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Health tour for seniors at Binh Chau Hot Spring

2009-11-06 (GMT + 7)

Binh Chau Hot Spring, about 150 kilometers from HCMC in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau, is a popular destination with its hot spa waters and hot mud baths in the fresh air of coastal forest land.

For a long time, people have known about the treatment power of hot springs. Many people, especially elderly people, are coming here to relax and recover their strength

To serve the demand, the HCMC-based Ben Thanh Tourist has renewed a health tour to the area for elderly tourists. The two-day and one-night tour takes in both Binh Chau Hot Springs and Vung Tau City

Binh Chau Hot Springs covers about 33 hectares and is endowed with forest, sea, springs and cool weather year-round

The hot springs comprise a cluster of 70 visible pools of water varying in temperature from 40 to 83 degrees Celsius. Thanks to the good temperature, tourists can boil eggs in just ten minutes in the 83 degree natural wells. Guests can buy eggs here and lower them into small hot pools built by the developer for the purpose

After the fun with the eggs, there are hot mud baths, soaking services and massage services that are all good for health recovery.

Don’t forget to bring a book to better relax yourself while soaking your body in the hot mineral waters.

After Binh Chau, the tour visits the attractions of Vung Tau City. Visitors can swim off the beautiful beach, go sight seeing, or join fun games organized by Ben Thanh Tourist.

On the road back to HCMC the tour stops at the Long Thanh shopping area to buy local products.

For more information, call Ben Thanh Tourist at 08 3520 2020, email or visit

Source: VietNamNet/SGT

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