Mulberry Beach is at the foot of the Big mountain, in the North of the city and only a few km from the White Palace “Bach Dinh”. There used to be a lot of mulberry so it is also named Mulberry beach. Nevertheless, today, there is no longer any mulberry. So now, instead, when mentioning about “Bai Dau”, people think of a windless and rocky beach. Not so much as busy and crowded as other beaches in the city, Mulberry Beach contains itself a quiet and peaceful space in combination with “Mother Maria” statue can attract any tourist who visits this place. Tourists should walk on about a few meters to see a 30m-high statue of Mother Maria shining in the green picturesque forest and sea landscape. This beach is not an ideal place for swimming, but a good place for ones who look for undisturbed sight in mind.
Ho Tram is a small beach town located in Xuyen Moc District in Ba Ria Vung Tau Province. Ho Tram provides for the nicest beach in the area combining unspoiled waters with a large ... read more
The beach is clean and cool with yellow sand and beautiful resorts along the seaside. This place is also very famous with fresh and cheap seafood. ... read more
Ho Coc is a small beach community located in Xuyen Moc District of Ba Ria Vung Tau Province. This place has been chosen by the youth or couples for taking beautiful photographs, ... read more
This beach has different beauty from other beaches due to its romance and gentle with the road curving between seaside and mountain. Right in here, the sea goes far into the land ... read more
Back Beach is well-known for its over 10 km of fine sand seaside. The beach is always excited and busy with almost tourists both from the city itself and the world. ... read more