Hue

Vinh Moc Tunnels: Life Beneath the Ravaging Vietnam War

Vinh Moc Tunnels are 100 km north of Hue in the former DMZ. This was the most bombed area in Vietnamese history. Miraculously, and thanks to the tunnels, no civilian lives were lost and new ones were even born. Hear first hand from survivors dedicated to preserving the site.
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Hue

Thien Mu Pagoda: The Eternal Symbol of Hue

Thien Mu is the oldest pagoda in Hue and one of the most historic places for Mahayana Buddhism in Vietnam. It sits on a bend on the Perfume River and its iconic tower encompasses the landscape. A visit here can put you in touch with the varied spiritual tapestry of Hue.
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Danang

Marble Mountain - Danang’s Ancient Mystery Caves

Marble Mountain or Ngu Hanh Son are five hilltops 10 km from downtown Danang. These sacred mountains of the ancient Cham people are now holy ground for Mahayana Buddhists. Discover some of the most sublime cave pagodas in all of Vietnam including Am Phu or Hell Cave.
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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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