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Kon Tum – Battlefield Polei Kleng

Kon Tum's relaxed ambience, friendly locals, river setting and relatively traffic-free streets make it a great stop for travellers intent on exploring the surrounding hill-tribe villages, of which there are 700 or so dotting the area – mostly Bahnar, but also Sedang and Jarai. This is a far better base than Pleiku for delving into indigenous culture, and there are a few intriguing sights in Kon Tum itself.

The region saw its share of combat during the American War. A major battle between the South and North Vietnamese took place in and around Kon Tum in the spring of 1972, when the area was devastated by American B-52 raids.

Full itinerary

Day 1 Kon Tum – Battlefield Polei Kleng (L)

9:00 Guide to welcome guests from the hotel. Driving to the airport Polei Kleng (special forces) near the Vietnam-Cambodia border (is one of the first places in operation Picket) Vietnam Army backs. Back to Kontum. Fee time for lunch
Afternoon: visit some of the villages of ethnic minorities: Pleitonghia village, Konrobang village and Konhngokotu village.  

End the tour at 16:00-16:30.

Price and Condition

Service included:

  • Guide
  • Transportation
  • Entrance fees
  • Meal as mention in program

Service excluded:

  • Personal expenses: drinks, tips for guide and driver
  • Travel insurance

Price and Condition

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