The next day we visited the Cho Chi Tunnels - a 125 mile long underground maze where thousands of fighters and villagers hid and fought during the Vietnam War. The Viet Cong built this vast network of tunnels in and around the district of Cho Chi, north of Siagon, and worked continually over 25 years to expand the multi-level network. The tunnels, which included mess halls, meeting rooms, medical facilities, small factories, and vast ammunition stores, allowed the Viet Cong to control large areas near Siagon. Our guide showed us an entrance, about 2' x 2' and we crawled down to a small operating room and back out another equally small exit.
That evening we went to a traditional water puppet show. It was entertaining. The puppeteers controlled their puppets with long sticks under the water.