Binh Duong is a province in the Southeast region of Vietnam that not only has the advantage of natural conditions but is also famous for its developed industrial zones
1. Lac Canh Dai Nam Van Hien
Lac Canh Dai Nam Van Hien is located in Hiep An Ward, Thu Dau Mot City, Binh Duong Province, about 30 km north of Ho Chi Minh City. It is a favorite destination of many domestic and foreign tourists for many years. With an area of over 261 hectares, it is divided into 4 main areas: Spiritual area, entertainment area, artificial sea area, and zoo area.
With the scale of such a tourist area, Lac Canh Dai Nam Van Hien is holding many national records: largest temple, longest hotel, longest artificial mountain, river, widest artificial sea, and largest square, the zoo has the rarest and most expensive variety. Lac Canh Dai Nam Van Hien tourist area also has a system of hotels, and a Dai Nam shopping area with many diverse and rich items that will meet the shopping needs of tourists.
2. Binh An Lake Tourist Area
Located close to the busy Hanoi Highway, Binh An Lake Tourist Area is a separate world as its name suggests (Binh An means peace). The peace and quiet here contrast with the vibrant, noisy, stressful life of the city outside. After tiring working days, tourists come here to enjoy relaxing moments just for themselves.
Coming to Binh An Lake tourist area, we can feel the charm, because this is an open area under the sunny and windy sky. The green strips of trees give shade along the paths through the lake. On the side of the road leading to the gaps by the lake, everywhere you can see lush plants and flowers. Under the tall tree arches, sometimes encounter large tree stumps that are cut across to make tables and chairs for visitors. Coming here, visitors have fun, sing songs, eat friendly and peaceful picnics or have lunch at lovely houses with windows overlooking the lake filled with the cool breeze.
3. Dau Tieng Lake– Cau Mountain – Truc Stream
This is a famous cluster of relics and beautiful scenery of Binh Duong Province. Creator combined rivers – water – mountains – hills to create a beautiful water-ink picture. This is an interesting and attractive destination for tourists that like quiet and unspoiled nature.
The water of the lake is clear all year round, reflecting the majestic Cau Mountain range along the lakeside, creating a charming painting. Around the lake is vegetation, green grass, mixed with wildflowers. Here and there in the middle of the lake, small islands emerge Tha La Island, Xin Island, Trang Island, and Dong Bo Island … as dotted lines, increasing the attraction.
Cau Mountain Area has Truc Stream winding along the rocky slopes. The murmuring blue water mixes with the chirping birds and the rustling forest leaves create a melodious sound among the charming mountains and forests. This makes the soul of visitors become relaxed, peaceful, and unusually pleasant.
4. Thanh Le Water Park
Thanh Le Water Park is located near Binh Duong Boulevard, Hiep Thanh Ward, Thu Dau Mot City, Binh Duong Province, with an area of 14.2 hectares. As an entertainment spot on weekends, not only locals but also people in the surrounding areas come here to relax in the cool water and participate in interesting and fun games.
5. Thuy Chau Eco-Tourism Area
Thuy Chau’s eco-tourism area is located in Binh Thang, Di An Town, Binh Duong, Vietnam. Currently, it is one of the places that attract all tourists because of its youth, dynamism, and extremely attractive recreational and picnic activities.
With an area of more than 18 hectares, the sight is really romantic and poetic with the contours of hills and mountains, covered with smooth green trees, waterfalls, and streams, birds chirping and gibbons singing. Although it is just an artificial landscape with forests, rivers, streams, and artificial waterfalls, it will help you temporarily escape the pollution, daily hustle and bustle of industrial cities and immerse yourself in a natural space.
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