Nguyen Hua Hao Palace in Dalat
Located in the right on the premises of the Lam Dong Museum. Nam Phuong queen's Palace also known as Nguyen Huu Hao Palace is an old villa. It was built in the 1930s of the 20th century. Formerly, This residence belonged to Nam Phuong queen's father- Nguyen Huu Hao. He was one of the richest and most famous owners of the Go Cong land in the south of Vietnam. Then, He ceded the ownership for his daughter-Nam Phuong queen. According to some locals in Dalat, they said that in the period when the palace III was not built, when coming to Dalat, Nam Phuong queen always stayed in this villa.
The palace is a large and well-built building. And very beautiful.
This is a cubic architecture with unique interiors, granite tiles, and built-in fine place. The dome is decorated in French style with much-stained glass makes the interior becomes luxury and warmth.
This place is displayed a lot of pictures, objects, and precious materials. of the old owners. There are cups, cigar box ... of the Queen, King Bao Dai with many restored artifacts, arranged to recreate the space of a villa in the same period from the 30s to the 20th century as Chandeliers. Cabinets. table,...
The palace not only is the unique villa is arranged harmoniously combining nature and French architecture. Therefore, this place has become an attractive place for tourists if visiting the Lam Dong Museum.