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Ho Chi Minh: Ben Duoc Tunnels and Paintball Shooting

1. Ho Chi Minh: Ben Duoc Tunnels and Paintball Shooting

Following pickup from you hotel in District 1, you will head to the Cu Chi Province. You will travel past the Tan Binh District before arriving to Cu Chi, with a rest stop at a lacquer factory included along the way. The factory is a workplace of disabled people who were victims of Agent Orange Toxic used during the war. Whilst there you can see how they work and witness the beauty of the final products created by them. You will also have the opportunity to purchase their products to help them sustain themselves. Following the factory you will reach the Ben Duoc Tunnels. The tunnels' system is so complex that it stunned many military advisors from all over the world. It is a hidden gem which is today mainly used for educational purposes for Vietnamese students and foreigners alike. It has been recognized by the Ministry of Culture as a National Cultural and Historical Relic as of April 29, 1979. In addition to the historic monuments which serve the propaganda and education of the traditional revolution, when visiting the Cu Chi Tunnels you can visit a simulated area of Cu Chi where you can discover the architecture of the houses. This will provide you with an insight into the lives of the army and the people of Cu Chi between 1961-1972.

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4.6 / 5

based on 1,860 reviews

Very well invested money !!

Our hotel was in District 4 and yet we were picked up - in an air-conditioned bus. After a 1.5 hour drive we arrived at the organic farm. We went harvesting with a rice hat, scissors and basket. A lot of information was given, you learned a lot and had a lot of fun. After picking it was time to cook - 4 courses. Everyone cooked themselves under the guidance of the cook and after each meal they finished, they all consumed their respective masterpiece. The 20-minute tour to Cu Chi started with a new bottle of water. The tunnels are absolutely worth seeing and accessible. A unique, stunning experience to hear how people mastered their lives at the time of the war. After about 1.5 hours we drove back by bus and were dropped off at the hotel. The tour guides were super nice, could be understood well in English and made a competent impression.

Experiencing the tunnels was fascinating, and if you are interested in the war history it is must do. The Cao Dai temple is truly unique and the history of the religion very interesting. Visiting the Black virgin mountain is a must to get an idea of the scope and size of the area. The Buddhist temple and shrine is well maintained and beautiful to see. Thao (Tina) our guide was very friendly and knowledgeable and able to answer all our questions, she also told us interesting folk tales and a lot more about Vietnamese culture.

Very interesting and exciting tour

Very interesting tour, well cared for by operator Tiger Tours. The tour consisted of three parts: the Cu Chi tunnels, the Cao Dai temple and the Black Virgin Mountain. The latter can be done well by using the cable car, and a must for those interested in temples and pagodas. Keep in mind that you are on the road all day, the tour is from early in the morning until late in the evening.

The Cu Chi Tunnels are interesting and definitely worth a visit, the real highlight of this tour is the cooking class though. You get a tour through their garden and learn various uses for different herbs and fruits. The cooking class itself is absolutely lovely and I absolutely recommend it to anyone who wants to learn something about vietnamese cuisine.

It was a memorable trip.

The guide was very friendly and helpful. There weren't any hassle from pickup til dropoff :)