The Binh Chau Hot Springs is a destination like no other. A resort, hotel and spa all combined in one facility, the Binh Chau Hot Springs is the ideal spot to spend a whole day relaxing with the family. Covering 35 hectares, the attraction not only offers spa facilities; it is also home to the Binh Chau Hot Springs Resort, along with tennis courts, an outdoor swimming pool fed by hot springs, a golf practice range, a white-sand beach, a playground, restaurants and more. The Binh Chau Hot Springs is frequented by locals for the hot springs and mud baths, which must also therefore be experienced by tourists. Visitors will even come across raw eggs for sale, which are meant to be bought and boiled in baskets in the hot spring that reaches 82°C. Those visiting Binh Chau Hot Springs can spend the day exploring the facility in the morning, take a swim to cool off, and then relax and get a bite to eat at one of the several restaurants.
There are different packages available
Best visited during the day
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The hot springs, the beach and mud baths
Finding prayer facilities at the Binh Chau Hot Springs will not be possible. Muslims visiting just for a few hours may be able to locate a secluded place outdoors to offer their prayers, while those staying at the hotel could return to their rooms in time to pray. The city of Vung Tau is also not known to have any mosques.
As mentioned above, visitors to the Binh Chau Hot Springs will not find it difficult to find a restaurant suited to their tastes. Muslim visitors will however not be able to locate any Halal certified establishments. Since Vung Tau is known for its fresh seafood, Muslim tourists could dine on these dishes after ensuring they do not consist of any other non-Halal ingredients.