• Hanoi

  • Hatay

  • The Northwest & The Northeast

  • Hagiang

  • Baccan

  • Langson

  • Ha Long Bay

  • Haiphong

  • Namdinh

  • Thaibinh

  • Ninhbinh

  • Quangbinh - Quangtri

  • Hue

  • Danang

  • Hoian

  • The Central Highlands

  • Dalat

  • Nhatrang

  • Phanthiet

  • Baria - Vung Tau

  • Ho Chi Minh City

  • Binhduong - Binhphuoc

  • Mytho

  • Vinhlong

  • Cantho

  • Soctrang


    Telephone code: (84-64)
    Area: 1,956 km2
    Population: 800,568

    Baria-Vung Tau is southern coastal province comprising a plain, 100m above sea level, declining gradually to 80km of beautiful swimming beaches. The national park on the island of Con Dao features important historical and cultural remains. The province is favored by sunshine and sea breezes, and has an average temperature of 28 degrees.

    Baria-Vung Tau

    Con Dao Island
    Really 16 islets covering 72.2 sq km, that were once used as a prison for Vietnamese communists.

    Long Hai Beach
    Clean white sands. A peaceful haven with expansive ocean views.

    Binh Chau Hot Springs
    Located in the Xuyen Moc District national park, the springs cover more than a square kilometer and bubble through 70 subterranean outlets. The water temperature ranges from 40 to 84 degrees.

    Vung Tau City
    A beautiful seaside town built on 5km of coastline, 128km north east of Ho Chi Minh City. Vung Tau is seldom affected by tropical storms. An ideal spots for relaxing, swimming and sun bathing.

    Hai Dang
    A vintage lighthouse built in 1870 that stands 170m above sea level on Hai Dang Mountain.

    Suoi Tien
    Its name refers to a legend that on bright nights angels come down from heaven to bath here.



    Just visit the provinces flourished by the river that bears the same name. This is the country of many ethnic minorities like Cham, Khmer, Mnong, Stieng who settle in their own typical villages.
    Lai Thieu, a big fruit garden is only 30 minutes driver from Saigon. Just pick the fruit by yourselves like mangoes, mangosteens, rambutans, longans, sour berries, and grapefruits. The lake of Soc Xiem that bears the ethnic Stiengs' name, located in the middle of a beautiful valley covered by many plantations of rubber trees that encourage a romantic walk under the sunrise.


    This is the entry to the Mekong Delta. Mytho has the biggest fruit gardens. It is interesting to visit the ancient pagoda of Vinh Trang, which was built at the end of the 17th century. The pagoda owns a set of 18 wooden statues of arhats. The snake farm of Dong Tam also serves as an attractive tourist spot.


    Is one of the most scenic provinces in the heart of Mekong Delta. Cruising on the big river then entering smaller canals with gardens of fruits on both side or a stopover at the unique floating market right in the middle of the river is marvelous. From here, a visit to the Khmer villages with many ancient pagodas can be suggested.


    Located in the middle of the Mekong delta, used to be called the capital of the Western part of Vietnam that still gets the name now for white rice, Cantho straddles a network of rivers and canals. With abundant sunshine and high humidity, Cantho is the perfect place for ecotourism and boat trips. There are distinct dry and rainy seasons and an average temperature of about 27 degrees. Ethnic minorities include the Hoa and the Khmer.
    Long My Army Base
    A centre of the Communist resistance during the American war, the base, 60km south west of the city, is now a museum. The boat trip to the museum is itself a highlight.
    Bang Lang Stork Garden
    Thot Not District, famous for its many species of storks.
    Ong Pagoda
    Ong Pagoda was founded in 1556 by the Fujian Chinese Congregation and has been rebuilt in 1894, an outstanding example of religious architecture.
    Phung Hiep Floating Market
    Boats bring visitors to Cai Khe Island, Con Au, Phu An Park and Con Son. Beneath the trees bearing sau rieng, areca and oranges, one can enjoy delicious meal, lie in a hammock while listening to birds singing or when you have eaten, take a trip to the market gardens and farms.


    Many Khmer pagodas. The Ma Toc pagoda is the huge nest for thousand of big bats that sometimes become delicacies to the local people and tourists. The Khmer museum of ancient artifacts is marvelous. All exhibits reflect a deep culture full of myth. If you want to enjoy real nature, just go to Baclieu, Camau. You can walk into the bird sanctuaries. Mangrove forests hide an enormous source of wild life such as bats, tortoises, snacks, shrimps, crabs, fish and varieties of birds. Red head cranes choose Dongthap as their territories. Those race birds are researched by bird watchers and environmentalists.


    Is famous for the mountain, which form the border with Cambodia. Chaudoc with the Lady temple and a yearly pilgrimage attracts thousands of local people.


    Reputation is its scenery and historical places. Mac Cuu's temple is quite fascinating. The ferry that connects Hatien provides tourists with a change to enjoy the beauty of the open sea and mountains with farms of pepper plants. Hatien also possesses a small Halong Bay beach by mountain with caves, which have fostered many myths and legends.