Ho Chi Minh in 3 days

My friends and I set off to Ho Chi Minh City or Saigon. My Vietnam experience was awesome that it made me want to be back again and again.

Day 1

On our first day, we had a trip to Cao Dai Temple and Cu Chi Tunnel. The trip was about two to three hours away from the city.

20120310_130007Cao Dai Temple is the place where people worship their God. Their religion is a combination of Confucianism, Protestantism and Buddhism.


Cu Chi Tunnel is the place where tourists will have a glimpse on how the Vietnamese people lived and fought for their freedom during the Vietnam War.

There were a lot of tunnels that served as their secret passage. I was able to pass through the 100m tunnel. The tunnel was so small and there were dark areas. Hurray! An achievement for me that I was able to do it!

Day 2

On our second day, we cruised along Mekong Delta. If I could remember it right, it was three hours away from the city. But sad to say, the Mekong River would never be the same years from now according to our tour guide.


Mekong Delta is the source of life of the Vietnamese people.

Day 3

We spent our third day touring the city of Ho Chi Minh.


Here at the War Remnants Museum, we reminisced the past events happened during the Vietnam-American War


Chinese Temple


Handicapped Handicrafts – Run by the government to help those people with special needs


Bin Thay Market – The biggest market in Ho Chi Minh


Notre Dame Cathedral


Independence Palace – The building built by French, but then, later on destroyed by the Americans

That was my first step in Vietnam, and I already fell in love with the place! Because of that great experience, I want to see more of what Vietnam can offer further! Indeed, I shall return again, Vietnam!

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