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[FRESH CRAFTED] LONG TAN-NUI DAT BATTLE FIELD-VUNG TAU BEACH

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Stop At: The Battle of Long Tan, Dat Do dist., Vung Tau Vietnam

Long Tan – Nui Dat Battle Field – Vung Tau Beach (full day trip)
Suitable for Australian!
Departure: daily
Duration: 1 day
Starting time: 8.00 AM
Finish time: 16:00 PM
Transportation: Bus
Meeting point: HanaTourist Office or your desired place upon requested.
You shall be picked up at your hotel and depart for the trip at 7:30am. Visit the sight of the former site of Australia’s Nui Dat Task Force Base (Nui Dat SAS Hill). Little remains of this camp except the columns of the main gate could be in the close up. The former runway is now a wide street in the local village and the old heli-pad is now a soccer field. A school established by the Australians is nearby. Followed drive past the location of the Horseshoe (access not permitted these days due to mining activity) to the Discourtesy Rubber Plantation. You will then visit the Long Tan Cross Memorial, a memorial raised by the Australians in August 1969 in memory of the great battle of Long Tan, before continuing on to the Long Phuoc Tunnels. Like other tunnels systems found in Vietnam, the Long Phuoc Tunnels goes with meeting areas, first aid stations, and fighting pits. Your guide will brief you on how the occupation of Nui Dat required removing all inhabitants within 2.5 miles (4 km), therefore forcibly resettling the people of Long Tan and Long Phuoc.

Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: The Robert Taylor Museum Of Worldwide Arms, 98 Tran Hung Dao Street, Ward 1, Vung Tau Vietnam

From Long Tan we shall head to the beach of Vung Tau. Have lunch with special local foods shall be served followed with a rest. Our next visit shall be The Robert Taylor Museum Of Worldwide Arms – The weapon museum of a 70-year-old British man in Vietnam. The private collection consits of 2,500 items ranging from guns and swords to army uniforms dating back to between the 17th and 20th centuries. They originated from nations around the world including The UK, France, Germany, Russia, Japan and the Netherlands. The collection visit will bring pleasure to visitors, create focal points for Vung Tau. The museum will be a place where people can know more about the history, culture and the development of the world. In 2011, the Vietnam Records Book Center recognized the museum as the largest private arms museum in Vietnam.
We head back HCMC in the afternoon and Trip Ends.

Duration: 4 hours
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Reviewed 5 May 2019 via mobile

Great tour great service. Duc Alex provided fantastic service, he is the go to tour guide. Take the speed boat return option. Long Tan memorial is very moving although it won’t be there much longer.More

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HanaTourist, Manager at Hana Tourist Vietnam, responded to this reviewResponded 7 May 2019

Dear Grill, Thank you so much for your review on the Tour. As you said, Long Tan shall not be there longer due to the industrial trend and expansion. These Tours were crafted then later Australian generation could be briefed about the history and treasure...More

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