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  •      - Private tour
         - Daily departure
         - Timing: 08.00am – 05.00pm

    In the morning, we pick you up at your hotel at 8.00 AM. we have an excursion to the famous Cu Chi tunnels. This network of tunnels, which stretched for over 200km, became legendary during the 1960s. The Cu Chi tunnels played a vital part in the U.S.-Vietnam War in that they allowed the Viet Cong to control a large rural area only 30 to 40 km from Saigon . At its height, the tunnel system stretched from Saigon to the Cambodian border. The network, parts of which were several levels deep, included innumerable trap doors, specifically constructed living areas, storage facilities, weapons factories, field hospitals, command centres and kitchens. Today the remaining tunnels have become a major tourist attraction giving the visitor a unique experience and feel of what underground life during the war must have been like. The tunnels have been widened for our benefit (otherwise we would not be able to enter them!) For those interested there s even the opportunity to fire off rounds from an AK47 or MK16 at the nearby rifle range.

    In the afternoon, we visit Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon, is the largest and busiest city in Vietnam with a population of 7 million people. Much of the daily life takes place on the streets, which are lined with shops, stalls and vendors with their wares spread out on the footpath. Don t miss the bustling Ben Thanh Market - a fantastic place for bargains of every kind! There are several interesting sights in HCMC. The War Remnants Museum has a wealth of images from the wars, the most moving being a gallery entitled Requiem which is dedicated to Vietnamese and foreign journalists and photographers who perished during the French and American conflicts. The Reunification Palace was the former residence of the President of South Vietnam until April 30, 1975 when the North Vietnamese tanks came crashing through the front gates, bringing the U.S.-Vietnam War to a dramatic end. Close to the palace some of the best examples of French colonial architecture are represented in the forms of Notre Dame Cathedral and the Central Post Office. Notre Dame Cathedral was built between 1877 and 1883 and the stone used to create it was exported in its entirety from France . Next to the cathedral stands the Central Post Office , finished in 1891. It is another fine example of French architecture and is Vietnam s largest post office. For all its French colonial history though, Ho Chi Minh City is by far and away Vietnam s most modern city. It has numerous shopping malls, cinemas, discotheques and a bewildering number of bars.



    Meals as mentioned in the itineraries: 01 lunch at local restaurant
    + Private transfers within the tour, including pick-up and drop-off at hotel.
    + English Speaking Tour guide. Other languages are upon requested.
    + All entrance and sightseeing fees
    + All taxes & services charge.  


    Beverages and other meals do not indicate in the program.
    + Travel insurance
    + Personal expenses
    + Tipping/ Gratuities

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  • Ho Chi Minh City Tour Half Day

    Ho Chi Minh City Tour Half Day

         Private tour
         Daily departure
         Option 1 - AM: 08.30 - 12.30
         Option 2 - PM: 13.00 - 17.00

  • Vung Tau Full Day

    Vung Tau Full Day

         - Private tour
         - Daily departure
         - Timing: 07.30am – 06.00pm

  • Long Tan Cross & Nui Dat Former Battle Field Tour 1 Day

    Long Tan Cross & Nui Dat Former Battle Field Tour 1 Day

    The Battle of Long Tân (18 August 1966) was fought between the Australian Army and Viet Cong forces in a rubber plantation near the village of Long Tân, about 27 kilometers (17 mi) north east of Vũng Tàu, South Vietnam. The action occurred when D Company of the 6th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (6 RAR), part of the 1st Australian Task Force (1 ATF), encountered the Viet Cong 275th Regiment and elements of the D445 Local Forces Battalion. D Company was supported by other Australian units, as well as New Zealand and United States artillery.

  • Cu Chi Tunnel Half Day

    Cu Chi Tunnel Half Day

         - Private tour
         - Daily departure
              Option 1 - AM: 08.30 - 12.30
              Option 2 - PM: 13.00 - 17.00

  • Cu Chi Tunnel And Cao Dai Temple Full Day

    Cu Chi Tunnel And Cao Dai Temple Full Day

         - Private tour
         - Daily departure
         - Timing: 08.00am – 06.00pm

  • Ho Chi Minh City Tour 1 Day

    Ho Chi Minh City Tour 1 Day

    Saigon, as the city is still frequently referred to, is Vietnam s largest city with a population in excess of 6 million. It is a fast-paced city full of contrasts as street vendors selling fruit and vegetables can be seen next to glitzy western-style bars and boutiques. Saigon s history is only 300 years old, less than a third that of the capital, Hanoi . In 1859, the city was captured by the French and became the capital of Cochin china. From 1956 until its dramatic demise in April 1975, Saigon was the capital of the US-backed Republic of Vietnam . 

  • Mekong Delta Tour - My Tho, Ben Tre Full Day Trip

    Mekong Delta Tour - My Tho, Ben Tre Full Day Trip

    My Tho: One of the things which first strikes the visitors upon arrival in My Tho is the abundance of river and canals.
    Ben Tre: Only a 20 minutes ferry-ride away from bustling My Tho, this seems to be barrier enough to give the town a genuine backwater feeling....

  • Mekong Delta Tour - Cai Be Floating Market Full Day Trip

    Mekong Delta Tour - Cai Be Floating Market Full Day Trip

    The Mekong River is one of the world s 10th rivers in its river length and has great influences upon nature and societies of the Indo-china Peninsula. The name "MEKONG" originate in Thai language, Mae Nam Khong1). The source of the Mekong River is in Tibet mountains and is called Dza Chu River (River of Rock). After running through very narrow valley paralling Yangz Jiang and Salween River, the Mekong reaches to Yung-Nan Province of China and is called Lancang Jiang (Turbulent River). Via Golden Triangle, the crossing of China, Myanmar and Laos boarder, the Mekong flow into Vientiane Plain. The term, Lower Mekong means downstream segment from the point. There are some notorious rapids for French navigation plan in colonial period before the Mekong get to Cambodia, and the last segment is the Mekong Delta in Viet Nam, which distributes grate influences to agriculture, especially paddy fields there.

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