The Reunification Palace (also known as Independence Palace) built on the site of the former Norodom Palace, is a landmark in Ho Chi Minh City and a historical witness which passed through the two fierce wars against the French and American colonists.
As Vietnam was split into North Vietnam and South Vietnam, the building served as presidential home and workplace. Today in most minds, the palace is remembered vividly as a marked end to the war, when the North Vietnamese tank crashed its gates on April 30th, 1975.
Following its historic relevance, the palace draws visitors from all over the world and in fact appears like a time capsule frozen in 1975. Its original structures which include lush gardens, secret rooms, antique furniture and even a command bunker do not only function as a museum for the public, but offer a fascinating backdrop for official occasions and MICE arrangements.
The outdoor areas of the palace can accommodate 500 -1000 pax, while the banquet room is perfectly suitable for groups of 80-250 guests.
Historical expert talks, 5 star catering, beautiful decorations annumerous entertainment options can be arranged by Refine Asia to ensure that your guests will spend a memorable time in this memorable place.
We are looking forward to customizing your next MICE arrangements at the Reunification Palace in Ho Chi Minh City!