When you visit Hon Ba Vung Tau, you’ll find it to be a fascinating and yet somehow familiar place. This small island has gained growing fame for its unique walkway, situated right in the middle of the sea. However, the path’s mysterious nature means that it is not always easily accessible.
Information about Hon Ba Vung Tau
|Place name:||Hòn Bà Vũng Tàu|
|Location:||Opposite Vung Tau Christ Statue, on Thuy Van Street, Vung Tau City|
|Type of tourism:||Tín ngưỡng, tâm linh|
Tho Dia will share how to go and the Hon Ba Vung Tau low tide schedule in 11/2023, including today’s low tide schedule information so you can experience the unique road leading to Hon Ba temple, Vung Tau.
Low Tide Schedule at Hon Ba Vung Tau 11/2023
It is important to be aware of the time limits for traveling in the area to ensure your safety. When you go out, it is recommended that you plan to return to the mainland before the time limit expires. The safe time frame for walking through Hon Ba is determined based on the 11/2023 low tide schedule.
|Thứ||Ngày||Khung Giờ Đi Ra Được Hòn Bà|
|Thứ Tư||1-11-2023||7h đến 12h|
|Thứ Năm||2-11-2023||7h30 đến 13h|
|Thứ Sáu||3-11-2023||8h15 đến 13h30|
|Thứ Bảy||4-11-2023||9h30 đến 14h|
|Chủ Nhật||5-11-2023||10h30 đến 14h|
|Chủ Nhật||12-11-2023||6h15 đến 7h45|
|Thứ Hai||13-11-2023||5h40 đến 8h10|
|Thứ Ba||14-11-2023||5h40 đến 10h|
|Thứ Tư||15-11-2023||6h đến 11h|
|Thứ Năm||16-11-2023||6h30 đến 12h|
|Thứ Sáu||17-11-2023||7h đến 12h30|
|Thứ Bảy||18-11-2023||7h50 đến 13h30|
|Chủ Nhật||19-11-2023||8h50 đến 14h10|
|Thứ Hai||20-11-2023||9h50 đến 15h|
|Thứ Ba||21-11-2023||11h30 đến 15h|
|Thứ Bảy||25-11-2023||5h30 đến 6h30|
|Chủ Nhật||26-11-2023||4h50 đến 8h50|
|Thứ Hai||27-11-2023||5h đến 9h50|
|Thứ Ba||28-11-2023||5h30 đến 10h30|
|Thứ Tư||29-11-2023||5h50 đến 11h30|
|Thứ Năm||30-11-2023||6h30 đến 12h|
Looking at the table above, you have determined whether you can go to Hon Ba Vung Tau today or not. Time frame shared by the Yeu Vung Tau community. Tho Dia will update the Hon Ba Vung Tau low tide schedule every month in this article. Please remember to check each month’s schedule.
Hon Ba is a quaint island situated near the Nghinh Phong cape, just about 200 meters away from the base of Small Mountain. If you climb up to the top of Nui Nho (Small Mountain), you can gaze out at the sea and spot the small island not too far from the shore. Additionally, if you stand on the shoulders of the Statue of Christ the King, you can enjoy a panoramic view of Hon Ba Vung Tau.
The island is quite petite, and visitors can explore it within 15 minutes. Hon Ba features a small sacred site named Chùa Bà (Ba Temple), making it a spiritual destination that draws pilgrims from not only Vung Tau but also the surrounding regions.
Where is Hon Ba Vung Tau? Can I go today?
You will find Hon Ba near Con Rong slope, opposite the Statue of Christ the King on Thuy Van street (Bai Sau).
Who Does Hon Ba Vung Tau Worship?
In 1781, a small temple was constructed on the island to honor the Water Dragon goddess (Thủy Long thần nữ), who is responsible for regulating the climate to ensure favorable weather conditions for fishermen to conduct their business in peace and prosperity. This temple is believed to bring good fortune and benefits to those who worship there.
This information was reported by the Ba Ria Vung Tau Newspaper.
The temple is commonly known as Ba Temple (Chua Ba) or Hon Ba, named after the Water Dragon goddess. For over 200 years, the Thang Tam villagers have consistently raised funds to repair, restore and expand the temple, making it a grand and spacious place of worship.
Tips for visiting Hon Ba in Vung Tau – Important Considerations
Getting to Hon Ba Vung Tau is easy. Simply park your car/bike either in the middle of Thuy Van slope or at the foot of it, and then walk to the beach. There’s no need to worry about finding a parking spot, as Hon Ba Vung Tau is becoming more popular. From the parking lot, it takes approximately 10 minutes to walk on the sand and another 10-15 minutes to walk on the beach road to reach Hon Ba Temple.
The road to Hon Ba may not always be accessible by foot, as during high water days, a boat may be required.
To traverse the uneven, rocky path flanked by water, it’s essential to gather information on the previous tide. This path typically resurfaces on the 14th and 15th days of every lunar month, detaching from the beach and leading to Hon Ba around 5:00 p.m. During this time, it’s convenient to stroll along the path to explore the island and visit Ba temple.
Please be aware that the rocks on the shallow road to Hon Ba have sharp edges and can become slippery due to barnacles clinging to them on flooded days. To prevent injury, it is recommended that you wear appropriate footwear and move with caution.