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Battle of Long Tan Cross, Vung Tau
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Learn about the Battle of Long Tan from the Vietnam War by visiting Battle of Long Tan Cross. The confrontation happened between the 6 Royal Australian Regiment and Vietnamese communist troops. Visit the site that commemorates the Australian victory and its loss at the same time. Listen to the stories and the memories surrounding the memorial, and leave some flowers to pay respects to the fallen soldiers. Consider hiring a guide, since it can be tricky to find the site. Put Battle of Long Tan Cross and other Vung Tau attractions into our Vung Tau tourist route planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Our trip was arranged through the cinnamon hotel HCMC who arranged the driver and guide - Dingo who we picked up on the way. I had read good thinks about dingo from previous reviews and was not dissap...  more »
  • Did this tour via Glenn at Tommy's Bar Vung Tau. A humbling experience greatly enhanced by the sheer scope of knowledge of Glenn Nolan. An absolute must do for any Aussie. Lest we forget. 
  • All Australians should read General Vo Nguyen Giap book on French defeat at Diem Bien Phu in 1953/54 where 10,000 were captured and 16,000 killed or wounded. The American 7th fleet was anchored near H...  more »
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  • This place we Vietnamese called "The Grave of Australian Invaders"...Because on 18/8/1966 Our Vietnamese Local Army attacked strongly, bravely to the base of Australian Troops killed 200 of Australian invaders ...we caught many heavy weapons, many of invaders were wounded seriously..Then The Invaders of Australian run away with fear and frightened !