Experience visiting Ho Chi Minh memorial area Ca Mau

Ho Chi Minh Memorial Area Ca Mau is a famous place that many tourists visit every time they have the opportunity to come to Dat Mui. Let’s follow Vinlove to discover where this memorial site is in Ca Mau and what attracts so many visitors!

Address of Ho Chi Minh memorial area Ca Mau 

Ho Chi Minh Memorial Area Ca Mau is located in Ward 1, Ca Mau City. The memorial area has a total area of ​​60,700m2, divided into many categories including:

– Temple area: Temple, courtyard, internal road and trees.

– Area on stilts: Including movie house, stilt house, stone statue exhibition house, exhibition house, trees, ornamental lake and internal road yard. 

– Park area for strolling: Including trees on internal roads, service works. 

– Landscaped lake area and waiting house, garage… 
Ho Chi Minh memorial area Ca Mau - where?Ho Chi Minh Memorial Area is a famous place to attract tourists in Ca Mau


How to move to Ho Chi Minh memorial area Ca Mau?

To visit Ho Chi Minh memorial area Ca Mau , first of all, visitors need to get to Ca Mau by many different means such as plane, passenger car or motorbike. Then refer to the following migration instructions: 

– From Ca Mau city center: Nearest and most convenient, visitors can follow the Ngo Quyen route about 9.5km, with a travel time of about 19 minutes to reach the memorial. 

– From the airport: For those who take a plane to Ca Mau airport, it is easy to move to the memorial site by taxi or motorbike taxi with 5km. If you rent a motorbike, you can follow the Ly Thuong Kiet route for about 12 minutes. 
Ho Chi Minh memorial area Ca Mau - how to get thereHow to move to Ho Chi Minh memorial area Ca Mau from the city center


Visiting Ho Chi Minh memorial area Ca Mau

What does the Ho Chi Minh memorial area in Ca Mau have ? Visitors will learn about the history, then admire the architecture of the memorial. As follows: 


History of Ho Chi Minh memorial site in Ca Mau

When they heard the news of Uncle Ho’s death, but because of war conditions, bombs and bullets could not visit and remember Uncle, so Ca Mau people put pictures to worship, and built their own houses. In 1994, the Party Committee and the government and people of Ca Mau built Uncle Ho’s memorial area according to the model of a stilt house like Uncle Ho’s mausoleum outside Hanoi. After a period of time, the building was degraded and in 2011 it was restored with a large appearance as it is today.      

Ho Chi Minh memorial area in Ca Mau is a cultural work of special significance to Ca Mau people to show respect to Uncle Ho. This is also the place to regularly organize cultural and educational activities for the young generations of Ca Mau.
 Ho Chi Minh memorial area Ca Mau - learn about cultureVisit the exhibition area of ​​the memorial site


The unique architecture of Ho Chi Minh memorial site in Ca Mau

Ho Chi Minh Memorial Area Ca Mau is also a tourist attraction with beautiful and unique architecture. The entire area of ​​the memorial area is divided into different categories which are combined with the fresh and cool green campus. The first is the traditional house, where exhibits of precious documents, images and Uncle Ho’s revolutionary career are displayed.
 Ho Chi Minh memorial area Ca Mau - spacePanoramic view of the outside space of the relic


In particular, the stilt house is reproduced according to the prototype and proportions of Uncle Ho’s stilt house in Hanoi. The house on stilts is built entirely from wood and stands out among the neatly trimmed and clean green gardens. Uncle Ho’s house on stilts in Ca Mau is reproduced with the typical red tile roof of the Northwest region, consisting of 2 floors. The upstairs area includes an office and a bedroom. The ground floor is arranged with tables and chairs for reception or meetings.Ho Chi Minh memorial area Ca Mau - architectureAdmire the regional architecture inside the memorial site

The area inside the office and the bedroom displays items that Uncle often used such as: night lights, beds, chairs, leaf fans, paper fans, hats, and books,… In front of the house on stilts, there is a pond. The fish follows the pattern of Uncle Ho’s stilt house in the capital. Ho Chi Minh memorial area Ca Mau - architectureUncle Ho’s house on stilts is planted with many fresh green trees
Ho Chi Minh memorial area Ca Mau - architectureUncle Ho’s fish pond was recreated as the original outside of Hanoi


Combined visit to Ca Mau bird garden

After visiting the Ho Chi Minh memorial area in Ca Mau , visitors can combine a visit to the Ca Mau bird garden right next to the relic. The bird garden is located inside the Uncle Ho memorial area with a total area of ​​more than 3 hectares, the residence of more than 12,000 individuals. The bird garden area has many kinds of birds and storks in flocks.Ho Chi Minh memorial area Ca Mau - bird gardenCombine visiting the bird garden inside the memorial area


The bird garden has many storks and birds living in groups. If you come to the bird garden in the afternoon, you will hear flocks of birds chirping and calling each other around the forest. The number of birds here varies from year to year, at most 10,000 individuals nest and breed. Mainly storks, cauldrons, gongs and storks and gray herons. Ho Chi Minh memorial area Ca Mau - bird gardenLearn about the life of birds at Ca Mau Bird Park


From the Ho Chi Minh relic site, visitors just need to go through the ditch about 6m to witness tens of thousands of cuckoos, storks, cauldrons, le le, flu, chickens flying around on the bamboo bank and the face. country. Ca Mau bird sanctuary has existed for decades and has become an attractive destination for tourists whenever they have the opportunity to visit the land of Dat Mui. If you want to learn more about birds, you can go to Ngoc Hien bird sanctuary in Ca Mau. 

If you have the opportunity to visit the land of Dat Mui , take the time to visit the Ho Chi Minh memorial area in Ca Mau to learn about Uncle Ho’s life and understand more about the cultural and historical values ​​of the nation. 

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