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Vung Tau

Vung Tau yɛ kuro kɛseɛ a ɛwɔ Vietnam.

Vũng Tàu Hydrofoil Fast Ferry Station, an architectural landmark of the city
The Front Beach in Vũng Tàu with the hydrofoil in the lower right corner
A 32m-high statue of Jesus extending his 18.3m-long arms on the top of 170m-high Nho Mount


Vung Tau yɛ kuro kɛseɛ a ɛsane nso wɔ Bà Rịa–Vũng Tàu province a ɛwɔ Vietnam anaafoɔ fam. Kuro no wɔ asaasetam bɛyɛ 140 square kilometres (54 square miles),[1] kuro no sane nso wɔ urban wards ahodoɔ du-mmiensa (13) ɛne commune baako a ɛwɔ Long Sơn Islet. Vũng Tàu na na ɛyɛ province no ahenkuro kɔsi sɛ wɔde Bà Rịa city bɛhyɛɛ n'anan mu wɔ ayɛwohomumɔ bosome no da a ɛtɔ so mmienu wɔ afe mpem mmienu ne du-mmienu (2 May 2012). Kuro yi sane nso yɛ kuro a fangoo ahodoɔ a ɔman Vietnam tuo no nyinaa wɔtu mu fa dodoɔ no ankasa wɔ hɔ.[2]

Afahyɛ ahodoɔ[sesa]

Wɔ Vũng Tàu kuro mu no[3], afahyɛ titirew baako a wɔde paa ara ne Lễ hội Cá Ông (Whale Holiday).Afahyɛ ahodoɔ a ɛwɔ kuro no mu bi nso ne Kite Festival ɛne World Food Festival Culture[4] Nsrahwɛfoɔ firifiri Australian ba Vũng Tàu kuro no mu wɔ ɔsanaa bosome no mu afe biara bɛdi Battle of Long Tân afahyɛ no.[5]

A scene of the Whale Festival.

Ɔsom ahodoɔ[sesa]

Wɔ mmea mea ahodoɔ beberee no ara wɔ Vietnam man mu no, Buddhism ne som a nnipa dodoɔ no ara som. Mahayana Buddhism, ne deɛ agye nhyini pii wɔ Vietnam man no mu, na wɔn a wɔde baa Bà Rịa-Vũng Tàu ne Vietnamfoɔ a wɔte ɔman no atifi fam wɔ mfenhyia du-nson ahyeaseɛ no mu no (17th century) berɛ a wɔtrɛtrɛɛ Nguyễn lords ahodoɔ no mu no. Buddhist som no wɔ hyiadan ahodoɔ mmiensa bi a ɛne, Thích Ca Phật Đài, Phổ Đà Sơn Quan Âm Bồ Tát Tự Temple, ɛne Niết Bàn Tịnh Xá temple, draw pilgrims from around the country.[6]

Baabi a menyaa mmoa firiiɛ[sesa]

  1. https://www.britannica.com/place/Vung-Tau
  2. http://tourcualo.com/events/categories/cua-lo
  3. https://www.tripadvisor.com/Tourism-g303946-Vung_Tau_Ba_Ria_Vung_Tau_Province-Vacations.html
  4. World Food Festival Culture, online news.
  5. https://www.vietnamonline.com/destination/vung-tau.html
  6. http://bariavungtautourism.com/index.php?option=com_pages&id=21&Itemid=25&language=2