Observe the fascinating Caodist religious service at the Great Holy See Temple followed by a visit to a key region in the history of the Vietnam War - Cu Chi.
What to Expect
On this full-day tour, visit the unique Great Holy See Temple and observe the colourful daily religious service, then continue on to the Cu Chi tunnels.
One of the most striking temples of southeast Asia, the Cao Dai Great Holy See Temple has a unique architectural style that reflects the blended religious traditions of Caodaism, which combines elements of Buddhism, Christianity and Confucianism. Explore this fascinating site and attend the colourful noon-day mass - an experience not to be missed!
After lunch, you will move on to Cu Chi, located 60 km from Ho Chi Minh City. Known as the site from which the Vietnamese mounted their operations for the Tet Offensive in 1968, the area is rich with historical landmarks. Today a tranquil, pastoral setting, this area was once a "Free Target Zone" and suffered terrible destruction by bombs and mines.
A popular destination for both Vietnamese and foreign visitors, Cu Chi Tunnels are an important historical site for the resistance during the Vietnam War. Learn about this troubled period in history from a qualified guide.
- Air conditioned transportation
- Qualified English-speaking guide
- Entrance fee to Cu Chi Tunnels