Vietnam is a fascinating cultural destination to explore, especially the southern region of the country that is home to some beautiful beaches as well as some unique tourist hotspots. Mui Ne is a very popular resort town that has seen a swell in tourist numbers ever since the massive influx of people wanting to witness the 1995 full solar eclipse. Mui Nei offers some pristine beaches, quaint local village life as well as the trappings of modern tourism, so visitors will enjoy a five-star experience at a Vietnam hotel here, especially at the Anantara Mui Ne Rest & Spa. Pampering its guests with the sumptuous settings of a spa extravaganza, this stylish resort in Mui Ne aims to please and will cater to all your hospitality whims. Nearby in the thriving cosmopolitan locale of Ho Chi Minh, go back in time to the country’s impressive military past, which saw the local communist movement drive the American forces out of the country to emerge victorious. Chief in its victory were the Cu Chi Tunnels, an intricate underground network that was an instrumental part of the Viet Cong’s defense strategy against the US and Southern Vietnamese forces. The tunnels of Cu Chi were used as key hiding spots for the guerrilla forces during the fighting, as well as serving as key supply and communication routes. It also housed the living quarters, hospitals, food sources and weapon stashes of the guerrillas during the fighting. These days, visitors can visit these iconic tunnels to revisit the Viet Cong experience during the height of the war. Try your luck at the shooting range where you can test-drive a variety of weapons such as the AK-47 as well as the M-60, and sit down to sample a simple Viet Cong meal to get an authentic taste of guerrilla life. It is an impressive part of the country’s history and is worth a visit when your travels take you to Vietnam.