Ho Chi Minh

Cu Chi Tunnels: End of the Ho Chi Minh Trail

The Cu Chi Tunnels are truly one of the most remarkable underground constructions in the world. Almost fifty years after the end of the Vietnamese American War in 1975, they continue to tell their fascinating story. Don’t leave Vietnam without touching the raw nerve of Cu Chi.
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Phu Quoc

Phu Quoc Prison: Gruesome Torture on a Paradise Island

Phu Quoc Prison gained infamy during the Indochina and Vietnam – American wars. Leave no stone unturned discovering the horrors and brutality hidden on this island. Phu Quoc Museum is a reminder of the atrocities of war and memorial to countless deceased political prisoners.
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Hue Citadel: Legacy of Vietnam’s Last Feudal Dynasty

Hue Citadel and Purple Forbidden City have many UNESCO-listed sites. Against all odds of war, revolution, and neglect, the heritage of Vietnam’s final feudal dynasty is once again coming to light. Discover how Nguyen Emperors lived and architectural legacies they bequeathed.
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Con Dao Island: Infamous Hell Prison Turned Paradise

Con Dao Island was once feared for its horrific Tiger Cages in the infamous Con Dao Prison. Now, it’s more a paradise of nature trails through Con Dao National Park. Its beaches and islands are ideal for snorkeling and fishing. Find out how to get to this exotic hideaway.
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