Indulge yourself in 5 fascinating beaches in Vung Tau

18/09/2018   469  5/5 trong 2 rates 
Indulge yourself in 5 fascinating beaches in Vung Tau
Vung Tau - a very attractive destination with beautiful beaches. It is also a familiar place for tourists to relax and enjoy at weekend or TET holiday. However, you must be wondering that where the fascinating beaches are in Vung Tau.

 
  • Ho Coc Beach

    Ho Coc BeachHo Coc Beach

    Ho Coc Beach is located in Xuyen Moc District, Ba Ria - Vung Tau Province, about 150km from Ho Chi Minh City.
    Ho Coc Beach with its turquoise water and primitive forests has become a popular spot in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau, attracting an increasing number of tourists.
    Ho Coc Beach has pristine sand-bank to explore on foot and clear water for swimming. Surrounding the 1,5-kilometer beach is a primitive forest with big, shady trees and a variety of smaller flora. In addition to bathing in the sea, visitors can try kayaking on the sea, angling for fish and squid from “thuyen thung” (a coracle made of bamboo), or riding sports bikes to explore this region.
    Especially, Ho Coc is also voted one of the world's cheap tourist paradise. Therefore, you can easily discover the beautiful beaches, eat fresh seafood without worrying about the cost.

  • Bai Sau (Back Beach)

    Bai Sau (Back Beach)Bai Sau (Back Beach)

    Located in the southern Vung Tau, known as Thuy Van or Thuy Duong, Back Beach is known for one of the most beautiful beaches in Vietnam with white sand and long beach.
    In Bai Sau, there is a popular kind of entertainment: Paradis, the upgraded swimming and relaxing area, and a system of modern hotels, welcoming all tourists. The main beach of Vung Tau, Back Beach is better than Front Beach and features more conveniences for visitors such as upscale hotels, restaurants and beach clubs, as well as local vendors renting umbrellas and other small goods.

  • Mulberry Beach (Bai Dau)

    Mulberry Beach (Bai Dau)Mulberry Beach (Bai Dau)

    Mulberry Beach is at the foot of the Big mountain, in the North of the city and only a few kilometers from the White Palace “Bach Dinh”. There used to be a lot of mulberry, so it is also named Mulberry beach. Nevertheless, today, there is no longer any mulberry. So, when mentioning about “Bai Dau”, people think of a windless and rocky beach.
    Mulberry Beach includes a quiet and peaceful space in combination with “Mother Maria” statue can attract many tourists. Tourists should walk on about a few meters to see a 30meter-high statue of Mother Maria shining in the green picturesque forest and sea landscape.

  • Dam Trau Beach

    Dam Trau BeachDam Trau Beach

    Located in the north of main island, Dam Trau Beach has been symbolic to a yellow ribbon tied across the green carpet. If you want to explore ecosystems such as coastal wetlands in the Mekong Delta, tourists should walk across the rocks to the beach with small lagoon. With many species of submerged vegetation such as water coconut, mangrove trees, growing on mud ground along streams during the rainy season, water flows down from the top of the canyon and the water becomes warm, so it is called hot stream.
    The beach is surrounded by pockets of tropical jungle, old green pine trees, and a prominent bamboo forest.

  • Suoi O Beach

    Suoi O BeachSuoi O Beach

    Suoi O beach, also known as Song Lo sea, is located in Binh Chau Commune, Xuyen Moc District, Ba Ria – Vung Tau Province. Coming here, tourists are surely astonished at the pristine and rustic beauty of nature, at the clear stream of fresh water and the charming white sand. The fresh air and lovely natural scenery and delicious food will help you have a fun and exciting weekend.
    If you come to the beach in the morning or in the afternoon, when fishermen are preparing to take their boats to the shore or to the sea, you can ask them to take you to the sea.

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