Out of Saigon - Cu Chi Tunnels, Ho Chi Minh City

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    Children play on a tank.
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    In the monastery.
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  • Cu Chi by speedboat with Saigon River Express

    by ianfogg Written Feb 9, 2011

    Saigon River Express offers VIP speedboat tours to the Cu Chi Tunnels - the Mekong Delta - and jungle canal tours around Saigon. This is the service that was recommended as part of "Three Perfect Days: Saigon" in United Airlines inflight magazine and has been recommended in many other international publications. With a fleet of brand new speedboats and providing five star service - Saigon River express offers the most exciting way to see the best attractions around Ho Chi Minh City. Even a sunset tour around Saigon involves exploring narrow jungle canals with a village made of bamboo and thatch as well as visiting a spectacular floating Temple. This is definitely a must for any visitor to Saigon. http://www.saigonriverexpress.com

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    Something vietnameses are proud of...

    by Smallprawn Written Sep 24, 2006

    Sinh Cafe's Cu Chi Tunnels tour. Half day trip. Around 2 hrs of bus ride from Sinh Cafe office to Cu Chi Tunnels. Bus is small, and if u have long legs, good luck to you. At Cu Chu Tunnels, u will get to see... err... tunnels (what else??), bobby traps, war-related stuff and so on.

    An American Tank destroyed in Vietnam War

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    Not for American Vets!

    by neurochic Updated Nov 28, 2005

    Okay the Cu Chi Tunnels are a tourist trap. And definitely don't take an American vet here. The whole time I was visiting the site, I couldn't help but think what my vet Dad would have felt coming back here. When you first arrive you are fed a propaganda tape which is quite graphic showing dead American GIs at the hands of the Viet Cong. Also here in these tunnels I discovered that I was clausterphobic. Definitely not a good time to discover this. Also if you don't want to get dirty I don't recommend you going through the tunnels because you get a red clay all over your back. Furthermore, mosquitos attack you out in the forest so bring mosquito spray!

    Related to:
    • Historical Travel
    • Hiking and Walking

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    Laquerware Factory 27-7 Handicraft Company

    by edelng Written Jul 6, 2007

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    Booked a Cu Chi tunnel half day tour through Sinh Cafe. Before arriving at the tunnel, we were detoured to the lacquer ware factory about 45 mins out of HCMC. Lots of nice arts pieces.

    Laquerware arts A guide introduced us the process of making Laquerware art Another piece of art

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    Tunnel Model

    by keeweechic Updated Aug 23, 2003

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    The Cu Chi Tunnels - shows the 3 layers of tunnels. This display as well as a video recording of the tunnels was in the building before you tour through the grounds. Very interesting.

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    Bobby Traps

    by Smallprawn Updated Sep 24, 2006

    There are displays of the various bobby traps used during the Vietnam war against the American soldiers at the Cu Chi Tunnels.

    Rolling Trap

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