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Vung Tau (Vũng Tàu) is a city in Southern Vietnam, about 125km from Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). Its close location to Saigon and its beauty and fresh air makes it a very popular destination for weekends. Seaside status makes Vung Tau a nearby paradise for Saigonners. However, for well-travelled foreigners, expect a bit less. The beach is not all too attractive with litter lining the coast, and most of the sandy eastern beach has signage about dangerous swimming. There are four beaches in the city center located in different positions.


  •  Bãi Trước (Front Beach)- Located on the center of Vung Tau and stands between Big and Small Mount. Restaurants, kiosks, and hotels are close to the beach. Front Beach is connected through a small park called Front Beach Park. As this lays on the tourist center of the city, most people come here to visit the park and view the sunset.
  • Bãi Sau (Back Beach) - Bãi Sau aka "Thùy Vân Beach" is the only standard beach for tourism in Vung Tau. It is 3 kilometer long and streches from the Small Mount to Paradise Park. All beaches here are free although you may cross some "water park" to get to the beach. There are services for keeping your belongings, usually 15,000 VND each person. Umbrella is 30,000 VND, chair 25,000 VND. Fresh water bathe costs 8,000 VND. Sea parachute with canoeing available all day.
  • Bãi Dứa (Pineapple Beach)- Small beach located along Hạ Long street, by Small Mount.
  • Bãi Dâu (Mulberry Beach)- Small beach located on the western side of Big Mount.
  • Bãi Dứa and Bãi Dâu are actually beaches along Mountains, thus you must go downstairs to get to the waterfront. There"s less sand and no safeguard
The White Palace ( Bach Dinh or Valla Blanche)

The White Palace is Vung Tau"s nicest colonial era mansion. It was built as a retreat for French Governor General Paul Doumer at the beginning of the twentieth century

Kito Status- Vung Tau City

Christ the King, of Vũng Tàu (Vietnamese: Tượng Chúa Kitô Vua) is a statue of  Jesus, standing on Mount Nho in Vung Tau, Ba Ria Vung Tau province. The Vietnam Catholic Association built the statue in 1974 and it was completed in 1993.

It is 32 metres (105 ft) high, standing on a 4 metres (13 ft) high platform, for a 36 metres (118 ft) total monument height with two outstretched arms spanning 18.3 metres (60 ft). There is a 133-step staircase inside the statue.

Light house in Vung Tau

Vung tau light house was first built in 1862, after the French colonials invaded three South East provinces. It is a cylinder with 18m height and 3m of diameter, in which there is a spiral staircase nearly up to the top and a way to the outside balcony to view Vung Tau city.

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