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Lunch at historical site

Dine like a five-star general at one of Vietnam’s most historical war sites. A new Asian Trails’ excursion enables delegates to enjoy an exclusive lunch near the Cu Chi Tunnels, a vast labyrinth of passageways used by the Viet Cong during the Vietnam War.

During the height of the conflict, the network stretched for 200 km on three levels and contained schools, hospitals, storage facilities and sleeping quarters. Situated 70 km north-west of Ho Chi Minh City, visitors can visit a 90-metre-long section of the corridor which have been specially enlarged for bigger Western frames.

As a special treat, Asian Trails can provide lunch in a rustic Vietcong-style camp where guests enjoy a delicious buffet amid the greenery of the jungle.

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