Side Trips from Ho Chi Minh City Sights

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An Hai Beach

  • Beach–Sight

The beauty of An Hai Beach has been marred somewhat by the stalled construction of a pier across from the Con Son Café. Turn your back...

Back Beach

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Vung Tau's most popular beach has golden sands that stretch for miles, but it's not the prettiest or the cleanest beach around. Quiet...

Bay Canh Island

  • Island

This small islet east of Con Son, Con Dao's main island, is covered by rainforest and mangroves and its Cat Lon beach is a turtle nesting...

Ben Dinh

  • Historic District/Site

Most guided tours go to Ben Dinh, so it can get very crowded, which only adds to the claustrophobic feel of the tunnels. The firing range...

Ben Duoc

  • Historic District/Site

A much prettier site, with a temple and on-site resturant, Ben Duoc and usually less crowded than Ben Dinh, and has the added advantage...

Camille Saint-Saëns Room

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One of the rooms of the former French Maison des Passagers (Customs House) is dedicated to French composer Camille Saint-Saëns, who...

Can Gio UNESCO Biosphere Reserve

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This mangrove forest, officially part of Ho Chi Minh City, covers an area the size of Singapore. The old forest was destroyed by aerial...

Cao Dai Holy See

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The town of Tay Ninh is home to Cao Daism, an indigenous hybrid religion founded in 1926 by a mystic named Ngo Minh Chieu, and its impressive...

Christ the King Statue

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Rio has Christ the Redeemer overlooking the city, Vung Tau has Christ the King, a 32-meter (105-feet) -high statue on a 4-meter (13-feet)...

Con Dao Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

This vast museum, which opened in late 2013, has interesting and impressive exhibits that explore the themes (with signs in English and...

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