A day tour to visit Cu Chi tunnels, the special underground architecture in the Vietnam War, witness the sorrow of war in the War Remnants Museum then visit the historical Reunification Palace and enjoy a local coffee in the center of Saigon
At 8.00am, we depart for Cu Chi Tunnels from Saigon. Cu Chi is a countryside area, which is 55km far from Saigon City. It is miniature battle versatile of Cu Chi’s military and people during the 30-year Vietnam War. You then have the opportunity to visit the web of underground tunnels dug by Vietnamese resistance fighters. It also is the special architecture lying deeply underground with many startups, nooks, and crannies as complex as a cobweb, having spares for living, meeting and fighting with total lengths over 200 km. Creeping down into the tunnel, only some yards, you can find out why Vietnam get victory in the war.
After exploring the tunnels, we return to downtown for lunch.
In the afternoon, it is time to visit the War Remnants Museum, the Museum of thematic research, collection of the material, photographs, artifacts on the evidence of the crime and the consequences of the war that the invasion force has caused to Vietnam people. The trip continues to visit Reunification Palace (formerly known as Independence Palace), known as the famous historical witness that passed through the two wars against the French and American colonists. At the very ending time, we taste local coffee nearby Ho Con Rua area before getting back to the hotel.
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