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Hon Ba Island, Vung Tau

(3.6/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
One of the smallest Vietnamese islands, Hon Ba Island represents a quaint place to visit and see the local way of life and the old buildings, as well as the clean beach. Take a walk around the small village, and you’ll see a couple of charming Buddhist temples, which you can visit and enjoy the atmosphere, the colors, and the traditional architecture. One of those was built in 18th century, and it’s dedicated to a goddess protector of fishermen and sailors. Use our Vung Tau vacation generator to add Hon Ba Island and other attractions to your Vung Tau vacation plans.
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  • The low tide is during the dawn. At 8am, the high tide creeps in. Make sure you wear proper shoe that is anti-slip because the stones are covered with slippery and sharp barnacles. Make sure you are w...  more »
  • You can only walk there at low tide. We enjoyed the walk over the rocks and seeing the different sea shells and tide pools along the way. Once you get over to the island there isn't much to see if the...  more »
  • You can get there only when the low tide. You need to be careful, because the stones are slippery and you can about them get scratched. On the island itself something like chapel or prayer house. Is there any concrete structures defensive type of bunker. By from afar this islet looks picturesque.
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