Ba Ria-Vung Tau province is in the Southeast region; the climate is tropical monsoon with an average annual temperature of about 27 degrees Celsius; it has a coastline of 305,4 km with about 156 km of gentle sandy beaches, blue water can be used as a beach and resort tourism development. Besides, Ba Ria Vung Tau also has many other attractive tourist attractions. Here are 14 attractions that have overlooked the sea tourist attractions here.
Bai Truoc Park
Bai Truoc Park is located in Ward 1, Vung Tau City; this is one of the destinations attracting many local people and tourists by the peaceful and airy natural scenery and fresh climate. Bai Truoc Park was formed more than 10 years ago after a campaign to relocate business households of the city government to serve tourists. Covering an area of more than 3ha, it is located in an excellent position on Quang Trung Street, one of the most beautiful roads in Vietnam, facing the sea, backrest and city.
Coming to Bai Truoc Park, visitors will be strolling along the winding streets in the park to watch the soaring coconut trees and hundred-year-old eagle trees shaded, mixed with colorful flowers next to the murmuring sea breeze. In particular, the apes and meanings; each sculpture will bring visitors a story, a meaningful contemplation apark is also home to 41 stone sculptures with the theme “Miracle of the Sea” with different shbout life.
Long Phuoc Tunnels
Long Phuoc Tunnels is located in Long Phuoc commune, about 7 km northeast of Ba Ria city center. This is heroic evidence of our army and people during the two wars of resistance against the French colonialists and the American imperialists.
Long Phuoc Tunnels is a location to commemorate the heroic revolutionary tradition, the pride and pride of the next generation, and a place to display the wise and innovative people’s war lines of the army and people of Ba Ria – Vung Tau province throughout the two resistance eras. Visitors can directly experience the feeling of moving in the tunnel to see all the wisdom, heroism, and hardships of the soldiers during the war.
Minh Dam Historic Area
Minh Dam Mountain is made up of a combination of many mountains with separate names, but closely linked together in a chain from north to south embracing the coast of Long Hai and Phuoc Hai including rocky mountains, Hon Thung, Da Ngang Mountain, Dien Ba Mountain, Chau Vien mountain, Zhang Africa mountain (also known as Ky Van mountain and lobe Van mountain), the mountains on the Chau Vien mountain range, Chau Long. It’s been called that since the end of the last century.
For tourists everywhere to visit and learn about the working process and activities of the forces on the base, the district has restored 04 main caves, including District Party Committee Cave and Military Medical Cave. Caves of Town Level and Hang Huyen Doi. These were the central workplaces and activities of the revolutionary forces during the French and American resistance wars.
Ho May eco-cultural tourism area
Ho May tourist area is one of the typical attractions in Ho Chi Minh City. Vung Tau, located on the Great Mountain near the sea, converges a full range of services to give visitors a perfect trip. Before coming to Ho May, visitors will experience the modern cable car system, unique in Vung Tau. The feeling of flying to the clouds is extraordinary.
Visitors can visit by tram, double bike, or carriage here. There are many exciting recreational activities, thrilling games, such as slopes, pirate boats, and racing boating… Up to Ho May Lake, visitors will see the miniature city of Vung Tau from above, be released to the blue clouds to enjoy delicious seafood and catch the eye of the murmuring waves, or watch the ships crossing the waves.
Suppose you are in Ho May at sunset or night. In that case, the scenery here will be truly magical when you admire the panoramic view of Vung Tau coastal city with all colors of enchanting radiance, feel the life in the space very peaceful when sipping the cup of fragrant tea, just watching the urban flourishing from high mountains.
Nuoc Ngot Pass
Nuoc Ngot Pass is located about 25km from Vung Tau city and about 2km from Long Hai Sea; this is a small pass connecting Long Dien and Red Earth districts. With a winding coastal road about 5 km long on one side, the mountain on the other side is a beautiful meandering sea.
Coming to the Nuoc Ngot Pass, visitors will feel excited by the wild scenery and the solidity and majesty of the rocky outcrops on the coast. The beach is clean, flat, and stretched, mixed with the blue of the tranquil ocean row, suitable for groups of backpackers and young tourists to swim, organize collective games, and enjoy the fresh and wild nature.
Here visitors will experience the feeling of manually plugging and setting up a small tent, together organizing a simple BBQ party from sea seafood and night to gather together, dance and sing by the fire. Sleep close to the shore, hear the sound of waves and sea breezes rolling in close to the ear, awaken to the sound of birds, and watch the sunrise on the rocks.
Statue of Christ the King
The statue of Christ the King or the statue of the Lord of Hands is one of the exciting places to be noticed when tourists visit and explore the coastal city of Vung Tau. The statue of Christ the King was started construction in the early 1972s, but due to many external factors, the structure was suspended and moved until 1994, officially inaugurated.
The statue has a height of 32 meters and is placed on the pedestal of the carved image of Christ and the 12 apostles; the length of the two arms is 18.4 meters. Inside the statue is a spiral staircase of 133 steps, running from the pedestal to the statue’s neck; the heart of the statue can accommodate 100 visitors simultaneously.
The road to the statue of God is very convenient; visitors can go to Bai Sau to go along Thuy Van Street to Nghinh Phong Cape or go to Ha Long Road from the front beach to Nghinh Phong Cape (the statue of God is located near Nghinh Phong cape), at the foot of the statue there is a parking lot for cars and motorbikes very spacious. Wanting to reach the statue of God, visitors send the vehicle to the foot of the mountain to climb through nearly 1,000 steps about 500 meters high; on either side are green trees, sometimes the fragrance of porcelain flowers.
The statue of Christ the King is open to visitors from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and does not charge a fee. When visiting the statue, visitors should remember to choose polite clothes, shirts with sleeves and pants or long skirts that are to pillow, so select suitable shoes that can walk comfortably to climb the high steps and stand.
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