Vung Tau Highlights half day Tour from Phu My port

Shore Excursions in Vietnam

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This 4-hour trip exploring Vung Tau - the tourist and commercial center of the Southeastern Vietnam gives you a great opportunity to pay a visit to many famous tourist destinations such as the White Villa, the Whale temple and Jesus Christ Statues. You have also the opportunity to discover the daily life of fishermen through a visit to fishing village.
08:00AM (or flexibility upon your request) you will be greeted at Phu My port by a professional procedure assistance to exit from the cruise. And then head to the center of the city to explore all the highlights that the city has to offer.   You will start your trip at the White Villa- which has become popular amongst not only Vung Tau residence but also foreign tourists for its beauty and peaceful forest setting. Proceed to the Nirvana pagoda where the traditional architecture and the modern coexist harmoniously Continue your trip to the Jesus Christ statue to admire the breathtaking panoramic view of Vung Tau City Then, pay a visit to the Whale Temple to see its impressive collection of all things whale from paintings and bones to statues. Next, do not miss a chance to visit the fishing village to explore the daily activities of local fishermen Finally, go back to the port for your departure at noon time around 1PM.   Please note that the pickup and drop off time can be flexible upon request to fit your cruising itinerary.

What’s included

  • Private air-conditioned transfer Tour guide (English, Japanese, French,… others are subject to the availability and will incur a supplement surcharge). Admission fees Port pickup and drop off Mineral waters, cold towels.

What’s not included

  • Personal expenses Lunch Gratuities

Highlights

  • Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
  • Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
  • Flexibility to customize your itinerary to your own preferences
  • Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
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