Ben Dinh Cu Chi Tunnels – a historical site that attracts visitors to Saigon

Ben Dinh Cu Chi Tunnels is a famous historical site that attracts tourists when coming to Saigon. Visiting Ben Dinh tunnels, visitors will learn about the years of the heroic struggle of the nation, learn the terrain of the tunnels and participate in the shooting.

Where is the address of Ben Dinh Cu Chi Tunnels?

Ben Dinh Cu Chi Tunnels is located in Ben Dinh hamlet, Nhuan Duc commune, Cu Chi district, Saigon. This famous historical relic in Saigon has an area of ​​17 hectares, with a campus for tourists to walk around, sightseeing and sightseeing. Ben Dinh Tunnels was built with a military role, a place to fight enemy attacks. Ben Dinh Tunnels relic is a place to attract tourists to learn about the history and patriotic spirit of our nation. 

Contact Info: 

– Address: Ben Dinh Hamlet, Nhuan Duc Commune, Cu Chi District, Ho Chi Minh City

– Opening hours: 7am – 5pm (Monday to Sunday)

– Ticket price: 20,000 VND (Vietnamese visitors) and 110,000 VND (foreign visitors).

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How to move to Ben Dinh Cu Chi tunnels 

Ben Dinh Cu Chi Tunnels is about 45km from the center of Saigon. So you can easily move to this historical site by many different means such as bus, motorbike… However, first of all, you need to get to Saigon by plane (for those of you who go to Saigon). from the North) or passenger cars (neighboring provinces), self-driving cars (self-driving cars, motorbikes). 

From the center of Saigon to the ruins of Ben Dinh tunnels, you can refer to the following ways of moving: 

– Bus : There are two bus routes to Ben Dinh tunnels, route 13 (Ben Thanh market – An Suong bus station). Then take bus line 122 to Tan Quy bus station and take bus 70 to reach Ben Dinh. Or you can take bus number 94 (Cho Lon – Cu Chi) to An Suong bus station). Then continue to move along bus line 13 above.  

– Self-driving car : If you go by self-driving car or motorbike, you follow the route Truong Chinh -> An Suong – Hoc Mon intersection -> follow TL15 to arrive. 

– Waterway : You can also go by water to Ben Dinh tunnels by canoe on the Saigon River. With this way of moving, you will be able to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the river along the way. Departure point is Bach Dang wharf.

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History of Ben Dinh Cu Chi Tunnels 

Ben Dinh Cu Chi Tunnels in Saigon belong to the system of Cu Chi tunnels built during the national resistance war against the French (from 1946 to 1948). At first, the tunnel was developed and expanded for anti-French purposes. 

At the time when the French attacked Cu Chi, the district Party Committee’s operating base had been moved to many places. In the period from 1964 to 1967, the Cu Chi tunnels were divided into many different branches and Ben Dinh hamlet was the most convenient location.

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Significance of Ben Dinh Cu Chi Tunnels relic 

Ben Dinh Cu Chi Tunnels were built like a battle map and diversified to meet the needs of fighting against foreign invaders. To build the current map of Ben Dinh tunnels, Cu Chi’s army and people took turns digging underground tunnels with only rudimentary tools. Some sections of the Ben Dinh tunnels were destroyed by tanks and bombs, but the people still persisted in creativity and solidified with the appearance today. 

Ben Dinh Tunnels relic has great significance for the battles during the Tet Offensive in 1968 and especially the great victory in the spring of 1975… It is a work with unique architecture and great significance. Historically, the Ben Dinh Tunnels relic is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

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What attractions are there in Ben Dinh Cu Chi Tunnels? 

Visiting Ben Dinh Cu Chi tunnels, visitors will have to walk for about half a day on the trail, through the tunnel to learn about the unique and creative terrain of our army and people. Visitors will be able to witness firsthand the hardships and resilient fighting spirit of the militia when reunifying the country.

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Coming to Ben Dinh tunnels, visitors can also watch movies about the history and development of Cu Chi tunnels . After that, visitors will learn about living places, weapons manufacturing tunnels, meeting rooms, museums… In particular, visitors will be photographed on the tank as a souvenir.

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The most interesting thing when visiting this tunnel is that, visitors will be moved down to the dry leaf tunnel to disguise. Let’s witness with our own eyes the famous Hoang Cam kitchen helping to cook and feed our army and people, but it was not difficult to go out for the enemy to detect. 

An interesting experience when coming to Ben Dinh Cu Chi tunnels is that visitors will be able to participate in shooting. This sport is loved by many tourists and wants to experience when coming to Ben Dinh tunnels. Visitors will be able to choose a gun with instructions to shoot.

What does the Ben Dinh Cu Chi tunnel have to attract tourists?Ben Dinh Tunnels relic is a place that attracts foreign tourists. Photo: Blog Kkday

After visiting, visitors can stop at the souvenir shop to choose souvenirs such as: crafts, ballpoint pens, lighters, rubber slippers, items made from bamboo and rattan. 

Ben Dinh Cu Chi Tunnels relic is an ideal destination to learn about the heroic history of the nation and the resilient fighting spirit of our army and people during the resistance war against the French. Hopefully with the above sharing will help you have the most complete tour when traveling to Saigon . 

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