Side Trips from Ho Chi Minh City Sights

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Back Beach

  • Beach–Sight

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...

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)...

Front Beach Park

  • Park/Playground

One of Vung Tau's more quirky sights, Front Beach Park, sometimes called Statue Park, has a children's playground, fitness stations,...

Ho May Eco-Tourism Park

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Disregard the name—Ho May is a theme park, not an eco-tourism destination, but it offers a host of fun activities, starting with a...

Hon Ba Island

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Only accessible at low-tide across treacherous slippery rocks, Hon Ba Island is home to the Mieu Ba (lady) temple, dedicated to the patron...

Long Tan Cross

  • Memorial/Monument/Tomb

This marks the site of the Battle of Long Tan, which took place on August 18, 1966, between a regiment comprising 105 Australians and...

Mulberry Beach

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A cramped beach below Ha Long Street, not really a place you'd travel miles to see, despite the poetic name, and not ideal for swimming.

Niet Ban Tinh Xa Pagoda

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Completed in 1974, this pagoda at the base of Nho Mountain, is considered one of Vung Tau's most beautiful. The serene garden in front...

Our Lady of Bai Dau

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

On the west side of Lon Mountain is a 25-meter (82-feet) -high statue of the Virgin Mary holding aloft a baby Jesus. The statue is part...

Thich Ca Phat Dai Pagoda

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This Theravada Buddhism temple, built between 1961 and 1963, is on the northwestern face of Lon Mountain. The highlights are a 10-meter...


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