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We visited the tunnel On our way from Hue to dong hoi, it took us an hour to see the place, it's an easy walk for young kids and worth a visit. Just make sure you get a good torch from one of the stall...More
With a guide (that you can tip as you like) you can have a tour around these tunnels that were inhabited by normal civilians who escaped the intense bombings. The pictures of a father mournibg his five dead children moved me to tears. A very...More
We ran out of time and wish we had done this tour. Were told by reliable local friend that these tunnels are much better than the ones in Ho chi Minh. You can actually go down into the different rooms and see how they lived....More
I've been here on an site inspection trip. This is very very memorable trip. The tunnels are really amazing and we can really walk down there. It's more like a bomb shelter where a whole village could accommoate in.
Interesting setup, exhibit is similar to Cu Chi, but much bigger and walkable as this tunnel system was built to sustain villagers vice Cu Chi being exclusively for soldiers. Tunnels are easier to walk thru standing up and are long and expansive compared to Cu...More
I really enjoyed the Vinh Moc tunnels. Firstly, you can stand up and actually walk through them comfortably. I suppose someone over 6-foot-tall might have to stoop a bit at times but you are definitely not on your hands and knees. Secondly, the tunnels are...More
Very interesting experience. Very different from Cu Chi Tunnels. Not as touristy and not as much traffic. We were able to go through most of the tunnels which were lit. There is a small museum and theater. Little beverage and snack stands to help beat...More