South Vietnam Holiday With Anzac Day – 9 Days

On 25th April every year is a day that Australian and New Zealander celebrate the courage and sacrifice of all service personnel, particularly the service of the men of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps who landed on the bloody beaches of Anzac Cove at dawn on 25 April 1915 at a place with a strange name that is now part of the Australian language; Gallipoli. It is usual to have a Dawn Service and a march of former service men and women.
Many New Zealanders and Australians as well as Vietnamese go to Long Tan & Nui Dat to participate the ceremony. Be one of the participation and let’s join with us.