Ho Chi Minh City is a place filled with fascinating culture, friendly locals, authentic local food and richness of history. It is known for its beautiful French architectural buildings after their conquest and influence in 1859. Saigon was originally the capital of South Vietnam under the People’s Army of Vietnam and use as the base
Cu Chi tunnels is a mass network of connecting tunnels located 70 km in the North West of Ho Chi Minh city. This system of deeply underground tunnels have several floors and alleys and stretches more than 250 km long into the Cambodia border. Viet Cong soldiers used the tunnels as the base of operations
Mekong Delta is a region in southwestern Vietnam where the great Mekong River flows. The river runs through six different countries, starting from Yunnan province of China to Southeast Asia, namely Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. It covers more than 15,000 square miles and plays a very important role for Vietnamese locals and wildlife. It
Mui Ne is a small coastal fishing town in Phan Thiet of Binh Thuan province and located about 180 km east from Ho Chi Minh city. Both locals and foreigners love to come here to relax and have a short getaway far from a busy city like Ho Chi Minh.