Vung Tau

Vung Tau is a coastal city located in the southern part of Vietnam. It is situated on a peninsula in the province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau and is approximately 125 kilometers (78 miles) southeast of Ho Chi Minh City. The city has a population of over 300,000 people. Vung Tau is a popular tourist destination due to its beautiful beaches, scenic nature, rich culture, and historical significance. It is a hub for water sports such as swimming, surfing, and fishing. The city is also known for its seafood, which is a major attraction for tourists. One of the main attractions in Vung Tau is the Vung Tau Lighthouse, which was built by the French in 1862. The lighthouse provides stunning views of the city and the surrounding area. Another popular attraction is the statue of Jesus Christ on the top of Nho Mountain, which is 32 meters (105 feet) high and can be seen from afar. Vung Tau is also home to several historical sites such as the White Palace, which was built in the early 20th century, and the Long Son Island, which was a prison during the Vietnam War. The city also has several museums and art galleries that showcase the rich culture and history of the region.

Vung Tau Highlights

Hightlight tours in Vung Tau