Activities On Mekong River You Have Never Heard Of

Beyond sightseeing on luxury Cruises, a trip to Mekong River also offers you a wide range of activities that will be able to make your trip more and more meaningful and memorable including visiting local fruit gardens, ploughing with buffalos or watching the most endangered species. The top activities you might have never heard of are listed below.

Watching Irrawaddy Dolphins

Not so many tourists know that Mekong is home to one of the rarest and most endangered species in the world – the Irrawaddy Dolphin.

The Dolphins look quite different from other popular of its kind with an oval head, long flexible neck, and a small triangular dorsal fin with a blunt tip. The Irrawaddy dolphins are mostly shy of boats and people. They can only be recognized when spyhopping on the water’s surface or splitting water from their mouths, which causes their overhunting in the past. They are normally found in groups of 2-3 individuals and really helpful for local people on Mekong River as they drive fishes into fishermen’s nest. As a result, nest fishing also does harm to the population of Irrawaddy dolphin.

Cruising on Mekong river, you will have a chance to admire these beautiful creature and take some priceless photos or you will never find any them in the wild apart from Mekong river.

Floating Hotels in Mekong Delta

Beyond Luxury Mekong river cruises, floating hotels will be a unique choice for those who want to experience the daily life of local people in Mekong delta.

This is a good spot for you to approach the local lifestyle of Mekong Delta people, which situated among groups of local fishermen’s houses and their boats, witness nice view of the river and easily pay a visit to floating markets in the early morning.

The floating hotel also goes with essential modern facilities and equipment, which will not disappoint you.

Visiting tropical fruit gardens

Mekong delta is home to the best tropical fruits in Vietnam. Cruising on Mekong Delta will offer you the opportunity to visit one of the best fruit gardens in your Vietnam private tours.

Once arriving there, you will be able to not only observe the process of growing, watering, collecting fruits by friendly local farmers but also enjoy them right away. This is also a good chance to learn more about unique customs and culture of Mekong Delta’s farmers.

Experiencing farming in Laos

This is considered as one of the most interesting activities to do for tourists who want to discover the agriculture in Laos on a Mekong River cruise.
During the visit, visitors will have chance to communicate with the locals, learn how to do many unique farming methods that have never been revealed such as ploughing with buffalos, sowing the seeds and watering the crops etc.

Top Places to See in Chau Doc – Mekong Delta

Featured as a relaxing stopover of Saigon to Siem Reap Cruises, Chau Doc is an ideal destination to both discover a rich culture of Vietnamese people and explore various interesting spots lying on Mekong River basin. If you are thinking of a trip to this peaceful province, then you should have a look at my suggestion of top places to see here.

Tay An Pagoda
Located at the heart of Chau Doc city, Tay An pagoda is not only a charming tourist attraction but also an important spiritual site. Recognized as National Architectural Site, the pagoda is famous for its unique design and beautiful characteristics. 

Floating village
Floating village will be one of your highlight in your expedition in Chau Doc and Southern Vietnam. Visiting the village, you will be amazed of the possibility that the houses of local people is floating on by thousands of gathering boats of local people. They sell and trade food, drink, vegetables, flowers and countryside’s specialties. The tour will also offer you the opportunity to observe the daily activities of family in Chau Doc and understand the relationship between members of the family.

Thoai Ngoc Hau Temple
The Thoai Ngoc Hau Temple of Vinh Te District is one of many relic sites under Sam Mountain. This temple was built to worship Lord Thoai Ngoc Hau and his two Ladies during the 30s of the 20th Century.

Sam Mountain
At an elevation of 284 meters, Sam Mountain is an ideal place for tourist to admire the panorama of South Vietnam Border. Once driving to the top of Sam Mountain, you will have a chance to not only comfortably sightsee but also visit some famous two-century-year-old pagodas to learn more about religion as well as development of Buddhism in Vietnam.

Vinh Te Canal
Vinh Te, which was first constructed in 1819, was the biggest canal in Vietnam’s war time. Visiting the canal, you will have a chance to extend your knowledge about the relationship between Vietnam and Cambodia at the time the canal was being built as well as its mysterious history between the two countries.

Tra Su Forest 
If you are a wildlife lover, then paying a visit to Tra Su forest is a must. Located about 20 km from Chau Doc, the forest covers a huge area of 850ha with a extremely rich biodiversity. Once took part in the tour to Tra Su, you will be able to observe a lively Wildlife scene of thousands of species such as storks, herons, bats, turtles, snakes etc. You can also have many photo chances while passing by unique bamboo-cane houses of the locals.

>> Beside classic tours, you can choose a cruise on Mekong River to discover Chau Doc. View our Mekong river cruises here:

Exploring the Lesser - Known Cities of Burma

Tourists may know Myanmar through Yangon – the home of the gilded Shwedagon pagoda, Bagan – the temples plain of the ancient kingdom or Inle Lake – the tranquil body of water famous for the one leg – rowing technique. However, this country still has many things that are yet to be explored. Here is the list of such those interesting destinations in Burma.

1. Nay Pyi Taw

Nay Pyi Taw is now the national capital of Burma where features the outstanding buildings of the Parliament and Government. The city is also the home of the shimmering Uppatasanti Pagoda which has the same design with the famous Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon. When in Nay Pyi Taw, tourists not only have a chance to admire the amazing constructions but also indulge in the beauty of the nature in the Botanical garden, Zoological garden and Safari Park. The Gem Museum is also a great place to visit with the rare collections of sapphire, jade and ruby.

2. Pyin Oo Lwin

Pyin Oo Lwin or Maymyo used to be the camp of the British army in 1896, lying in the height of 3510 feet above the sea level. The town attracts tourists by the charming buildings bearing the colonial design which can be discovered by the horse cart. Moreover, visitors can also come to the National Kandawgyi Botanical Gardens to see the beautiful Pwe Kauk waterfalls. The Chinese temple built by Yunnan immigrants and the gigantic Buddha image made of a single marble piece in Maha Ant Htoo Kan Thar Pagoda are also the favorite spots of many travelers. This is such a great place for your Myanmar photography tour.

3. Taunggyi

Situated in the southern Shan State, Taunggyi is a must visit place in the Myanmar Private Holidays. This is where the colorful Tazaungdaing Fire Balloon Festival is held every year in the November playing an important role in Burma culture. When in Taunggyi, tourists can pay a visit to the impressive pagoda complex in Kakku or the gorgeous limestone cave system of Hten San. 

4. Myitkyina

Visiting the capital of Kachin state – Myitkyina, tourists will have an opportunity to see the source of the mighty Irrawaddy River and the largest body of water of Burma – Indawgyi lake. As many other places in the golden land, Myitkyina also features some outstanding Buddhist constructions in the area such as the Sutaung Pyi Pagoda complex or the enormous standing and reclining Buddha images. In addition, in January, the lively Kachin Manaw festival is celebrated with the participation of thousands people in and around Myitkyina performing the mass dance.

5. Mrauk-U

Just like Bagan, Mrauk – U features a great number of ancient monuments which bear high historical and cultural values. The city can be explored by bicycle, trishaw and horse carriage which slowly take you through the scenic landscape of beautiful terraces and rustic villages. To get to this ancient city, visitors can join on board of Burma River Cruises or take a bus drive from Yangon.

Discover the Highlights by the Banks of Irrawaddy River

Irrawaddy river plays an important part in Burmese culture, history and religious. Moreover, since the country opened its door for tourism, this waterway has served as the main Burma travel route. Due to the shallow water level, all Luxury Myanmar River Cruises are specially designed to adapt with this condition. Travelling by boat brings a different perspective of the monuments as well as access to some remote areas which can only reach by cruise. Let’s discover some amazing sites along the mighty river of Burma. 


This ancient capital of Burma features the magnificent plain of red brick Buddhist constructions, making its name aboard for the 2,000 temples and pagodas standing through the test of time. Lies along the bank of the Irrawaddy river, the archeological site carries a poetic but majestic look, charming reflects its shadow on the water. Tourists can catch the spectacular view over the temples plain of Bagan while enjoying your cocktail on the opening sun deck or simply through your cabin’s window.


Mandalay is the home of the last Burmese monarch which contains the marvelous royal palace accompanied with a number of historical sites. The city was first name as Yadanapon which means “city of gem” in Burmese language, then renamed after the famous Mandalay hill – the holy area where all the legends converged. Coming to this riverside city, tourists will have a chance to admire not only the elaborated wood – carving structures of the imperial enclosure but also the outstanding Kuthodaw pagoda and the world’s largest book. On the Irrawaddy Explorer journey to Mandalay, tourists can also visit to others famous sites of Burma such as Sagaing Hill, Ava (Inwa), Amarapura and Mingun. 


Yangon is the largest city of Myanmar where the breath – taking gilded Shwedagon Pagoda locates. This city is also famous for its massive market of Bogyoke Aung San or the shimmering Sule pagoda and the gigantic Buddha statues. Myanmar River Cruises promise to bring you the exceptional voyage with timeless memories.


Pyay is another highlight by the bank of the mighty Irrawaddy river which bears its own charms and beauty. You can see the enormous Buddha statue wearing the sunglasses in the Shwe Myet Hman pagoda or visit the magnificent Shwesandaw pagoda where is said to preserve a tooth and a strand of the Buddha’s hair.  What is more, by sailing to the north of Pyay, tourists can have a great opportunity to admire an impressive collection of Buddha images placed in the niches of Akauktaung mountain. 

Top 5 Things to Do in Hue

Located in Central Vietnam, Hue city is widely famous for its tranquil beauty, long-term cultural tradition, friendly people and a wide range of famous architectural and historical structures. Today, we would like to suggest to you 5 things to do in Hue when you have chance to visit this charming city.

1. Visit the Imperial Citadel
Located in the heart of the romantic Hue city, Hue Imperial City, one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites in Vietnam, will simply be the first attraction to see whenever you set foot in this city. Hue Imperial City is an incredibly huge complex covering an area of over 520ha – 100 times larger than Temple of Literature in Hanoi, which consists of 3 main segments: Hue Capital Citadel, Royal Citadel and Forbidden Citadel together with a lot of other parts including Royal park, wooden corridors, royal schools, etc. Visiting the complex, you will have to spend at least 3 hours walking to see most of the ancient structures, besides, you can take electric cars to transfer from one citadel to another as well to save your time and energy. Once entering inside this massive complex, you will be able to discover almost every corner of it, take photos (depending on each spot), or you can learn more about all functions, names and information about the complex by watching a short 3D architectural visualizing film with subtitles. The Imperial Citadel trip will offer you an opportunity to admire such a giant architectural masterpiece of Vietnam to be able to have an overview of Vietnamese Emperors’ luxurious life in the past and understand more about Vietnamese history.

Things to do in Hue

2. Go to some Imperial tombs
Along with The Imperial City, Emperor’s Tombs are also the must-see spots for domestic and international tourists among their Vietnam excursions. Located along the Perfume River bank, these Imperial tombs are surrounded by idyllic landscape of Hue City, which really makes visitors feel so peaceful and comfortable. There are many Imperial tombs in Hue, but the most outstanding ones must be Nguyen Dynasty’s including Gia Long, Tu Duc, Minh Mang, Thieu Tri, Dong Khanh, Duc Duc, Khai Dinh. They were all built for 2 main functions: playground and final resting-place for the Emperors. The tombs were built in Classic Royal Architecture with beautiful vignette of sacred icons and animals like dragons, turtles, phoenixes etc, which will sure definitely delight every art lovers.

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3. Visit Thien Mu Pagoda
Thien Mu Pagoda, considered as the very first pagoda as well as the symbol of Hue, is widely well-known for its harmonious architecture and its ancient beauty. Visiting the pagoda, you will be amazed by its picturesque appearance – a sacred Buddhist pagoda surrounded by stunning mountains and the dreamy Perfume River. Besides, there are also spectacular ancient exhibits inside the pagoda including Buddha statues, giant bronze bells and other gems dating back to centuries ago, which helps you understand more about the history as well as the development of Buddhism in Vietnam.

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4. Cruising on Perfume River
Being one of the greatest inspirations for poets and musicians in Vietnam, Perfume River plays an important role to economic & cultural development, climate and the life of Hue people. Once cruising on Perfume River, you will have a chance to relax on Dragon Boats (traditional symbol of the city), enjoy cool breezes and fresh air and observe the daily life of local people on both sides of the river. You can also listen to Hue’s traditional folk songs and dances perform by skillful professional artists on the boat. Besides, cruising on Perfume River at night to enjoy the beauty of Hue will sure be the  most romantic highlight for couples, especially those who are on their Vietnam honeymoon holidays.

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5. Take a bike ride through the countryside
Nothing is better than taking a bike trip in the outskirt of Hue city. Indeed, during the trip, you will be able to admire the idyllic landscape of a true Vietnamese countryside with immense rice paddies and peaceful village. Some local markets can be found in the biking route, which gives you a chance to experience shopping like a Vietnamese and tasting local specialties. 

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Oh, No! You Can't Ring All Your Shoes With You to Travel! What Ever Will You Do?!

While flight prices continue to get lower and lower, airlines are starting to take away more and more items which used to be considered as standard. One of these previously expected services is checked baggage. Nowadays it can seem like a thing of the past to ever receive a checked bag for free.

Each time that you hear this, you likely think that you can never take advantage of the deals simply because you can’t think of a way to get all of your shoes into a carry-on bag. Well, while there isn’t much that an article can do to expand your bag, below are some tips to help you choose the right shoes to take on the right adventure.

Heading Into Rain?

If you like to take advantage of the sales during the off-season period then you are likely no stranger to taking a vacation in the rain. If you have taken one of these trips before then you know just how much a vacation in wet weather can actually be.

If this is your destination and you’re restricted to carry on, here’s all you need to pack:

● 1 pair of good quality hiking boots
● 1 pair of sneakers
● 1 pair of dress shoes

That’s it! Three pairs of footwear are all you need to pack for a weekend or a few days away in a wet or tropical environment.
The reason why you don’t need a selection of sneakers if because you will be wearing your hiking boots for the majority of the time you will be there, so save the space by just packing one pair.

The Tropics

Similar to a wet weather country, tropical environments not only have a lot of moisture in the air but a lot of moisture also tends to accumulate on the ground, making forest walks a potentially dangerous experience. For this reason, pack the following:

● 1 pair of non-slip/extra-grip hiking boots
● 1 pair of sneakers
● 1 pair of dress shoes
Again you will notice that there are only three pairs of shoes on this list, however, it’s important to note that the hiking boot requirement has changed. If you don’t have boots which are slip-resistant, check the Groupon Coupons page for ALDO before your trip and get yourself a pair of good quality hiking boots.

A (Hopefully) Soft Landing!

With winter quickly making its way closer and closer, you may be tempted to take advantage of short getaway trips to the snow where you can ski, snowboard, or just fall over! For this, consider packing the following:

● Snow boots (regular boots with snow grips on the bottom)
● 1 pair of good quality sneakers
● 1 pair of dress shoes
Again with the three pairs of shoes, but again, the list is slightly different.Given the terrain you will be walking on, regular hiking boots aren’t going to cut it. Be sure that you wear something purpose designed for the snow and for the icy roads you need to walk on to get there.
Just because you can’t take every pair of shoes you own doesn't mean that the world is going to end, it just means a slightly less selection to choose from. Not a bad trade-off for the cheap flights you are likely to obtain because of it.

Long Son Island – The Unique Food Paradise in Vung Tau

Becoming famous in recent times, Long Son Island was dubbed the culinary paradise of Vung Tau. To Long Son, visitors will enjoy a variety of fresh attractive, delicious seafood with a very low price.

About Long Son Island

Long Son Island is an island commune in Vung Tau City, Ba Ria - Vung Tau Province. This is the only suburban island of Vung Tau. Long Son Island is connected to Ba Ria town by Ba Nanh bridge. By road, Long Son is located about 12km southwest of downtown Vung Tau and about 100km northeast of Ho Chi Minh City. Recently, Long Son became a new tourist destination famous Vung Tau and cause "fever", attracting many tourists especially with the community lovers.

Long Son island commune has a total area of about 92 km2, of which land area is 54 km2, the remaining area is salt land. The Long Son East borders the Dinh River, Tan Hai District (Tan Thanh District) to the north, and the sea to the south and the west. Long Son island commune is almost surrounded by sea, river and canals. Long Son consists of two islands. A large island located along the bottom of Phuoc Hoa mountain slope to the sea. A small island called Go Gang Island. Long Son Island has 11 villages. The population is over 13,000 people.

Long Son people mainly live by fishing and aquaculture. Long Son is famous for its strong oyster farming and fish farming in rafts on Cha Va River. In recent years, Long Son began to exploit tourism, open for tourists to visit and enjoy seafood in the village.

Things to do in Long Son

Visiting Ong Tran Temple

The Ong Tran Temple or Long Son Great House is one of the largest cultural and religious architectural complexes in Long Son. Not only serves as a place of worship for religious followers of the Tran Dynasty, the temple is also a popular tourist destination in Vung Tau - Long Son.

Temple of Ong Tran worshiping Tran - who was important in the development of the former Long Son island commune. Mr. Tran’s real name is Le Van Muu. He is a follower of Tu An Hieu Nghia religion, originating from That Son (An Giang). In 1900, Mr. Tran and his 20 disciples came to Long Son Island for land reclamation, settlement and evangelism. Some time after the mining, Long Son Island has turned from a desert island into a green, rich, resonate land. Gradually, the people of Long Son settled down to settle in Long Son and prayed to follow the direction of Tran, thus forming a developed island society today.

The architecture of Tran Temple is extremely impressive and distinctive with its blend of local religious symbols and Taoist and Confucian architectural styles. This place is a complex of architectural houses, lights, markets, temples ... Along with a number of places such as Little Mountain, Big Mountain, Shakyamuni Buddha, Ho May ... Tran Temple is also one of the attractions of Vung Tau.

Enjoy fresh seafood dishes

Long Son is like "land of seafood". To Long Son, visitors move to Ben Stone to go to the village boat. Long Son Street Food District sells many seafood dishes from fresh to processed. Guests can choose prepared food or directly choose seafood caught in the raft and then people processing.

Among the dishes in the dining area of Long Son street, the most famous are oysters. The oysters here are very fresh, caught directly by the people in the rafts. With oysters, visitors can enjoy live oysters, grilled oysters, chesses oysters, oysters soup...

Besides, Long Son also has many kinds of aquatic products such as crabs, , shrimps, squid species of snails, fish... These types of seafood are processed in a variety of forms depending on the characteristics of each type such as tamarind, steamed lemongrass, steamed onion, grilled with onion, grilled with cheese ... Seafood in the food court Long Son street is considered by many to be very fresh and delicious, the price is very reasonable, much cheaper than downtown Vung Tau.

Hope this article will be a good suggestion for visitors with a new discovery in Vung Tau. Wish you a great trip to Vung Tau - Long Son.

Ho May Resort – The Paradise of Cloud and Ocean

Dubbed the "Miniature Ba Na " version of the South, Vung Tau - Ho May Resort is considered an attractive place not to be missed. Explore Ho May, visitors not only enjoy the fresh air and beautiful natural scenery but also can participate in many exciting recreational activities, enjoy delicious food and learn some special features in beliefs, folklore of Vietnam.

About the Ho May Resort

Ho May resort is a complex tourist resort, which includes recreation and entertainment located on Big Mountain (or Mount Tuong Ky). Along with the Little Mountain, Big Mountain is one of the two most beautiful mountains in Vung Tau and is located in the heart of the city. From Ho Chi Minh City, move to Vung Tau City or Ho Chi Minh City on Big Mountain about 120km to the northeast.

Ho May is one of the tourist attractions of Vung Tau attracts many tourists to visit every year. As a complex tourist resort, Ho May develops and extends a wide range of different types of tourism such as ecotourism, resort, entertainment area, cultural and belief zone, cultural area Space, historical relics ... With an area of nearly 1 hectare, prominent highlights of the Ho May Resort is the Cloud Lake, holds the record lake artificial lake on the first and only in Vietnam.

To travel to Ho May Resort, travelers will travel by cable car. Taking the cable car is also considered one of the best experiences when coming to Ho May Resort. Because from the cable car cabins, visitors can admire the beauty of a long coastal Vung Tau curved from the beach to the front yard. The ticket price of Ho May Vung Tau tourist resort is 300.000VND (12 USD) / person / visit. Ticket prices include the cost of two way cable car and the cost of entertainment package visit to Ho May.

What to see in Ho May?


Ho May resort has a rich flora and fauna, suitable for ecotourism. Ho May has Tien mountain about 270 meters above sea level, cool air, often windy. As the name suggests, Tien Mountain has the color of a "place to fight the scene," which is considered as the intersection of land and sky. Similar to the Hill of Pigs - a beautiful scenic spot in Vung Tau, but Tien mountain scene is more romantic. On Mount Tien, there is a bungalow, which is a space reserved for those who wish to meditate or practice yoga. In addition to Mount Tien, Ho May Resort also has a zoo for visitors to visit, including porcupines, horses, ostriches.


Coming to Ho May Resort, you can enjoy the cool water, join the game in the water park. The feeling of waving in the region, enjoying the fun in the largest mountain swimming pool in Vietnam is sure to make visitors do not get excited. This is probably why Ho May is always a prominent destination in Vung Tau tours. In addition to the water park, Ho May also has 5D Cinema, sports racing area, sand playground, artificial climbing area, horseback riding club, mega bounce, zipline, circus - magic ... many other unique games.

Religious culture - spirituality

Ho May tourism, visitors can visit many religious and spiritual architecture. In particular, the Ho May temple is a prominent temple in the Buddhist architecture system of the resort. The Ho May Buddhist temple is famous with the relic from Myanmar. Outside the main hall is the white Buddha statue, 30m high. In Vung Tau there are two statues of Buddhists attract many visitors to visit, the most visit is the statue of Maitreya Buddha on the Lake and the Buddha statue. To find out more about the Shakyamuni Buddha, visitors can see the article "Shakyamuni Buddha  temple- symbol of tourism Vung Tau over half a century." 

Folk culture

One of the interesting experiences at the Ho May Resort is that visitors can explore and participate in folk games such as chicken fighting, ... and visit folk cultural spaces associated with many fairy tales such as "Thach Sanh ", Tam, Cuoi and the moon story…

Along with the attractive places, Ho May Resort also has a system of resorts, restaurants, cafes ... Vung Tau tourism - Ho May resort promises to bring visitors the most wonderful experience in the paradise. 

Find The Peace in Phan Dung Highland

Phan Dung is a highland ethnic community where ethnic Raglay people live, also where you can drop the adventure to see the beautiful beauty of this region.

Phan Dung commune is 28 km northwest of Lien Huong town (Tuy Phong district, Binh Thuan province). Follow Ho Chi Minh City - Lien Huong route, to the intersection of Lien Huong you turn left to follow the road to the village of Phan Dung.

From here, we will go through Phu Lac commune where Brahmin Cham people live, followed by Phong Phu commune with immense fields. Then there is the pass through the elbow pass, the cliff side is a side of the deep pool.

Those who first go on this road will probably have an exciting experience. And those who are used to the bends of the bends, let the soul in the clouds, wind water, flowers along the road. All enough to "throw away the burden to live happily."

Rainy season, lush vegetation, juvenile lake. But from December to May next year is the dry season, this is the most dry land in the country.

At that time, the scenery along the fiber line, the bottom of the river bottom dry river, the hill in the barren rocks.

Heaven and earth revolve, and here it is. Plants after buckling through the dry season, leaves have fallen out and when the weather is preparing to spring, the sprouts shoots.

At this time we can enjoy the rare days of flowers into pristine bloom.

Come to Phan Dung, you should enjoy every moment of the day, to see the interesting things of nature here.

Take a glimpse of the dawn on the mountains or the sunset below the trees and fields. Walk through the village road every afternoon, to feel the peace.

Sit under a tree in the midday sun to see what is an abundance of sunshine, and to understand why my skin is tan, my face is black.

People here are honest, plain. When they believe in love, they love it very much, and when they lose faith once, this land will have no place to love.

The people here are poor. Wrinkles, sunburned skin, bare feet, innocent eyes - all easy to make people fall in love. So what are you waiting for? Make a 2-day 1-night tour to enjoy the so-called tranquility.


- Morning: Experience through steep slopes, spoiled for taking pictures of mountains, rivers and lakes.

- Noon: Go to the forest to play, down the stream.

- Afternoon: Cross the road, chat with people Raglay. Find the East (home near the medical station) to hear the Chapi.

- Evening: Fire, singing, barbecue and make a few cups of love. If I like and have heart I am willing to lend to the yard that singing, eating, and then go to sleep without worry.

Next morning wake up very early to welcome the dawn up the mountain.

Explore Vung Tau in The Evening

Regarding the ideal tourist destinations, apart from Sa Pa, Da Nang, Hue, Da Lat, we can not miss Vung Tau. The port city with its romantic coastline is sure to be an interesting stopover for visitors. Especially, the shimmering, brilliant, romantic beauty of Vung Tau at night will make visitors overwhelmed.

Pictures of Vung Tau at night

If in daytime, Vung Tau bearing the dynamic appearance of a port city, then at night, Vung Tau is so peaceful and strange. The night in Vung Tau is not too noisy, busy as Saigon, Hanoi, also not as quiet as Hoi An, Da Lat. Vung Tau night is a peaceful, gentle but not "lonely".

Vung Tau is extremely beautiful at night! As the sun descends the mountain, the lights are simultaneously lit, standing on high overlooking the city flooded in the bright colors of the light. This is definitely a beautiful moment for the "paparazzi". Besides, visitors can go to destinations such as Front Beach, Bai Sau to experience a very strange night sea pictures. Noisy, crowded sea of Vung Tau night only left the silent sand and the waves lull the shore lightly. The farther and farther the distance the boats are off the coast. Somewhere there are travelers wandering the coast to enjoy the fresh and quiet atmosphere.

Guests can also climb the Little Lighthouse to see the city from above. On this legendary lighthouse, visitors will be able to see the whole city. Not to mention, there is also an ultra-stylish café with a great "view" range. Space is very suitable for tourists to talk and see. Wandering around the city with friends on a double bicycle is also an experience that should not be missed when traveling to Vung Tau.

Vung Tau tourism at night can also choose a corner in the cafes or bars. These are great spaces for taking nice photos or simply relaxing and enjoying the city's nightlife.

Very attractive food at night in Vung Tau

Not only scoring points with pictures of tourist destinations Vung Tau as beautiful as the dream, this city also has many attractive delicacies that visitors should not miss. Especially "wandering" in the city in the evening, visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy many specialties of the port country.

Seafood is a very typical dish that visitors must try when coming to Vung Tau. Enjoying the fresh seafood and feeling the fresh breeze from the sea blowing in, nothing is perfect. Vung Tau seafood is not only fresh but also extremely varied. Visitors can choose according to their preferences.

Enjoying a bowl of oysters at night late is also a great idea for visitors. Porridge oysters in Vung Tau is famous, no doubt. The delicious taste, attractive extremely nutritious flavour will make visitors fall in love.

Or after hours exploring the city of Vung Tau at night, visitors can gather by a stingray hot pot. This is one of the specialties of the coastal city. Guests can enjoy the delicious, fatty taste of the stingray fish hot pot talk is fun. It will quickly dissipate the tired feeling of visitors and add new energy to explore the beauty of Vung Tau.

Vung Tau City also has extremely delicious snacks that travelers should not miss such as pancakes, salted eggshells, raisins or tea. Guests can go to the famous nightlife in this port as Do Chieu, Le Lai ... Here you can satisfy your choice of favorite dishes at an unexpectedly cheap price. In addition, the vibrant atmosphere along with the service attitude of the shopkeeper will make visitors feel very excited.

To dispel the fatigue of life and find new ideas and energies - traveling is a great suggestion. And Vung Tau is one of the exciting destinations that travelers should not miss. The beautiful beaches, vibrant with great destinations such as Da Xanh lake, Coc lake, Nghinh Phong cape, Little mountain, Big Mountain in Vung Tau will surely make visitors feel good and interesting.