5 fun places not far from Saigon for September 2

Tourists from Saigon can plan to visit Dong Nai, Binh Duong or Vung Tau to rest on National Day.

You may also like: 

Suoi Mo, Dong Nai

Suoi Mo, Dong Nai

The park is located in Tra Co commune, Tan Phu district, Dong Nai province, about 100 km from the center of Ho Chi Minh City. Dozens of small streams flow from the cliffs to converge in a low area full of rocks and sand, creating a beautiful natural lake. This spot is suitable for family or group day trips. Photo: Suoi Mo Park.
Suoi Mo, Dong Nai
In addition to sightseeing, taking pictures, you can participate in many activities of swimming, camping, organizing BBQ party. Admission is 120,000 VND for adults, 70,000 VND for children (less than 1.3m). Visitors are not allowed to bring in food, but inside there are many restaurants at acceptable prices.

On September 2, this place serves a buffet of 60 dishes for 199,000 VND per adult, 109,000 VND for children (less than 1.3m). The party is served from 11 am to 2 pm on September 1 and 2. Photo: Suoi Mo Park.
Thuy Chau ecological zone, Binh Duong

Thuy Chau ecological zone, Binh Duong

The tourist area has artificial landscapes with streams, waterfalls and trees on an area of over 18 hectares. Located 20 km from the center of Ho Chi Minh City and close to Tan Son Nhat Airport, the eco-area is suitable for short holidays with friends. Coming here, visitors will feel relaxed when surrounded by natural trees. Bathing in the cool water will help you regain energy during this vacation. Photo: Thuy Chau eco-tourism.
Thuy Chau ecological zone, Binh Duong
The resort is open from 8am to 6pm. On September 2, the entrance price of this area did not change, 100,000 VND for people over 1.4 m and free for people under 1.4 m. Tickets include swimming pool, sightseeing, hot spring bath activities. For camping, visitors can rent more tents, tarpaulins, grills. Photo: Thuy Chau eco-tourism.
Ba Den tourist area, Tay Ninh

Ba Den tourist area, Tay Ninh

Ba Den Mountain, about 100 km from Ho Chi Minh City, is the highest mountain in the Southeast (986 m). From Saigon, visitors can use a motorbike to come here, the travel time is less than 3 hours.

Located at an altitude of more than 200 m on Ba Den Mountain is a temple of the same name also known as Dien Ba. The temple has existed for more than 300 years, at first only a small temple then built as today. You can take the cable car or walk to the top of the mountain, visit the temple. Photo: Quynh Tran.
Ba Den tourist area, Tay Ninh
From the station at an altitude of more than 200 m at the foot of the mountain, you can experience the slide. Ba Den mountain resort is the first place in Vietnam that operates this type. Visitors will slide through the tree foliages to the lower station. Photo: Quynh Tran.
Ba Ria - Vung Tau

Ba Ria - Vung Tau

This is a familiar destination for Saigon people with a distance of about 100 km. Not only the sea, this place also attracts visitors by the food, many attractions and fascinating experiences. Photo: PV.
Ba Ria - Vung Tau
Prominent among the favorite photography spots of many young people is the Suoi Nghe sheep field, the section across Suoi Nghe commune, Chau Duc district, about 30 km from Vung Tau. The shooting fee here is 20,000 VND per person. The ideal time to visit this place is in the morning, so from Saigon, you can go to the sheep field first and continue to the center of Vung Tau. Or you can also drop by when returning home, about 15h - 16h. Photo: PV.
Con Phung, Ben Tre

Con Phung, Ben Tre

Con Phung is located on an islet floating in the middle of My Tho river, belonging to Tan Thach commune, Chau Thanh district, Ben Tre. This is a pioneer tourist destination in exploiting coconut trunks for household goods and forming a unique coconut handicraft village to attract tourists. Voted as a typical tourist destination of the Mekong Delta region, Con Phung resort is spacious, airy and blends into nature.

Visitors can take a motorboat along the dunes to visit coconut candy processing facilities, coconut souvenirs or take a horse cart to visit the orchard, stopping by the house with coconut leaves to drink tea with honey and kumquat. Photo: Dulichmietvuon.
Con Phung, Ben Tre
In addition, meals with typical dishes of Western cuisine are also experiences you should not miss. Photo: Di Vy.

Post a Comment

0 Comments