Binh Chau Hot Springs

Address: National Highway 55, Binh Chau, Vung Tau, Vietnam | Resort
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This resort is located on National Highway 55, Binh Chau, Vung Tau.
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        TripAdvisor Reviews Sai Gon Binh Chau Eco Resort Vung Tau

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        Travel Blogs from Vung Tau

        3 Punctures 2 Sore Bum's 1 low flying Helicopter

        A travel blog entry by pmaustin on Nov 18, 2013

        2 comments, 3 photos

        ... had to put her shirt on, I had been told by hand signals, earlier on the boat crossing that I should cover up; they don’t like to tan over here. …….Oh! Dear I am starting to tire, another stop for an energising drink and another push on for a while then we will stop for lunch and have a break for about an hour.

        Pho, beef noodle soup for lunch and I have to take a nap, I fell asleep lying across 3 chairs strategically placed !!!


        Nui Dat

        A travel blog entry by sharyn.lidster on Sep 28, 2013

        19 photos

        ... Then back to HCMC through peak hour traffic, pouring rain and a driver who I would love to have taught to drive properly. However I wouldn't have changed places with him in that traffic. 2 hr drive to Ba Ria and then Vaung Tau which is near the former Australian base at Nui Dat Long Tan "the Horseshoe" Drive through Long Hai hills Continue along coastal road to Vung Tau. Visit White Villa and statue of ...

        Holy Heat and Our Home

        A travel blog entry by adamlauradoasia on Apr 09, 2013

        16 photos

        ... The grounds surrounding the statue were also quite beautiful as they were scattered with many different sculptures and gardens lining the pathways to the top of the hill on which the statue stood (which was actually quite the hike). Additionally, the view from the top (and from the shoulders of Jesus, which we were able to climb to) was amazing. Surrounded by ocean waters and over looking the entire city, it was worth the climb. That being said, the climb came at a cost. ...

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        A travel blog entry by briiahna on Feb 11, 2013

        ... seat instead of sleeping against the window like I had hoped. The Cu Chi Tunnels were really scary, I videoed my 20metre claustrophobic walk through them. The most fascinating thing about the tunnels it that they have been widened to accommodate for tourists who wish to view them. I just fit in there with a backpack and I was crawling through them. After the tunnels, I went to the War museum. That was very confronting. They had a lot of photographs of children affected by ...

        School Trip

        A travel blog entry by blubel13 on Apr 06, 2012

        4 comments, 15 photos

        ... school pays for you." There was no way I could turn them down now. So instead came a logical line of questions:
        "why are you guys going to Vung Tau?"
        "a competition"
        "what type of competition?"
        "a test"
        "a test is a competition?
        "OK, how many people are going?"
        "I don't know"
        "When are we leaving"
        "I don't know maybe on Friday."
        "What other teachers are going?"
        "Mr. Ninth, our ...