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HO MAY

"We had a look at the lighthouse, the Christ Statue, the beaches and just enjoyed it! After our tour we lay down on the beach, this was great. In the evening we went out to eat at a super nice restaurant on the water with all Vietnamese. It was so busy and it was just Tuesday! Delicious fish eaten really delicious! After dinner we went back to the hotel."


Departure by cable car

          The first known name of the city of Vung Tau - is "Chan Bo", in the 13th century the Europeans called it "the Cape of Saint-Jacques", now it is known as Vung Tau. There are about 500,000 people, the city is cozy.
In Vung Tau there is an amusement park “Ho may”. There are simple but cute rides, swimming pool with slides, rollercoaster, cinema, whirligig, swing ship, ostriches, horses, playgrounds and carousels etc. The park is located on Mount Nuilon. The mountain peak is connected to Vung Tau's Front Beach 500m cable car line.
The cost of a seat in the cable car depends on the age and height of the passengers. Small children travel for free. Adults have to pay twice as much. The price includes cable car delivery to the park and visits to all attractions. Moreover, you only have to pay for food in cafes, drinks, souvenirs and feeding Arapaima fish.
Tickets are 30% cheaper on public holidays. The locals like to take advantage of discounts. Before entering the cable car, you will receive a map of the park. At the entrance of the park you can ride a train through the park.


The swimming pool

Children will be interested in the merry-go-round and boating. There are playgrounds for the little ones with mini slides and a sandbox with toys. The attractions are checked regularly, repairs may be carried out immediately.
There is always a line in the park for the Alpine Coater ride, similar to a roller coaster. This goes down 2 times steeply on a winding track. There is a point on the track where everyone is photographed, this photo can be purchased for 10,000 dongs afterwards.
For animal lovers can also indulge. You can watch ostriches and horses, there are sheep and goats, peacocks and porcupines. There are many monkeys in the park, there are different species and wild boars. On the grounds are cages with chickens, pheasants, eagles, a pavilion with deer. Fans of the flora can see the garden with orchids and vines.

 

All of the mentioned above is free, but one animal communication is paid (10,000 dong) and it is worth it. Arapaima with a fish with a bait attached is next to a lake with fish, you can cast a rod and lure the largest freshwater fish in the world (as written on a poster by the lake). The impression of a two-meter monster floating on the surface is unforgettable.
The daredevils can try the zip line. The zip line equipment is checked every day and helmets are handed out for those who want to get off.
Another interesting place with images - "Lovers' Park", stylized as a biblical storyline. Surrounded by exotic flowers, Adam and Eve stand under a tree covered with vines.


The rocking ship

 

Big Glade, which is called the "forest statue holder", is lined with Buddha statues of various sizes, more than twenty of them. There is also an indoor mini cave with this deity - it has many figures and Buddha images on the walls. After passing through the cave, tourists find themselves in a spot with the park's largest Buddha statue, which can be seen all over the city. There is also a pond with multicolored carp, tourists can throw a coin at it for luck.
The park staff speak English, all staff are attentive and polite. If the day is not enough, you can stay in a small hotel in the park (pay separately). For those who want to eat there is a restaurant with a sea view, and there are several cafes.


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