TAG : Ba Ria - Vung Tau

  • Sea-going & sturdy

    Sea-going & sturdy

    The tradition of producing thuyen thung (round boats) in southern Ba Ria Vung Tau province began in the 1980s, following the flow of people immigrating from the central region to the province.

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  • Easy Retreat

    Easy Retreat

    Phuoc Hai beach in Ba Ria Vung Tau province is the ideal place for a weekend away from the throng.

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  • Standing apart

    Standing apart

    Throughout Vietnam can be found groups of people with a way of life that differs dramatically from any other group in the country.

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  • A SPECIAL TRIBUTE

    A SPECIAL TRIBUTE

    An old housing complex in Vung Tau stands in honour of a man who continues to make an impression.

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  • Opening of Pullman Vung Tau

    Opening of Pullman Vung Tau

    AccorHotels has announced the opening of Pullman Vung Tau, the first five-star international hotel in the seaside destination, just one and a half hour’s drive from HCMC. Featuring seamless service, the largest meeting facilities in southern Vietnam, and spectacular views of Back Beach and Front Beach, Pullman Vung Tau is perfect for business travellers and MICE services. The hotel features 356 spacious rooms and suites (Superior, Deluxe, Deluxe Executive, and Deluxe Suite) with views overlooking the city and the sea, along with complementary wi-fi, an Executive Lounge on the 11th floor, the all-day dining Riviera restaurant, Corniche Ultra Lounge, Lobby Bar, Pool Bar, and two Grand Ballrooms.

  • An oasis of calm

    An oasis of calm

    Just 90 minutes from HCMC, Alma Oasis Long Hai is the perfect idyllic resort for anyone wishing to spend a peaceful beach holiday surrounded by lush greenery and a gorgeous panoramic hilltop view

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  • Familiar And Not So

    Familiar And Not So

    Vung tau has its celebrated drawcards and others perhaps less celebrated.

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  • Speedboats for HCMC - Vung Tau route

    The first double-deck speedboat, Greenlines DP, will take to the Saigon River in November to replace the hydrofoils that previously plied the route between HCMC and the southern coastal city of Vung Tau. With two engines, the new speedboat is more fuel efficient and safer than the old hydrofoils. It can run at 55-60 km/h, taking one hour and 15 minutes to complete the trip. A one-way ticket costs VND250,000 ($11.5). The boat, which cost $1 million, was designed by a Vietnamese engineer under European standards.

  • Unadulterated beauty

    Unadulterated beauty

    Ho Tram may be well and truly on the radars of resort investors but there’s still large stretches of untouched coastline to appreciate.

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