HCM City once again proved itself to be a must-visit place in Asia as travellers named its network of wartime tunnels and a 130-year-old post office among the top 25 landmarks of the region.
The amazing tunnels at Củ Chi are attracting many visitors.
Already famous for its incredible network of underground tunnels, Củ Chi is using its rustic ambience to attract more visitors keen to get away from urban bustle, Sơn Hà finds.
Travel agents will offer discounts of 10-50 per cent on domestic and foreign tours at HCM City Tourism Fair 2017 to be held from March 23-26 at Lê Văn Tám Park in District 1.
For over a decade the pace of tourism development in HCM City has been rather slow due to limited products in terms of places of interest and cultural and entertainment activities for tourists.
Despite having a 1,000-km long network of canals and rivers, HCM City has developed its waterway tourism slowly in recent years, with only a few tours now operating.
Việt Nam’s tourism sector in the first quarter of 2016 acquired positive signs of development and continued to achieve new growth in the next phase.
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