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Cao Dai - Cu Chi tunnels

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 religious hybrid, incorporating Buddhism, Christianity & Confucianism. Above the entrance is the all-seeing holy eye, a symbol of the sect. Visitors will attend the midday ceremony extravaganza, to witness the daily mass held by the Cao Dai followers which is a fantastic experience.

Included:

-Transportation with A/C

- English speaking tour guide

- 1 bottle of mineral water for each guest

- Lunch

- Entrance fees, service charge, tax.

Excluded:

- Travel insurance

- Vietnam visa

- Gratuities for tour guides/drivers

- Beverage & other personal expenses

- Flights

- Accommodation

- Others not clearly mentioned above

Depart 08.00 am

Return 18.00 pm

- 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 religious hybrid, incorporating Buddhism, Christianity & Confucianism. Above the entrance is the all-seeing holy eye, a symbol of the sect. Visitors will attend the midday ceremony extravaganza, to witness the daily mass held by the Cao Dai followers which is a fantastic experience.

- After lunch we 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 alike, with a network of over 200km of tunnels which became legendary when they played a vital role in the war.

- In their heyday, the tunnels were functioning asunderground cities including numerous trap doors, specially constructed living areas, storage facilities, weaponsfactories, field hospitals, command centers & kitchens. There is plenty of evidence of the fierce battle that took place here during the 1960’s when Cu Chi was a "Free Target Zone".

- Visitors can watch a short introductory video showing how the tunnels were constructed before entering. Spend the next hour exploring the tunnels, followed by a refreshing tea and cassava, which was the guerrillas’ food in war time, before we head back to Saigon.