Alma Long Hai

Covering 13 hectares, Alma Long Hai offers high quality facilities and services in lush garden settings. A former residence of Emperor Bao Dai, the resort has been renovated using modern comforts with a sense of the past in mind. From their private balconies, guests have serene views of the peaceful blue bay stretching for miles. Alma Long Hai is a combination of beauty and nature, characterised by a mix of Eastern and Western cultures.

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The Terrace

The Terrace Restaurant of Tropicana Beach Resort offers Western and Vietnamese food in a traditionally designed setting. 

Shi-Fu Chinese Bistro

At Shi-Fu Chinese Bistro in Imperial Hotel, every meal is a Far Eastern spectacle. Dark wood with lanterns and wall hangings create a setting remin...

The Dining Room

The Dining Room in Imperial Hotel offers a refined yet laidback setting to enjoy tasty, satisfying cuisine at any time of the day. Specialising in ...

Hai Vuong Seafood Restaurant

Situated right on the seafront by Imperial Hotel's beach club, Hai Vuong revels in simplicity. Open to the ocean view and sea breeze, Hai Vuong ser...

Kozak Mamay

A favourite of Vung Tau’s expat community for over 5 years, this cozy restaurant is a slice of Eastern Europe in the heart of Vung Tau. Head ...

Lan Rung Restaurant

This seaside restaurant offers one of the best live seafood dishes along with Vietnamese and Western specialities in a most unique and beautiful se...

Nine Cafe & Restaurant

Four years running, this cozy restaurant serves some of the tastiest and freshest food in the city. Along with the baking their own bread daily, th...

Tommy’s 3 Restaurant & Bar

Eat grilled specialties or burgers considered to be Vung Tau’s best and wash them down with dark beer while socializing with Vung Tau’s...

Crawfish Lounge Restaurant

This centrally located restaurant is straight out of New Orleans right down to the paper cups, paper towels and white wrapping paper as a tableclot...

Paradise Golf Resort

One of Vietnam’s least discovered golf treasures, Paradise Golf Resort’s 27-hole course was the first seaside option in Vietnam. A links style desi...

Surfing

For wave riders looking for some local action, Vung Tau has breaks and swells that can offer enough curl to rip right through. The best venue for r...

Dolphin's Swimming Pool

Equipped with deck chairs, a fresh drink menu and a view of the beach, Dolphin's pool is a perfect retreat from the annoyances of sand. The central...

Takeoff Surf School

Proudly boasting as the only surf spot in Vung Tau, the Russian and French owned Takeoff surf school has all you need to surf, kitesurf or windsurf...

Maxim's Water Park

Maxim's houses a small water park with slides and a lazy river to whisk you around. Dry off and head upstairs to a retro bowling alley looking and ...

Monte Carlo E - gaming Club

Located at Petro House boutique business hotel in Vung Tau, Monte Carlo E-gaming Club boasts a gaming experience like no other. As soon as you set ...

Dog Racing Park

A converted football stadium that still caters to local games during the week, Lam Son Stadium hosts greyhound races every Saturday at 07:00 pm. Th...

Cloud Lake Eco Resort Activities

Nestled on Tuong Ky mountain, the Cloud Lake Cultural and Ecotourism park offers a multitude of activities for those visiting Vung Tau. Whether it’...

Cloud Lake Cultural Sites

Make sure to fit in some culture at the Cloud Lake Cultural and Ecotourism park. A Cambodian pagoda, the Buddha cave and a thirty metre tall sittin...

Havana Bar

Overlooking Vung Tau’s popular beach, the Havana Bar in Imperial Hotel is reminiscent of a Cuban social club and is a classy drinking spot in...

Surf Bar

The sister Bar of Takeoff Surf School is frequented by a mix of locals, Russian expats and travelers and is a cool place to enjoy an ice cold draft...

Garden Coffee 1

Relax on a shaded canopy swing and crack open a coconut while taking in the greenery of the garden patio of this outdoor cafe. Let the breeze from ...

TGT Club

TGT is everything you would expect from a Vietnamese discotheque, with all of the ingredients for a truly diverse and interesting night: A dizzying...

Black Pearl Bar

The Black Pearl Bar is one of Vung Tau’s hottest nightspots and is frequented by locals and expatriates alike. The décor is inspired b...

Ned Kelly’s Pub

Across from the main ferry terminal, Ned Kelly’s Pub is operated by an Australian expatriate seeking to provide a taste of home abroad. Featu...

Crawfish Lounge Bar

Located on the second floor of the restaurant, this friendly lively bar is a favourite of the expatriates in the city. Watch traffic go by, play po...

Imperial Plaza

Imperial Plaza is one of the best places for shopping in Vung Tau, both for souvenirs and daily necessities. Every traveler at one point or anothe...

Handicrafts

The night market is usually the best place for handicrafts, but during the day, many stalls and souvenir stands can be found on the major throughwa...

Back Beach

The main tourist beach of Vung Tau, Back Beach is better maintained than Front Beach and features more conveniences for visitors. 3km in length, th...

Vung Tau Market

Opened in 1985 to cater to the everyday needs of the locals, the market has since overflown onto the streets, boasting dried fruits, embroidered ve...

Lang Ong Nam Hai Whale Temple

According to legend, the remains of a whale washed up on the Vung Tau beach over 100 years ago. The carcass was so gargantuan that fishermen had to...

Jesus Christ Statue

Take the 847-step plight up and meet the 32 meter-tall (105 feet) statue of Jesus. Considered one of the tallest statues of Christ in Asia, its out...

Tran Hung Dao Statue

An island of grace in a sea of traffic, this monument to the military genius captures the strength he used to repel Mongol forces. With a stern, de...

Dog Racing Park

A converted football stadium that still caters to local games during the week, Lam Son Stadium hosts greyhound races every Saturday at 19:00. The o...

Old Lighthouse

The 18m-high Old Lighthouse, has been the trusted guide of those working one of Vung Tau’s oldest trades, the town’s valued fishermen. It was first...

Statue Park

Near the main dock and bordering the town, a pleasant park runs along the water, a great place to spend the afternoon. A series of statues is scatt...

Front Beach

In the centre of town and between Big and Small Mountains, Front Beach is close to the Hydrofoil station and is primarily populated by locals. Whil...

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24/7

Contact

Road 44, Long Hai, Ba Ria Vung Tau, Vung Tau, Vietnam

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