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Update news Cu Chi Tunnels
Located in Cu Chi District, about 70km from downtown HCM City, Cu Chi Tunnels were built by local residents and soldiers using simple tools from 1946 to 1968 as shelters from US and Saigon troops during the war.
Cu Chi Tunnels, a popular destination for both domestic and foreign tourists thanks to its unique historical and architectural values, may soon join UNESCO’s list of world heritage.
HCM City authorities have sent a proposal to the Ministry of National Defence to seek UNESCO recognition for Cu Chi Tunnels, the largest underground tunnel network in Vietnam.
Does the Cu Chi Tunnels site have what it takes to receive world heritage status from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO)?
The HCM City People's Committee has sent a document to the Ministry of National Defense as it seeks advice on compiling relevant dossiers about the historic Cu Chi Tunnels as its strives to gain UNESCO’s recognition as a world heritage site.
VietNamNet Bridge - To protect the famous historical site Cu Chi Tunnels, which is at risk of serious erosion, Ho Chi Minh City has decided to build embankments at the cost of VND155 billion (nearly $7.5 million).
One of the simplest ways to escape the heat and smoke of Hanoi is to cycle to the Vietnam Forest Museum, a surprising hideaway where visitors can enjoy the fresh atmosphere of the jungle and learn about nature.
VietNamNet Bridge - Mui Ne sand dunes, Sapa, the Mekong Delta, Phu Quoc Island and the Cu Chi tunnels are the destinations of Vietnam that are listed among the 19 destinations in Southeast Asia that "will actually change your life" by Huffingtonpost.
VietNamNet Bridge – CNN has listed a system of tunnels in HCM City’s Cu Chi District as one of the world’s top underground tourist attractions.
VietNamNet Bridge – A visit to the Cu Chi tunnels is high on the list of most visitors to Vietnam. Now they have the option to put a new spin on the trip by side-stepping the traffic clogged access roads