Saigon & Cu Chi Tunnel Day Tour

Pre-1975, the city was where the heroic resistance against aggressors and the struggling process for independence took place. But today, the city is bustling with people and it is the major financial hub of the country as well as the biggest city of Viet Nam.Cu Chi tunnels are one of the most famous historical vestiges of Viet Nam’s national liberation war. The network consists of over 200km of tunnels connected with one another like a cobweb.
The location: Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City
Duration: 9hour(s)
Guide Language:


Day 1
Depart from the office at Ho Chi Minh
Cu Chi Tunnel
Cu Chi Tunnel
Cu Chi Tunnel
War Remnants Museum
War Remnants Museum
Reunification Palace
Reunification Palace
Notre Dame Cathedral
Notre Dame Cathedral
General Post Office
General Post Office

The experience

- Note: Different prices applied during the dates below -

a. 2016/12/30-2017/1/2
b. 2017/1/23-2/5
c. 2017/4/29-5/2
d. 2017/9/2-9/3
e. 2017/12/30-2018/1/1

・Departure : SInh Tourist Office at Ho Chi Minh City
・Address : 246 De Tham St., Dist.1, Ho Chi Minh City
・Departure time : 7:45 am
・Duration : 9 hours
・Return information : Transfer back to SInh Tourist Office
(This tour doesn't include Hotel Transfer & Admission Fee)


# Cu Chi Tunnel
# War Remnants Museum
# Reunification Palace
# Notre Dame Cathedral and General Post Office
# English speaking guide
# Sit-in-coach tour

-What You Can Expect-


07:45AM Depart for Cu Chi tunnels from TheSinhTourist office.

Around 9:30AM Arriving at Cu Chi tunnels (Ben Dinh) and proceeding to an underground hut to watch a short video and presentation about Cu Chi tunnels before having a real hand-on experience of what it took to live in the tunnels. Afterward, test tasting the steamed tapioca root which is the main staple food in Cu Chi during the war. For those interested, there is an opportunity to fire off an AK47 or MK16 with real ammunitions at the nearby shooting range. Leaving Cu Chi tunnels at noon and returning back to HCM city for lunch at own expense.


02:15PM Visiting War Remnants Museum - originally opened in September 1975; it displays old military equipment and other related items from Vietnam War. Afterward, continuing seeing the Reunification Palace, formerly known as the Presidential Palace. The place symbolizes the end of Vietnam War when a North Vietnamese army tank went through its gates. Then taking a short stroll to see Notre Dame Cathedral and General Post Office, they are the beautiful examples of architecture from the French colonial period.



  • English speaking guide
  • Bus fare

Not included

  • Entrance ticket
  • Lunch
  • Gratuities


  • Should it happen that the number of passengers does not reach the minimum passengers for the realization of the travel arrangement 6, you will be sent a cancellation email 3days before departure.
  • Please arrive at least 20 minutes before the departure time and bring the passport and voucher to check in at the counter.