Con Dao Island was ever known as a “hell on earth”, where the historical imprint of a period of national struggle against French & American that still exists to the moment as evidence of war crime. Discover “the hell on earth” is a wounded experience of the senseless wars that French and American have left on this land.
|Rate per person|
|350,000 VNĐ||245,000 VNĐ|
☘️ Itinery & Schetdule:
13:30 - 14:00: Pick up at hotels
within central town
14:10: Visit Con Son Museum:
Learn the history of Con Dao through artifacts, antiquities, photos and documents saved from the French period to the present.
14:30: The Lord's Palace: Formerly the residence and working place of the island lords who ruled prison camps through out the wars against Franch and American.
15:00: Phu Hai Camp:
Is where marked the exiled footsteps of thousands of prisoners of Vietnam Communists along with the legend of "The Rice Mill", the torture room named "Dark Room", "The Con Lon Breaking Stone Area", ...
15:30: Tiger Cage System
: Explore the system of political prisoners’ solitary confinement rooms hidden between the mazes of inner and outer gates to distract prisoners and distract observations. The most brutal forms of torture took place here.
16:30: Cow Barn Isolated Area: Used to be a place to raise cows and pigs with 9 solitary confinement rooms, 24 pig compartments, 2 cow sheds and 1 cow dung cellar. In 1930, France turned the cow sheds into a prison for female prisoners. In 1963, to expand the prison, the US converted 24 pig compartments into 24 cells. Political prisoners who resisted to salute of the flags of America & South Vietnam, held in shackles for a long time, suffered from physical paralysis, were brought here to continue their exile.
17:00: Hang Duong Cemetery: The burial place of thousands of Vietnamese revolutionary soldiers and patriots through generations of imprisonment, lasting from 1862 to 1975.
17:30: Tomb of Vo Thi Sau: The national hero who was killed in Con Dao at the age of 17 during the war against the French
18:00: Back to the hotel
- End tour