Binh Chau – Ho Coc (Coc Lake)

Coc Lake is an ecological tourist site attracts a great number of tourists from the region all year round thanks to its thermal springs and beautiful unique landscapes.

For tourists in Ho Chi Minh City, it takes only three hours by roadway to the “hot swamp,” as locals like to call it, is located in Bung Rieng Commune, Xuyen Moc District, Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province.

Visitors can enjoy the relaxed atmosphere by professional and friendly staffs. That is why Coc Lake is always crowded with people. Visiting here is also a chance for them to get closer to the nature because all springs, ponds, swimming pools, resorts, and medicinal areas are located the tranquility of the forest. Once you come, you can never forget that peaceful memory.

Amenities such as hot-water baths, mud-baths, and thermal springs for boiling eggs can fully satisfy the demands of any individual, couple, or family. Tourists can visit the special thermal spring, where they can enjoy special boiled eggs with water temperatures that reach up to 82 degrees Celsius. This thermal spring area comprises more than 70 hot springs which make up a system of springs and lakes where water temperature ranges from 37 to 82 degrees. The artesian water under the indigo forest contains silica, high nitrogen content, as well as sulfur, and sodium, useful for treating many types of illness.

With the help of Binh Chau’s herbal specialists, visitors will be consulted with guidance and instruction on how hot mineral water and mud-mineral can maintain health. Special treatments via traditional therapeutic methods combined with Chinese traditional medicine ensure that tourist will be in heaven; the feeling can be found in nowhere.

Near Binh Chau primeval forest is the Coc Lake beach. In the near future, Coc Lake will be under a project expanding the area to the east; the 55-hectare land in Coc Lake beach will be developed to build a luxurious resort serving domestic and foreign tourists. Coc Lake is an ideal destination; coming here, tourists can take a nap under poplar trees, enjoy the renowned specialty of the region, seafood rice porridge, or grilled fish.

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