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Demilitarized Zone Tours

Le Duan | Dong Ha, Vietnam
+84 93 477 53 27
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Le Duan | Dong Ha, Vietnam
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

My favourite monument in all our travels. We were on an 8-day Easy Rider trip and our guide kept saying he wanted to show us the statue of the 'Crying Mother' which was an intriguing thought. The name is very apt. This monument represents those...More

Thank SirandMommie
Reviewed 17 January 2017

If you are a young Vietnamese growing up after the war, Hien Luong bridge over Ben Hai river is really worth visit. The DMZ marks 21 year separation of the South and the North (1954 - 1975), which is still seen as the blue painted...More

1  Thank Phương M
Reviewed 29 December 2016

I visited this place as part of my easy motorbike trip. A museum guide will explain the history of this place.There are some maps, old photographs with explanations, artifact such as the loudhailers used by both North & South sides to to broadcast propaganda. Just...More

1  Thank LG_Kay
Reviewed 1 July 2016

The DMZ is an interesting place to visit for people who enjoy history. Otherwise, it will probably be a boring experience. There is really not much to see or do there. 20 minutes should be sufficient for visiting this site.

1  Thank urbannomad1
Reviewed 23 June 2016

I went on a 1 Day tour for this (SInh tourist - 379 000 Dong) Important place significant in Vietnam war.... U'll be taken to a museum and to understand the history of the DMZ ... one of the most heavily bombed places... Highlight was...More

Thank jalee77
Reviewed 8 June 2016 via mobile

The old demilitarised zone in Vietnam is basically a must-see for history lovers. We joined a local tour costing 23 USD a person. Luckily our tour guide was one who was able to speak fluent English, but I am sure not everyone is so fortunate....More

1  Thank 260yvonnel
Reviewed 4 May 2016

Once the most heavily bombed strip of land in the world, a bridge connects the areas formerly designated as North and South Vietnam. If you're in the area it is more than worth a visit.

1  Thank Boise_Jax
Reviewed 1 April 2016

We were told by our guide that there wasn't much to see at the DMZ and he said its not worth the journey. We had reservations once we heard this and wondered whether to go or not. We decided to take the chance and went....More

Thank Tricia04
Reviewed 4 July 2015 via mobile

We took a tour through the DMZ with what appears to be one of only a couple of companies that run them all. It was an absolute highlight of our trip and definitely worth doing. Our guide spoke perfect English and was incredibly friendly and...More

2  Thank ShaeVickers
Reviewed 21 February 2015

The museum has a nice photo collection which gives a good impression of what was going on here during he war. However, if you really want some background information on the bridge and the monument, we advise you to visit the site with a guide....More

Thank Kurtenwendy
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