|Historical site:||Củ Chi Tunnels (Bến Đình)|
|Location:||Asia > Vietnam > Ho Chi Minh City|
The Historical Site
What should we know?
|Name in local script:||Địa Đạo Bến Đình Củ Chi|
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|Location type:||rural, village|
What can we see or do there?
|Services:||ticket office, toilets|
How much will it cost us?
|Currency:||Vietnamese Dong (VND)|
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How can we get in contact?
|Telephone:||0837 948 830|
|Country calling code:||84|
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|There are two sets of tunnels at Cu Chi. The other is called Ben Duoc and is reportedly a more authentic and less touristy experience.|
|Expect to be shown a short video and then taken on a quick-moving tour. All in all, it should take you no more than an hour and a half to visit the site.|
|You will enter the tunnels only briefly and towards the end of the tour. Although widened and reinforced for tourists, this can still be a claustraphobic experience, especially if you’re a larger person.|
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