Hello everyone! Wishing you a happy and energetic day.
With the hustle and bustle of life and the increased workload, perhaps one of us feels suffocated and depressed, and so the need to put our minds at ease is all the more important. end. I usually go around the city on foot or on my bike, walking around the streets and not having to think about work is like helping us to release the fatigue in my mind.
Vung Tau beach, a great place to relax my mind right now. Front Beach, also known as Tam Duong Beach. This beach is located between two mountains in Vung Tau. This is an interesting place for tourists who love to watch boats on the sea and mountains.
How to go from Ho Chi Minh City to here by bus or car, travel time is 2-3 hours. How to get here from Vung Tau city centre: Run along Le Loi street to the end of the road, you will see the sea at the end of the road. Just cross the street and you will reach the back beach of Vung Tau. Here you can watch the sea, watch resident fishing boats, cargo boats, and Vung Tau Lon Mountain. A beautiful view.
Here every morning there are many fishing boats anchored here, and here fishermen sell fish from fishing boats. Locals often come here to buy fish and seafood. If you want to buy fresh and cheap seafood, you should come here early in the morning from 7 am to 9 am, the time when the fishermen return their boats to the wharf and fresh seafood is sold here. Usually, the fishermen here sell quite honestly, not challenging, so there is no need to negotiate the price much. Prices range from $1 to $5 for the maximum, so you're spoiled for choice with fresh seafood.
In Vung Tau, the back beach is mostly for tourists, while the front beach seems to be a place to relax in the afternoon and at night, watching the sunset is the best at the back beach. sunset at sea is a great sunset for me. How romantic it would be if there was a melodious piece of music that would be the best. For locals, the front beach is a great place to swim, perhaps to separate from tourists, I thought the beach would be crowded on weekends, but no, in the back beach of Vung Tau Almost all afternoons are crowded with people swimming from 15:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
At the back beach, there is a park with green coconut trees and cool by their shade, sitting on the stone bench in the park and looking at the sea is the best, on weekends there are many families gathered on the green grass in the park to have a picnic and take pictures, watch the sunset.
This is an interesting place if you want to go on a date or have a weekend getaway. Have a nice day and good health.
All images you see are taken by me with my phone and colour corrected in the lightroom.