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Explore Cu Chi tunnel by your way

experience in Cu Chi tunnel
Cu Chi is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Vietnam among the top 10 most visited places in Southeast Asia
One of the 6 artificial works of the world with famous sites with long history and traditional villages with culinary specialties such as:
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experience in Cu Chi tunnel

experience in Cu Chi tunnel

Cu Chi tunnel was firmly standing against bombings during the war, the system has become an appealing travelers attraction arresting a huge number of visitors.

How to get Cu Chi tunnel

Situated around 70km away from Ho Chi Minh City, Cu Chi tunnels is conveniently reached by using taxi, motorbike or bus depending on different tastes. Traveling by bus is known to be the cheapest way, but a motorbike is much more prevalent due to its practical character and also tourists driving motorbikes can stop by some stunning spots on their way.

Cu Chi tunnel

Cu Chi tunnel

Unlike Hanoi or several other cities in Vietnam, the bus in HCM city doesn’t often stop at the right bus stop as it should be following the bus route. In the other hand, you must stand at the bus stop and wave it until it pulls over.

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The alternative is a taxi which is the most convenient and easiest one when you don’t want to experience how public transports are packed with people. All you have to do is to hop on the cab and tell the taxi driver that you want to go to Cu Chi tunnels. It will take you about half an hour to approach the tunnels.

Here are some tips for your trip to Cu Chi tunnels. If you can afford a taxi then go for it. You will not have to worry about getting lost or packing yourself on the bus. While public transport is the cheapest choice, you should be certain and aware of the way leading to the tunnels. At the end of the day, motorbike remains the most flexible transport that you should think of.

Venturing further along these jungle paths brought us to an abandoned tank, a stark reminder of the serious business of war.
With our excursion drawing to a close it was back to the hustle and bustle of the city. Vietnam is a country full of surprises so I was really looking forward to what our tour would bring next.

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