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Like Cu Chi, but in Central Vietnam....

Interesting, but difficult to find and not as well maintained as Saigon's Cu Chi tunnel complex... read more

Reviewed November 28, 2017
David B L
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Los Angeles, California
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Our day tour took us to this tunnel which I thought was called Long Phuoc Tunnels. There is a... read more

Reviewed January 14, 2017
ROCruiser
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California
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Reviewed September 4, 2018

Enjoyed the trip to Kim Long tunnels. You could go down into the tunnels without feeling claustrophobic, quite roomy really, unless you were down there with hundreds of people! Very interesting area to visit.

Date of experience: August 2018
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Reviewed June 3, 2018

We visited as part of a tour. There was a small museum with a nice collection of artifacts and we learned a lot about how the tunnel complex began and then expanded and about the history of the tunnels and fighting (and escaping) tactics. The...More

Date of experience: March 2018
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Reviewed November 28, 2017

Interesting, but difficult to find and not as well maintained as Saigon's Cu Chi tunnel complex. Also a bit wet from the recent Typhoon. Having a flashlight / torch is essential as lighting is poor, or absent. Super, if you're a history buff or haven't...More

Date of experience: November 2017
Thank David B L
Reviewed January 14, 2017

Our day tour took us to this tunnel which I thought was called Long Phuoc Tunnels. There is a temple out front and the entrance to the tunnels was through an archway. Much easier access than the Cu Chi tunnel which we visited about 10...More

Date of experience: November 2016
Thank ROCruiser
Reviewed September 24, 2016

after being told that these tunnels are bigger than Chu Chi,we decided to find them, well it took a bit as no one left clues on adviser . Once there was excited until entry to tunnels ,could only go about 5 metres in either direction...More

Date of experience: September 2016
Thank Phillip K
Reviewed September 24, 2016 via mobile

After looking for places to go around Vung Tau, we decided we'll go on the long trip to TRY find these Kim Long tunnels. What a ride! Not worth it in my opinion, but I have tried my best to give directions we didn't have!...More

Date of experience: September 2016
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Reviewed August 23, 2016

Had a great day out there very interesting was very informative was will worth the time and day to have a look would go back again to have another look some much to see and learn about, the guide we had was the best

Date of experience: March 2016
Thank kevin r
Reviewed June 17, 2016 via mobile

Unless you have a guide which we did and he was Aussie you wouldn't know these tunnels were here. They are alot easier to access than the Cu Chi Tunnels and only a donation is required to go through them with the local guide who...More

Date of experience: June 2016
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Reviewed May 20, 2016

This was a way to see how some poor Vietnamese people had to live during the war. Squashed into crawl sized tunnels a lot of the time for years.

Date of experience: April 2016
Thank onawinner2016
Reviewed March 24, 2016

The local family who live at the tunnels are very friendly and hospitable and will provide you with iced water and bananas if you sit and talk with them in their rural setting amongst the goats, chickens, roosters, dogs etc. The extensive tunnel system is...More

Date of experience: March 2016
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