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Ho Chi Minh city tour – Cu Chi tunnel

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Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) is Vietnam at its most dizzying: a high-octane city of commerce and culture that has driven the country forward with its pulsating energy. A chaotic whirl, the city breathes life and vitality into all who settle here, and visitors cannot help but be hauled along for the ride.

From the finest of hotels to the cheapest of guesthouses, the classiest of restaurants to the tastiest of street stalls, the choicest of boutiques to the scrum of the markets, HCMC is a city of energy and discovery.

Wander through timeless alleys to incense-infused temples before negotiating chic designer malls beneath sleek 21st-century skyscrapers. The ghosts of the past live on in buildings that one generation ago witnessed a city in turmoil, but now the real beauty of the former Saigon’s urban collage is the seamless blending of these two worlds into one exciting mass.


If the tenacious spirit of the Vietnamese can be symbolised by a place, few sites could make a stronger case for it than Cu Chi. At first glance there is scant evidence today of the vicious fighting, bombing and destruction that convulsed Cu Chi during the war. To see what went on, you have to dig deeper – underground.

The tunnel network of Cu Chi became legendary during the 1960s for its role in facilitating VC control of a large rural area only 30km to 40km from HCMC. At its peak the tunnel system stretched from the South Vietnamese capital to the Cambodian border; in the district of Cu Chi alone more than 250km of tunnels honeycomb the ground. The network, parts of which were several storeys deep, included countless trapdoors, constructed living areas, storage facilities, weapon factories, field hospitals, command centres and kitchens.

Cu Chi has become a place of pilgrimage for Vietnamese school children and Communist Party cadres.

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In the morning:

8am: You will visit the War Remnants Museum, Chinatown, Binh Tay market. You will also see Thien Hau pagoda built in early 19th century.

In the afternoon:

1pm: Cu Chi used to be a bitter battleground for many years during the Vietnam War. Visitors to our country should not miss a visit to this underground village with us intricate network of over 250 km of tunnels at Ben Dinh. It is distance around 50km long from Ho Chi Minh City. Don’t miss the experience a short, exciting trip through this labyrinth of interlaced tunnels. In addition, green paddy fields along the road to Cu Chi and to see local peasants at work and buffaloes led by children. These are really pleasant sights and will offer you some insights into Vietnamese agriculture as well.

6:30pm: arrive Ho Chi Minh city


  • Guide speaking English
  • A/C Modern bus
  • Entrance fee ticket (Cuchi tunnel: 5$ - Reunification Palace + War museum: 4$)
  • Water
  • Light lunch (Up grade to set menu: +8$)
  • Personal cost
  • VAT
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A trip to Cu Chi tunnels will take you back in time when life for the Vietnamese people was much harder than we can even imagine. This was a small glimpse of what life would have been like at the time and how the will to survive made soldiers look for innovative ways to outsmart their enemies. Long was a great tour guide and gave us a brief history of Saigon as well before we reached Cu Chi. He was funny and friendly. At the tour you would find out about the different tactics of war used by both sides and would also get to experience the tunnel experience firsthand. It’s a good idea to carry some food with you.
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