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About Vung Tau

In the 19th century, Vung Tau - a seaside town just 125 km from Saigon - was a holiday playground for Vietnam's wealthy French rulers. They left a rich legacy for today's visitors to enjoy in the form of grand hotels and exquisite Belle Epoque mansions like the White Mansion (Bach Dinh). This was built in 1898 and has been a summer home to Vietnamese Heads of State ever since.

When taking one of our cruises to Vung Tau, stroll along the broad beach, flanked by two mountains and now lined with stylish hotels, and you will soon see the appeal of this lovely place, famed throughout the Far East for its exquisite pagodas.

Vung Tau cruises will give you the opportunity to visit the famous Niet Ban Tinh Xa, a place which lies on the side of Nui Nho mountain facing the ocean and is famed for its tranquil central garden, which is modelled on the garden in which Buddha entered Nirvana.

 

Shore excursions in Vung Tau

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