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Van Limousine & Car Rentals from Ho Chi Minh to Cu Chi Tunnel with Asia Transport

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Asia Transport extends its offerings for private transportation, presenting the costs for traveling from Ho Chi Minh to Cu Chi City.


Our fleet includes Minibuses, Vans, and luxurious 7- to 9-seater Limousines, accompanied by skilled drivers, covering a distance of 27 km in just 50 minutes.


We ensure basic English-speaking drivers, free Wi-Fi, complementary water, all at no extra charge.




Rental Rates for Private Limousines and Cars

- Xpander 7-seaters: $104

- Kia Carnival 7-seaters: $145

- Dcar Vip Lounge/Hyundai Limousine 9-seaters: $158


Please request a quote for 11, 16, 19, 28-seater vehicles.

Exchange rate: 1 USD = 24,000 VND


Tailored Rentals for Your Group Size

- Under 9 pax: 9-seater Van Limousine

- For groups with 11, 15, or 18 pax: 11, 15, 18-seater Minibus Limousine

- Under 6 pax: 7-seater Cars like Sedona, Carnival, Xpander, Veloz


Inclusions and Contact Information

Our rental includes a driver, fuel, tolls, Wi-Fi, refreshments, and a multilingual driver experienced in basic English. Contact us via:

- Urgent: +84899162338 (Whatsapp)


Time and Distance Details

From Ho Chi Minh to Cu Chi, it's a 27 km journey taking approximately 50 minutes.


Exploring Cu Chi Tunnels


The Cu Chi Tunnels, situated 40 km northwest of Ho Chi Minh City, are a colossal underground tunnel system built during the Vietnam War.


Spanning 250 km, these tunnels played a crucial role in supporting army operations. Today, they serve as a renowned tourist destination, offering insights into wartime history and weaponry.


About Asia Transport

Specializing in SUV 7-seaters and Passenger Van Limousine rentals, we cater to various travel needs, ensuring comfort and class throughout your journey.


For bookings or inquiries about Van, Minibus, SUV Rentals from Ho Chi Minh to Cu Chi, Asia Transport offers competitive prices and prompt services. Contact us today for exclusive deals!



When planning a visit to the Cu Chi Tunnels, here are some essential considerations:


1. Select the right site: There are two primary tunnel sites, Ben Dinh and Ben Duoc. Ben Dinh caters more to tourists, while Ben Duoc provides a larger and more authentic experience.


2. Be prepared for the weather: Vietnam's climate is typically hot and humid, especially in the summer. Dress in lightweight clothing and comfortable shoes suitable for walking. Don't forget essentials like a hat, sunscreen, and insect repellent.


3. Consider the conditions: The tunnels can feel cramped and dusty, which may not be suitable for those with allergies or claustrophobia. Expect uneven terrain and low ceilings during your exploration.


4. Show respect for history: The Cu Chi Tunnels hold significant historical importance from the Vietnam War era. Maintain reverence for the site and its stories by refraining from loud behavior or disrupting exhibits.


5. Educate yourself about the tunnels: Take advantage of the various exhibits and displays available to learn about the construction and significance of these tunnels. Gain insight into the resourcefulness and endurance of the Vietnamese people who utilized them.


6. Sample local cuisine: Surrounding the Cu Chi Tunnels, you'll find a variety of delectable Vietnamese dishes. Don't miss the opportunity to savor local specialties like banh xeo (Vietnamese crepe) or bun bo Hue (spicy beef noodle soup).


7. Opt for a guided tour: Enhance your understanding of the tunnels' history and explore hidden areas by joining a guided tour. Many tour operators offer both half-day and full-day excursions of the Cu Chi Tunnels.


By adhering to these suggestions, you can maximize your experience at the Cu Chi Tunnels and gain deeper insights into this captivating aspect of Vietnamese history.


ASIA TRANSPORT

►42/85 Bat Khoi, Long Bien, Hanoi, Vietnam

►80B Nguyen Van Cu, Long Bien, Hanoi, Vietnam

►Hotline: 08991622338

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