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Explore Cao Dai Temple & Cu Chi Tunnels - Ho Chi Minh City Tour

Soak up culture on this tour of Saigon's best sights. You'll visit the Cao Dai temple and the Cu Chi tunnels, some of the most sought after Ho Chi Minh City destinations. There is a stunning contrast between the colourful grandeur of the Cao Dai temple, and the eerie darkness of the Cu Chi tunnels. You'll see two very distinct sides of Saigon, and it will enrich your world-view.
  • Departure: Ho Chi Minh City
  • Type:
  • Duration: Approximately 10 hours
  • Meeting time: 07:45
  • Meeting point: 220 De Tham Street, Dist 1, Ho Chi Minh City
Highlights
  • Absorb the Vietnamese culture
  • Take in the beauty of The Great Holy Sight temple
  • Dip down into the Cu Chi tunnels
  • See what it was like in war era Vietnam
  • Live the life of a Viet Cong soldier
  • Try manioc a traditional soldier food
Getting to the meeting point:
Customers to meet a tour guide at 220 De Tham street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh. This location is easy to access by taxis and motorcycle taxis.
Suggestion
Worship takes place every six hours, beginning at midnight with chanting at 06:00 and 18:00 daily.Visitors are permitted to watch from the galleries and take photographs.Customers to wear modest cloths and cover your knees and shoes must be removed before entering.Please be silent when the service begins.
General
The itinerary might be subject to possibly change due to weather local conditions without a notice in advance.
Includes
  • Vehicle
  • Driver
  • Gas
  • Lunch
  • Entrance fee
  • Guide (English)
  • Bottle of water
Excludes
  • Insurance
  • Other expense

What are some interesting things to do in Ho Chi Minh? See Cao Dai Temple, home of Caodaism and the Viet Cong's Cu Chi Tunnels

Ho Chi Minh City: the city of good food, beautiful temples, and mysterious tunnels. This tour is going to give you a little bit of everything. You'll see The Great Holy Sight temple, the Cu Chi tunnels temple, and have a taste of manioc. Your first stop is The Great Holy Sight temple. This temple was built in 1926, and continues to be one of the most highly regarded temples in Southeast Asia. The Great Holy Sight temple serves as headquarters for the Cao Dai religion, which is a religion that marries Buddhism, Christianity, and Confucianism. Above the entrance is the all-seeing holy eye — a symbol of the sect.A delicious Vietnamese lunch is followed by the Cu Chi tunnels. You'll be put in the mindset of Viet Cong soldiers as you walk (and sometimes crawl) between the different rooms. A kitchen, linked living quarters, a hospital, and a command centre are just some of the interesting areas that you'll move through.
Travel Reviews
sebastienJ
05/18/2018
serene temples and war tunnels"mix of European architecture & Vietnamese historical sites. good sightseeing"
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sebastienJ
05/18/2018
serene temples and war tunnels"mix of European architecture & Vietnamese historical sites. good sightseeing"