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Private Vung Tau Beach Day Trip

1. Private Vung Tau Beach Day Trip

Discover the coastal city of Vung Tau City on this relaxing tour. You will begin with a welcoming pick-up from your accommodation and travel approximately 2.5 hours along scenic routes to the beautiful beach. Gaze across the beach out to the inviting sea, with its picturesque fishing boats bobbing on the water. You will also see an incredible mountainous landscape stretching behind you, creating a serene environment for you to relax and truly appreciate nature. Enjoy your time on the beach with a range of fun activities and games. There after, you will enjoy a lunch at a beachside restaurant. After lunch, you have freetime on the beach. Around 3:00pm, you come back the car. Saigon arrival, around 5:00pm. Wander up the mountainside to admire the statue of Jesus, the largest of its kind in Vietnam. You will experience the most wonderful panoramas of Vung Tau from the statue. Next, travel to the incredible 'White Palace' to visit the former Emperor’s palace. Thereafter, you will enjoy a lunch at a beachside restaurant.

From Phu My Port: Ho Chi Minh City Tour and Transfers

2. From Phu My Port: Ho Chi Minh City Tour and Transfers

Benefit from pickup at Phu My Port by a friendly driver, and then travel in air-conditioned comfort on the drive to Ho Chi Minh City. Take in the landscape and experience the everday hustle and bustle of the city on arrival. Visit key landmarks such as the Reunification Palace in the Colonial Quarter. See where the Vietnam War ended, and learn how this impressive building now serves as a memorial museum. Continue to the Notre-Dame Cathedral and learn about the important role the Catholic religion has played in the history of Vietnam. Admire the elegant Saigon Central Post Office, and go to the Museum of War Remnants to learn about a painful period in the recent history of Vietnam. Break for a lunch of local foods, including the traditional pho noodle soup. Delve into the local life as you head to Ben Thanh market to learn about the art of making embroidered crafts.  

Vung Tau: Shore Excursion with Guide from Phu My Port

3. Vung Tau: Shore Excursion with Guide from Phu My Port

Start your day with a walk along the coast of Back Beach, feel the sand beneath your toes, breathe the fresh sea air, and even take a refreshing dip in the ocean. Next, travel to Mount Nho to the famous Christ the King statue, snap a selfie with the statue and marvel at the incredible sea views from this vantage point. Onto Vung Tau, home to the most Buddha statues in Vietnam, to see the Pagoda of Nirvana, one of the most well-known and impressive Buddha statues standing at 12 meters high. Then, wander through the picturesque park at Front Beach and enjoy the tranquility of the seaside and learn about the interesting sculptures dotted around. With your appetite worked up from the morning, enjoy a traditional lunch at a famous seaside seafood restaurant; you can’t get fresher seafood than this! Let your food settle and then travel to White Palace. Perched 50 meters up Big Mountain, White Palace is a beautiful colonial-era mansion once built for a French Governor. Gaze at the panoramic views from the palace and learn about it’s carefully preserved antiques from the colonial era. Climb the top of a nearby hill to reach a beautiful lighthouse built by the French that offers stunning 360 degree views of the ocean and surrounding city. Then make your way to Whale Temple, an ornate building where fisherman traditionally pray for their safety, before returning to port in time for your cruise.

Private Tours of Cu Chi, HCMC, Mekong Delta from Phu My Port

4. Private Tours of Cu Chi, HCMC, Mekong Delta from Phu My Port

Welcome to Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon. With a guide accompanying you directly off the cruise ship pier you will make your way into the most populous metropolitan area in Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh City has everything from historic Pagodas to stunning skyscrapers making it one of the most intriguing destinations in all of Vietnam. Choose between three tours offered in Ho Chi Minh City for cruise ship passengers. Private Ho Chi Minh City Tour: Dive into the depths of Vietnamese history as you make your way to the Reunification Palace, which stands as the site where the Vietnam war ended. Make sure you bring your camera to capture the North Vietnamese tanks that crashed through the palaces gates back in 1975 and still serve as a reminder today. Once inside you will be able to explore the many rooms that appear to be untouched creating an atmosphere hard to find at other monuments. Make sure to take a look in the war command room which is littered with campaign maps and old communication equipment. Your panoramic city tour continues with photo stops at the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Central Post Office. The historic cathedral is located at a picturesque corner in downtown Ho Chi Minh city and will leave you standing in amazement at its unique French Colonial design. Private Cu Chi Tunnels Tour: There isn't a better place to have an in-depth reflection on the Vietnam war than the Cu Chi Tunnels. Considered the most famous battlegrounds in the country, these tunnels represent the core of the guerrilla combat style used by the Viet Cong throughout the war. Serving as communication routes, food and weapon storage facilities, living quarters and hospitals, the Cu Chi Tunnels embody the lifeline of this region's Viet Cong. The tunnels still remain as a reminder of the traumatic past of this area. Private Mekong Delta Tour: The Mekong Delta lies immediately to the west of Ho Chi Minh City. It is also called the rice bowl of Vietnam as it pumps out more than a third of the country's annual food crop from just ten percent of its total land mass. The Delta region displays a variety of physical landscape, from vast paddy files in the south to hills in the north and west. It's a water world where boats, houses, and markets float upon the numerous rivers, canals, and streams that crisscross the landscape like arteries.  

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What people are saying about Vung Tau

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Much to see.

The guid Cung was informative and very enthusiastic. We did see the Jesus statue, lighthius, templet, the royal palace and had a nice lunch. After lunch we had a swim in the sea.