Important: We will FREE pick up in the hotel around these streets in district 1: Pham Ngu Lao, De Tham, Bui Vien, Cong Quynh, Le Thanh Ton, Ly Tu Trong, Dong Khoi, Nguyen Hue, Do Quang Dau, Thai Van Lung, Thi Sach, Bui Thi Xuan. If you stay outside the city center, please go by yourself to our main office at 220 Đề Thám, District 1, and please present at 15 – 20 minutes before departure time.
The Great Holy See Temple, built in 1926, is considered one of the most striking structures in all of South-East Asia. It is the headquarters of the unique Cao Dai sect, a religion with a hybrid of Buddhism, Christianity & Confucianism. Above the entrance is the all-seeing holy eye – symbol of the sect. Visitors will attend the midday ceremony’s extravaganza to witness the daily mass held by the Cao Dai followers which is a fantastic experience.
After lunch, proceed to Cu Chi to explore the amazing site where Viet Cong hid during the War. It is now a popular spot for both Vietnamese & foreign tourists – the network of over 200km of tunnels became legendary when they played a vital role in the War. In their heyday, the tunnels were functioning underground cities including numerous trap doors, specially constructed living areas, storage facilities, weapons factories, field hospitals, command centers & kitchens. There is plenty of evidence of the fierce battle that took place here during the 1960s when Cu Chi was a “Free Target Zone”. Visitors can watch a short introductory video showing how the tunnels were constructed before entering the tunnels. Spend the next hour exploring the tunnels. Afterwards, enjoy tea, cassava (guerrilla’s food in war time). Return to SaiGon.
(Refund 100% for cancellation 3 days before departure day. After that will not be refunded)
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||220 Đề Thám street, District 1, HCMC|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Our bus start in the morning of the day.|
Morning: about 7:30 to 8:00
|DURATION TIME||Full day|
|Having lunch with||Default lunch|
Lunch: Lunch for Cao Dai Template & Cu Chi Tunnels with default lunch.