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Vung Tau Tours - Impress Vietnam Travel offers private daily tours & private package tours to explore one of the most beautiful beach in the South Vietnam, it is Vung Tau beach, Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province, lies in the southern part of Vietnam. Vung Tau beach is 125 km ( about 77 miles southeast of Ho Chi Minh City. It takes 2 h 7 min (95.9 km) via QL51 from Ho Chi Minh City to Vung Tau beach. The city is a French colonial town, it’s now a popular seaside resort that draws many visitors from Ho Chi Minh City, who arrive by hydrofoil. Its long, busy stretch of sandy coast, including Front Beach and Pineapple Beach, has the verdant Small Mountain and Big Mountain as a backdrop. The tourist attractions in Vung Tau: are Christ Hill (St. Jacque Janerio), 18 meters high Goddess of Mercy, Thuy Van Beach & Whale Temple dedicated to whales considered as the rescuing gods for Vietnamese fisherman in the East sea. Moreover, Ba Ria Vung Tau also is well-known for historical vestiges – Long Tan – Nui Dat where you will visit the Battle Field, this tour is very interesting for veterans, particularly the Australian veterans to return to the battlefield (in Long Tan Commune) which was used as the shelter of the Australian soldiers as the ally of the United States in the Vietnam War between 1966-1967. Joining the tour, you will pay a solemn visit to the Long Tan Cross Memorial, the site of Horseshoe FSB, and the Long Phuoc Tunnels. Furthermore, you also have time to gather and look back on one of the most well-known Australian engagements of the Vietnam War - the Battle of Long Tan (18th August 1966). Especially, the Long Tan battlefield has become the memorial site that annually welcomes several Australian veterans. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or to speak to our experts at (+84)-9123 79189