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  • chris9393

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    First time going to Vietnam soon in which I will be spending a full month there. Has anyone done any war tours that they would recommend when in Vietnam as this is going to be one of the main highlights of my trip.

    Many Thanks

    #1 Posted: 23/8/2014 - 11:31

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  • larsay

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    20th July, 2014
    Posts: 24

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    Not so many ! The most popular are the Cu Chi Tunnels in the South (to be done in one day excursion together to the magic Cao dai temple of Tay Ninh) and te DMZ, that you can visit in an organized excursion of one-3 days from Hue in Central Vietnam

    #2 Posted: 29/8/2014 - 05:52

  • larsay

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    I forgot ! Which war ? For the French Indochina War, you have tours to Dien Bien Phu and to Cao Bang. For the first one, open

    [url=http://http://www.orientalbridge.com/vietnam-north-grand_tours.htm]http://www.orientalbridge.com/vietnam-north-grand_tours.htm[/url]

    For the last one, the agency is the only one to organize a tour of the RC4 battlefields, but it is in the website in French only
    [url=http://http://www.orientalbridge.com/nord-du-vietnam-4-6-jours.htm]
    http://www.orientalbridge.com/nord-du-vietnam-4-6-jours.htm[/url]
    "Tour historique de la RC 4 "

    And NO, I do not work for that agency !!!!

    #3 Posted: 20/9/2014 - 01:43

  • jennynguyen-
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    My Lai Village ( belong Quang Ngai province) has sadly become famous because of the mass murder of civilians during the US-Vietnam War. On 16th March 1968, the soldiers of the Charlie Company – 1st Battalion, the 20th Infantry Regiment, and the 11th Brigade of the American Division entered into My Lai Village looking for the Viet Cong soldiers. Some American soldiers suspected that some of the enemies were hiding in the village, protected by the villagers. This led to a mass murder of over 300 unarmed civilians including women, children and elderly parents.

    #4 Posted: 21/9/2014 - 22:01

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