Martyrs' Memorial

Attraction Martyrs' Memorial, Ba Ria - Vung Tau, Vietnam Published on: 28-07-2016

1 hours 30 mins
03:00 PM
04:30 PM
Second-time visit
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Martyr's Memorial - A stone obelisk on a hill-top, located on the way to the sea, the Martyr's Memorial hill is said to be the biggest traffic circle in Indochina.

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Why Martyrs' Memorial is special ?

Martyr's Memorial - A stone obelisk on a hill-top, located on the way to the sea, the Martyr's Memorial hill is said to be the biggest traffic circle in Indochina.


Ba Ria - Vung Tau’s War Martyr Memorial Temple was open officially yesterday, providing a rest place for the remains 76 war martyrs.


The VND 10.753 bln temple is constructed on an area of 24,856 square meters and decorated as a Vietnamese pagoda.


The Martyr Memorial Temple (on Ngoc Tuoc hill, Vung Tau City) is not only houses in Ba Ria - Vung Tau for the remains of soldiers and militiamen who died for the country’s freedom, but also as a cultural project of Vung Tau City


Source: http://www.baobariavungtau.com.vn/

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Duration
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Estimated
26.30 USD
Total travel distance
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Number of places
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Martyrs' Memorial, Ba Ria - Vung Tau, Vietnam

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  • You should bring bottle water (soaking wet), mosquito repellant... wear sun screen (when it's roasting), hat, socks with grips (the steps have little grips, smooth surface)
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  • You should wear modest clothing and should not wear shorts when coming here
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“Felt I was one of them in a small way.” This a country and people of Martyrs, a very fitting memorial that can never name all of the Martyrs past and present day, their struggle will never be finished . I felt this 1 of the memorials too the people of this country of many tribes searching for it place in a world that often does not understand these people deserve so much more

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