Even though the ride to Ba Ria - Vung Tau Province where Binh Chau Commune is located is long, the marvelous hot water pot of Saigon-Binh Chau – Ho Coc Eco Tours & Beach Resort eases any muscle tension caused by the journey. One can enjoy a hot water bath at 37 degrees Celsius in a swimming pool, a hot mud bath, a foot bath at the natural hot spring area, or a swim at a white sand beach.
One of the most spectacular places in the country - Binh Chau Commune – can be reached by traveling some 150km from HCMC over rocky roads. Situated in the mountains of southeastern Vietnam, the area is rich with forests and hot springs. Vietnam’s tourism record indicates there are 70 visible thermal springs in the area forming a huge hot pot with valuable water and sedimentary mud and Binh Chau’s hot springs have even earned world recognition as one of 65 potential areas for sustainable eco-tourism development among 47 countries worldwide.
Vung Tau, named Cap Saint-Jacques by French Indochinese government, is only 128 km southeast of Ho Chi Minh City, one of the nearest destinations to escape the crowded city streets for sea bathing and fresh air.
Vung Tau is a city in Southern Vietnam, about 125 km from Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). Its nearness to Saigon and its beauty and fresh air makes it a very popular destination for weekends. The city lies on a peninsula which is separated from the mainland by a stream called the Co May River. Vung Tau might not offer the best beach in Vietnam, but it closeness to Saigon and multiple unique attractions around the city will bring you a great day trip.