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About Vung Tau City
Vung Tau is a resort town in the province of Ba Ria - Vung Tau, 125 km from HCMC. The town is a long strip approximately 14 km long and 6 km wide. Where the southern tip of town meets the ocean stand two famous mountains Nui Lon (Truong Ky) and Nui Nho (Tao Phung).

Ba Ria - Vung Tau"s terrain includes mountains, hill, beaches, plains and sand dunes stretching put along the 100-km long coastline.

How to get here: Vung Tau is 125km from Saigon
Hydrofoil - Vina Express operates hydrofoils from central HCMC to Vung Tau. It takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes and costs US$ 10 one way for foreigners.
Vung Tau Sightseeings
VUNG TAU BEACHES: Vung Tau is an old port, and the first Vietnamese area to be visited by local vacationers. It is located on a 110 area, 125 km south-east of Ho Chi Minh city. With an average temperature of 28oC and 20 km of beautiful coastline, it"s no wonder that it"s a popular spot. Vung Tau have five beaches scattered over the peninsula.

Bai Truoc - Front Beach: Bai Truoc is also known as Bai Tam Duong. Tam Duong means "searching for the sun". The beach is located between Nui Lon mountain and Nui Nho mountain.

From afar, the beach is shaped like a crescent moon, and along the beach, there are many coconut trees. Not a clean beach for swimming, it has many kiosks, open-air restaurants and bars and it is the beach closest to urban Vung Tau.

Bai Sau - Rear Beach: Bai Sau is also known as Bai Thuy Van. This stretch of beach is located in the southeast side of town and is about 10 km in length from the base of Nui Nho. The most popular beach in Vung Tau, it is packed with Saigonese every weekend during the summer months. Teenagers arrive on scooters (3 hrs travel), locals by mini-van or bus (2 hrs) and affluent tourists by hydro-foil boats (1 1/2 hr). The sea is calm during the rainy season but there are frequent periods of high winds and big waves during the dry season. Strong undertow currents make swimming dangerous in some spots.

Bai Dua - Pineapple Beach: Historically known for its wild pineapple trees and black rocks, Bai Dua is located at the foot of Nui Nho Mountain. It is the smallest of the four major beaches in Vung Tau but very popular for its calm waters and its majestic sunset.

Bai Dua is also known as Huong Phuong beach. Visitors come to this rocky cove for its tranquility and cleanliness.

Paradise Beach: In 1994, a taiwanese conglomerate paid a large sum of money to the vietnamese government for the right to build a theme park with private beach on the northern end of Bai Sau.

This beach, not too aptly named Paradise Beach, is open to the public but requires an entrance fee. Everything here costs twice as much as at the other beaches. It is populated mostly with group tourists from other Asian countries.
Vietnam Air Service Company (Vasco) operates flights (Helijet) between Ho Chi Minh city and Con Dao three times a week. The Vasco office in Ho Chi Minh city is at 114 Bach Dang Rd. - Tel: 8422790.
There is also flight from Vung Tau to Con Dao island on Saturday
Vasco at 27 Quang Trung Blvd. - Tel: 856100

Vietnam Airlines Booking Office:
33-35 Tran Hung Dao St. Tel: 853699