Ky Anh Tunnel
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Hung Le
Asia203 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2024 • Family
We booked the trip on Viator with vising Tam Thanh Mural Village-MotherHoroic Statue,Chien Dang Cham Pa Tower and Ky Anh Tunnel.
This tunnel is the magical even I visited Cu Chi Tunnel before because it is length with 32 kms surrounding with dicks,houses, kitchen,bamboo trees...
It is nicer than Cu Chi tunnels because no tourist, authentic local life,calm and relax...
You should visit when you come to Hoi An.
Highly Recommended.
Written 20 May 2024
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Bee
United Kingdom178 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2024 • Couples
Really interesting insight into the lives of the local people during the war. Would be difficult to do entirely solo I think, as the veteran who showed us round didn't speak any more English than I speak Vietnamese, but our local guide translated for us. There's also a short video with subtitles before the tour itself starts. The tunnels also come up in various houses and gardens (under a haystack) ditches and a temple, so not entirely public areas. It's a very personal tour - just us and the guides, and we were the only people there at the time. There's a bit of clambering to do , getting in and through the tunnels themselves, but it is well worth the effort.
Written 14 April 2024
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Shelley M
Albany, New Zealand890 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2023
We had an english speaking guide with us and this was well worth the stop. A VC veteran manages the place and speaks no english, our guide could translate for us and the VC veteran told us lots of stories and gave us a tour - was so fascinating after having a tour Cu Chi tunnels with a Saigon Ranger - this gave a different perspective and super interesting. 32km of tunnels under the village with entrances in peoples kitchens and yards. The 500 year old tree was cool to see also and hear stories about it. Some tunnels had water in them and frogs - really enjoyed our visit here, no tourists for miles - was great! You really do need a driver to get you there.
Written 1 May 2023
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Gia Phuong Phan
28 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2020
I only recommend stopping this place if you have additional time during your trip. It was nice to actually see the Vietnamese tactical move against their enemies in the old day.
P.s: if you’re visiting without a guide, be reminded that one of the tunnel entrance is in a resident’s front yard (photo below), so make sure to ask for their permission.
Written 3 May 2020
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Greg R
Canberra, Australia332 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019
The map in the interpretation room show extensive network of tunnels under the village. Most are now flooded and inaccessible. It is possible to walk through one section with knee-deep water. Host is very congenial - no English.
Written 2 December 2019
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Kirsty H
60 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2019
Authentic gem!! Sometimes when you travel you feel as though you’ve discovered something no one else has yet and this is it ! We went as a group of 7 , 3 adults and 4 kids aged 6,9,10 and 12. We caught a return taxi from hoi an (around 1mil vnd for a 7 seater) and the driver stayed with us and took us to the mural city on the coast. Trip took about 1 hour to get there. There are not really any places to eat in the area so we just purchased some fruit from a local stall down there. When you arrive there is a big sign saying welcome to the tunnels as well as a building to the right. If you either drive or walk beyond that to the right you will find another building with another billboard and a telephone number to call. It took a while but our driver called and about 10 min later a guy turns up on a motorbike to start out private tour. We went in January and there was unfortunately water in the tunnels so we couldn’t go as far but nonetheless 2 kids and 1 adult went in twice coming up in different places. It felt so authentic you are right in a village and part of the non organised manner of this trip made it feel like you were discovering these tunnels yourself. The man who dug the tunnels daughters still live right at this spot and they happily waved and chatted in Vietnamese to us. We then went back to the main entrance to watch a 15 min video with English sub titles about the tunnels. We paid the guy 200k vnd which is far from what it was worth. 100% do not miss this out of your trip if you can do it !
Written 11 January 2019
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Vietnam1988
Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, Vietnam198 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2018 • Solo
Diamond of a find.

One of my new favourite attractions in Quang Nam.

Guide was very helpful and provided a lot of information in Vietnamese.
Written 3 November 2018
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Jannie N
Albany, Australia82 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Solo
After Tam Tranh village we came here late in the afternoon. We called the telephone number on the wall beside the entrance to the tunnel under the ancestor spiritual building.
My guide spoke with the man who arrived and showed us around. Descending into the tunnel was a challenge to overcome the feeling of confinement and it’s a dark place to be. At 60 I can’t imagine how it would feel to be a villager here and have war all around me. Can we ever, us lucky enough to live without this violent conflict?
The ladies, who were teenagers at the time of the war, now 79, told us of digging to tunnels and feeding the people in them and a little about the era.
Understanding local way of life through times of war is impossible for me. My heart was incapable of comprehension.
One tree here is more than 300 years old.
Written 19 October 2018
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Pete T
Seaford, Australia34 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2018 • Couples
Decided to put this on our list to do after reading other reviews on T/A.Off the tourist grid tunnel system set in a small village/farming area.Has been listed as a heritage/historical site.Arriving there our guide made a quick phone call and the local caretaker arrived to open the small museum attached to the main site.Mr Tim then opened the gates and proceeded to take us into the tunnel system.I found this very interesting as many villages would have had similar set ups during the war.As we were the only visitors there at that time I found it to be a very personal experience.Well worth it we thought,happy to recommend it.
Written 27 September 2018
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stanmoon
Hong Kong, China3 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Solo
I hired a driver in Hoi An, to take me an hour south to Ky Anh (bizarrely shown as United Kingdom tunnels on Google maps!), as Vinh Moc tunnels are 5 hours drive north of here.
On arrival at a local temple shrine, my driver found a sign with a phone number on which he proceeded to call, then 5 mins later Mr Kim turned up on a moped, and opened up a hall at the shrine entrance, with a few photos and some written English, plus tunnel maps, then took me round the back and down into a first aid bunker and deeper tunnel (very low ceiling if tall like me!) through which we slowly walked bent double - halfway through we could see daylight above, and faces of three old ladies smiling down, and then on hands and knees crawled further to an exit under a haystack in a farmyard - we then walked back for a quick chat with the lovely ladies, and was then shown through the jungle to paddy fields, past a 500 year old tree, and back into the jungle again to an underground commanders bunker with 4 exits. Later Mr Kim took me to see a glorious revolutionary video with English subtitles, plus another with him appearing regularly on local tv, sadly only in Vietnamese. I took my leave after a photo shoot, and a very enjoyable time spent with him. I only wish they would open up a few more of the 20 miles of tunnels for tourists to visit!
Written 9 August 2018
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