Take a tour to Cu Chi Tunnels, Tay Ninh Holy-land and around Hochiminh city
Get a look at Vietnam’s wartime history inside the underground network
Learn about the strategies used by Viet Nam soldiers
Hotel pickup and drop-off included from Ho Chi Minh City
Start your day visiting two iconic architectural landmarks the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Central Post Office built between 1877 and 1883 by renowned designer Gustav Eiffel.
From the cathedral, take a short stroll along Dong Khoi Street to the Opera House. Restored in 1995 the Opera House has returned to its roots and is once again a theatre. Next, visit the Reunification Palace, once a symbol of the South Vietnamese Government. It was here on 30 April 1975, that the war ended when a North Vietnamese Army tank crashed through its gates.
In the afternoon continue on to the War Remnants Museum. Here, your guide will tell the story of the city’s darkest and most tragic hours during the Vietnam War. The museum contains displays of military aircraft, weaponry and many photographs – some that are quite graphic in nature.
Head to Cho Lon - the city’s Chinatown and Thien Hau Pagoda which is dedicated to the Goddess of the Sea. With intricate friezes, carved tableaus and impressive incense coils make for some great photos. Back to your hotel
Overnight in Hochiminh city
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