Thousands of visitors commemorate Uncle Ho in historic sites in Thailand

The first President Ho Chi Minh site was built on an area of nearly 10,000 square meters in Nooong On village, Muong town, the northeastern province of Udon Thani.

President Ho Chi Minh memorial site in Udon Thani

In early 2017, the road connecting provincial road 2263 to the relic was named by local authorities after Thau Chin 1 and Thau Chin 2, Uncle Ho’s alias during his revolutionary activities in Thailand. Of which, Thau Chin 1 road is 5 kilometers long and 6 meters wide; Thau Chin 2 road is 160 meters long and 4 meters wide, showing the respect and affection of Thai people for Uncle Ho.

The way to the President Ho Chi Minh historic site is named Thau Chin

The President Ho Chi Minh historic site has become a cultural address in Udon Thani province. Every year, on the occasion of his birthday (May 19th) and the Vietnam National Independence Day (September 2nd), many overseas Vietnamese in Thailand and Thai people come to the site and burn incense in commemoration of the great Vietnamese President.

In Nakhon Phanom Province, nearly 800 kilometers northeast of Bangkok, is the Thailand - Vietnam Friendship Village and President Ho Chi Minh memorial site in Nakhok village, Noongyath commune.

President Ho Chi Minh memorial site in Nakhon Phanom province.

In June 2013, during his visit to Thailand, Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong presented the Thailand – Vietnam Association in Nakhon Phanom province with a gift of VND30 billion to support the construction of President Ho Chi Minh memorial site. In the memorial site, there is a President Ho Chi Minh Museum, which displays many photos and documents about President Ho Chi Minh's life in 1928-1929 when he conducted revolutionary activities in Nakhon Phanom and some Thai provinces.

The memorial site consists of a Uncle Ho worshipping area designed by the Ho Chi Minh Museum and built in Vietnamese architecture.

Overseas Vietnamese have always upheld the Vietnamese tradition in the sites. Tour guides wear Vietnamese traditional long dress to warmly welcome visitors, leaving good impressions in their hearts.

Overseas Vietnamese in Thailand invite visitors green tea to show their warm welcome.

President Ho Chi Minh memorial sites in Thailand help reinforce and strengthen solidarity and friendship between the two countries.


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