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May, 23 2014 09:13:08

Viet Nam ethnology museum hailed by TripAdvisor

The Viet Nam Museum of Ethnology has been awarded a 2014 Certificate of Excellence by the world's largest travel site, TripAdvisor.

This prestigious award recognises the museum for consistently achieving top ratings from TripAdvisor travellers.

With 789 votes of excellence and 583 votes of very good quality, the museum was rated four and a half stars and was ranked among the 93 most attractive destinations in Ha Noi by TripAdvisor. The reviews were posted on TripAdvisor within the last 12 months.

Visitors can study Viet Nam's history and heritage at the museum and enjoy indoor and outdoor exhibitions.

This is the third year in a row the museum has received the title. — VNS



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