Why Duc Me Bai Dau is special ? Maria Statue - Big Statue of St. Maria with a child and big Catholic complex is situated opposite Mulberry Beach under the Big Mountain, Vung Tau, Viet Nam. The annual conference of the Vietnam Episcopal Council is usually taken place here.
Moreover, there are lots of attractions for you to visit such as: Con Dao, Bai Dau Holy Mother Temple, Statue of Christ, Thang Tam communal house, Bach Mansion, Long Son big house, Nghinh Phong cape, Cloud Lake on Lon moutain, Thich Ca Phat Dai Pagoda, Nho moutain, Dinh Thang Tam relic area, Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva pagoda, Linh Son pagoda, Ong Tran temple.
Dinh Co Temple Splendid views, beautiful architecture and a fascinating back story are the main reasons to visit this vast temple. View the Dinh Co Temple’s fine carvings and attractive altars and stroll through the gardens to enjoy great views back across the beaches of Long Hai.
Green, sustainable tourism is considered offer the best of both worlds, protecting the ecology of an area while keeping local schools and businesses thriving. Green tourism doesn't necessarily mean a vacation spent roughing it with little or no comforts.
In 1876, according to a decree by the French government, Vũng Tàu was merged in Bà Rịa county per Saigon's administration. During the 1880s there talks about moving Saigon's port facilities to Vũng Tàu, but this came to nothing due to Saigon's better infrastructure.
The term Brahma-nirvana appears in verses 2.72 and 5.24-26 of the Bhagavad Gita. It is the state of release or liberation; the union with the Brahman. According to Easwaran, it is an experience of blissful egolessness. According to Zaehner, Johnson and other scholars, nirvana in the Gita is a Buddhist term adopted by the Hindus.
Vung Tau (Vũng Tàu) is a city in Southern Vietnam. It is 125 km (about 77 miles) from Ho Chi Minh City, and is a popular destination for weekend trips from Ho Chi Minh City. It is 125 km (about 77 miles) from Ho Chi Minh City, and is a popular destination for weekend trips from Ho Chi Minh City.
Water supply and sanitation in Vietnam is characterized by challenges and achievements. Among the achievements is a substantial increase in access to water supply and sanitation between 1990 and 2010, nearly universal metering, and increased investment in wastewater treatment since 2007.
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 wait for the flesh to decompose before being able to pull it to shore and display the bones which came to symbolize the protector of the coast.
The Worldwide Arms Museum has recently opened in the Vietnamese coastal town of Vung Tau We are currently developing this site and will have it completed soon! In the mean time check out the following pages and we look forward to seeing you in Vung Tau soon!