Time Required : 2 - 3 hours (inclusive of Cu Chi Tunnels)
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A popular section of the larger Cu Chi Tunnels, Ben Dinh Tunnels are a historical attraction located at the outskirts of Ho Chi Minh City. These were used extensively by the Vietnamese Congress during the Tet Offensive of 1968. Replica bobby traps, barracks and sleeping quarters give you a taste of what life was back in the days of the war.
Take a trip down memory lane to Vietnam back in its revolutionary days. Here at Ben Dinh tunnels, one of the most popular tourist attractions, you will find a section of tunnel networks that show you how life was back in the day of Viet Cong. It is in fact a section of the larger Cu Chi tunnel network which were popular back in the day of the Vietnam War, and is located roughly 50 km from Ho Chi Minh City. Located amidst a eucalyptus forest, the complex also houses infirmaries, meeting rooms, barracks and even resting stations. It truly is a step into the days of the war, as this was the spot for hit and run guerilla warfare. Here one could also flee to seek refuge as it doubled as a bomb shelter. As of now, it is open to tourists like us, but with modifications.
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