HO CHI MINH CITY – The corridor overlooking the Bitexco tower, the spiral staircase… are beautiful photography angles for visitors to visit the Museum of Fine Arts.
Ho Chi Minh City Museum of Fine Arts is located at 97A Pho Duc Chinh, District 1. The museum was formerly a house belonging to the family of Mr. Hua Bon Hoa (popularly known as Chu Hoa), one of the four giants of Saigon. late 19th century.
The building was built in the French architectural style of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, harmoniously combining Eastern architecture in decorative tile roofs, ceramic columns and ceramic motifs on the roof. This is a place to attract art lovers, or simply want to take beautiful pictures with this special architecture. Photo: Trung Nghia
The location with the most “popular” corners of the museum is the corridor overlooking the courtyard of the 1st court. From here, you can see the entire architecture of the museum and overlook the Bitexco tower, immersed in the intersection space. blend between ancient and modern features in the heart of Saigon. Photo: Trung Nghia
The intersection between classic and modern is also “retracted” in the small doorways in the corridor area of the museum. For a good photo, visitors can choose traditional ao dai or red and white outfits to contrast with the yellow wall. Photo: @ trang.dung/Instagram
This place is suitable for check-in in the afternoon, when the sunlight shines through the stone pillars bearing European architectural tone, shining down on the flower tile background. Photo: @ngoc.toann/Instagram
Separating the corridor from the two sides of the building is a wall with many dragon motifs, bold Asian impressions. Photo: Chi Tu
Building 3 of the museum displays antique and modern art objects. There is a spiral staircase, combined with stained glass windows and handrails with soft patterns, reminiscent of the Art Nouveau school of architecture. Photo: Chi Tu
This place once appeared in the MV “Love Charm” by singer Bich Phuong, attracting young people to check in, creating many new shooting angles. Tickets to the museum cost 30,000 VND/time. The museum is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Sunday. Photo: Trung Nghia/ Follow vnexpress