Cu Chi Tunnels
Built by the Viet Cong in the 1940s as protection from French air raids during the Indochina conflict, the Cu Chi Tunnels extend underground for more than 155 miles (250 km) in the vicinity of Ho Chi Minh City alone. This network of subterranean passageways later provided vital access to and strategic control over the rural areas surrounding the city during the Vietnam War (also known as the Second Indochina War or the American War), when the tunnels housed living quarters, hospitals, booby traps, and storage facilities for the Viet Cong.
Cu Chi Tunnels Tours
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- Half-Day Cu Chi Tunnels from Ho Chi Minh City by Luxury Speedboat
- The History of Cu Chi Tunnels by Luxury Speedboat
- Cu Chi Tunnels: Morning or Afternoon Guided Tour (Ben Duoc Option available)
- Cu Chi Tunnels & Mekong Delta Full-Day VIP Tour from Ho Chi Minh city
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