Ba Ria-Vung Tau is a coastal province in the eastern region of South Vietnam. The flat area of the province is nearly 100 meters above sea level and declines gradually toward the 80 kilometers of coast. The coast is studded with some beautiful swimming beaches. The off shore island of Con Dao boasts a national park and some historical and cultural relics.
The tropical monsoon climate is influenced by the ocean and has an annual average temperature of 27°C. This province benefits from more than 2,700 hours of sunlight annually. In addition, Ba Ria Vung Tau has also many famous landscapes and historical monuments such as: Hai Dang mountain, Kito God Statue, Niet Ban Tinh Xa on Tao Phung mountain (Small Mountain) with height 170m, Thich Ca Phat Dai on Tuong Ky mountain (Big Mountain) with height 249m, Long Son Big House, Thang Tam Temple… Long Phuoc tunnel, Historical Round House in Ba Ria town, Minh Dam Revolution Base Area, Long Phuong Ancient Temple, Long Ban Pagoda existed in 19th century in Long Dat District.
Ba Ria Vung Tau province’s festivals are mainly about religious belief activities such as: Dinh Co Festival in Long Hai from 10th to 12th of annual lunar February, Double Nine Festival on 9th of lunar Septemper in Long Son, Whale Festival Procession in Whale Temple, Thang Tam Temple in Vung Tau on 16thof annual lunar August, Mieu Ba Festival on 16th, 17th, 18th of lunar October.
Ho Tram, Phuoc Thuan Ward, Xuyen Moc, Ba Ria - Vung Tau, Vietnam