeje...I hope after knowing Nag you will be more healthy , more luck and especially lot of happiness. Good luck and hope to hear more from you Sky and Summer..

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  2. Great shot bro!

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  3. Cool to see an unknown place yet. Thanks for letting know us.

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  4. You're welcome, keep updated from this blog to see more on unknown places :)

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  5. Last year when we went to pattaya thailand and went to a beach we had snorkelling galore! though i didnt tried it though my sister enjoyed it with my husband sad to say we don't own a underwater camera that time but this time we have two! hihi

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  6. I love snorkeling. Actually I've tried it once, problem is hinika ako sa kaka'snorkeling. It's one of my unforgettable experience and I really had fun.

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  7. Wow - I hope I can do snorkelling too and that will also be my first time - I also have to make sure to take photos underwater . Summer is near so snorkelling will be on the list.

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  8. True! I started getting the trick when we went to Palawan, I think that's my 5th time snorkelling. There's an island there called Pandan Island. Ohhh now, I miss the beach.

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  9. I would to go to Palawan if and only if I will have much more money... hehehe...

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  10. I don't think I will be able to go snorkeling -- I am scared to be deep in the water because I don't know how to swim.

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  11. That's our first impression, but you'll forget your fear when able to try and see the underwater.

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  12. Palawan had nice snorkeling sites.

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  13. yeah, make sure to take photos, so it will be much more memorable.

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  14. We will put Pandan Island on the list for for snorkeling site

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  15. Your Hat Yai/Thailand posts are all over the place! lol. Thanks for the posts. Now I have more information on what I might want to do aside from getting massages.

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  16. You're welcome Mimi! HatYai and Songhkhla were underrated and deserve to be featured. By the way, Khor Nang Dim Sum in Hat Yai is awesome and it's cheapo :)

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  17. hahanapin ko yun! thanks :D

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