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The Cu Chi Tunnels are a massive network of interconnected tunnels, that were home to South Vietnam guerrillas during the Vietnam War, in the Cu Chi District of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Tay Ninh, near the Cambodian border, is home to the unique Cao Dai sect, whose patron saints include Joan of Arc, Victor Hugo, and Winston Churchill to name a few. The religion is a hybrid of Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, and Christianity. The Cao Dai Temple at Tay Ninh has been described as a Walt Disney fantasia of the East. The temple’s exterior is decorated with multi-colored dragons of all shapes and sizes competing for space with a number of swastikas. Above the main entrance is the all-seeing holy eye, the symbol of the Cao Dai sect. The interior is just as engaging as statues of Jesus Christ, Buddha, and the Hindu god, Brahma, standing side by side.
Saigon ( Ho Chi Minh City )
Normally at 8 am
100% Private Tour
The journey to Tay Ninh and the tour of the Cu Chi Tunnels are combined into one adventure. The tunnel network reached a maximum depth of three levels and had a total length of over 250 kilometers when it was at its peak, stretching from Saigon to the border of Cambodia.
The network featured an incredible number of trap doors, living areas that were purposefully built, storage facilities, weapons factories, field hospitals, command centers, and kitchens. The tunnels that are still standing have been transformed into a popular tourist destinations in recent years, offering visitors a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get a sense of what it was like to live underground during the American war.
The passageways through the tunnels have been widened for our convenience because, had they not been, we would not have been able to enter them. At the close-by rifle range, there is an opportunity for those who are interested to try their hand at firing rounds from an AK-47 or an MK16.
After Cu Chi tunnels, We continue driving to Cao Dai Temple. On arrival, we attend the Cao Dai temple service. watch how people practice their beliefs before having lunch.
Drive back to Ho Chi Minh City in the afternoon.
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