Ho May Park
7:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Monday
7:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday
7:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday
7:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Thursday
7:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday
7:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday
7:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday
7:30 AM - 10:00 PM
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HO MAY PARK on Nui Lon’s peak – Vung Tau city is completely gathered with the factors creating a dreamlike landscape just like an Elysium, making the tourists everywhere become charmed and amazed. With the area of 50ha, at the height of over 250m compared with the sea water level, HỒ MÂY PARK always has cool and clean air, bringing an easy and comfortable feeling to the tourists. At the 120km distance from Ho Chi Minh City, HO MAY PARK is an ideal destination so that you can go sightseeing, relax and have happy and comfortable moments with your family and friends. This place is one of the famous tourist attractions in Vung Tau as well, it is favored by many domestic and foreign tourists. HO MAY PARK is a population of various landscapes in combination with many different forms of tour such as: ecological tour, spiritual tour, cultural tour, tour of entertainment, relaxation…If Ho May is considered as other Ba Na within Vung Tau, it is because the way to Ho May is rather special.
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  • PJChiang
    Davis, California134 contributions
    Similar to a Carnival?
    I had time to burn and decided to bring my 6 y.o. here. I wished I knew there was a 20% discount on the cable car ride for seniors as grandparents came in tow but did not bring IDs. The cable car ride was 400,000 VND per adult and 200,000 VND for my child. It feels a bit steep, but once up at the top of Ho May Park, all the rides are free. At the top, there are overpriced trinkets and souvenirs. There is a free shuttle that will bring you to the center of the park or you can enjoy a walk filled with beautiful scenery. When we arrived there happened to be a free magician show just about to start. The magician show was actually pretty good. From there I tried taking my daughter to the various rides. Unfortunately, many of the more fun rides were restricted to 130 cm in height and my daughter is 128 cm. She is a bit a daredevil and felt all the rides made for 130 cm in shorter was quite a bore. They also have zip lining but also sadly or 18 and over only. There was a small water park, the size you may find at a small community park. And good news, if you forget to bring your swimwear, is you can rent swimwear. That was a good way to blow time. Throughout our whole visit, there were minimal other guests in attendance. We walked by hotel rooms that appear quite empty too. Many workers were found sleeping on benches or hammocks they had set up themselves. We stopped by an ice cream stand, but the local worker that tried to help us did not have a key to open the freezer.
    Visited February 2020
    Written February 27, 2020
  • Meuok
    Bang Sare, Thailand149 contributions
    Like something out of the 50s
    400,000VMD buys you a ticket to this amusement park, accessible by cable car. Pros: no crowds, old fashioned, little scenic railway (we did three 'goes'), may 'carish' things to please a nine year old, very pleasant swimming pool, nice view, my daughter loved everything (but she's easier to please than her ol' man) Cons: Anything to do with animals: tank regard for animal welfare, the norm for SE Asia. Worth the money...probably just a yes.
    Visited April 2019
    Traveled with family
    Written March 23, 2020
  • Bob M
    Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania200 contributions
    Cable car
    Took the cable car to top, smooth ride great view of area. Got a ride to center of park in golf cart, dropped of at stage area with traditional music show , very interesting. Walked around amusement rides , great area for children playing games with family. Watched people on zip lines at top while we explored temple of happy Buddha and caves. There were very few people there when we visited by it would be a good value for a family day out. Weather was warm and windy, very enjoyable.
    Visited February 2020
    Traveled as a couple
    Written February 27, 2020
  • Harris
    Singapore, Singapore14 contributions
    Good experience
    The park costs 400,000 VND per adult which is around 23 SGD/17 USD. I had a pretty fun experience in the park, which was enhanced by the friends that I was with. Generally, the place was clean and kept, the rides were maintained, but it has the potential to be even greater. I guess for the price, it’s a good deal. There are stores and vending machines around the park where you can buy drinks and ice cream, there are a few eating places too but I didn’t try them. The park also features a zip line, paintball shooting and many others. However, one issue with the park is that it has an ecological area that includes animals and farms. The area is still in development I think, with how it looks. The animals were not kept in good conditions. Overall, I feel the park needs some improvements but it’s still worth the money to go check it out.
    Visited January 2020
    Traveled with friends
    Written January 24, 2020
  • RoamingRebels
    Vietnam313 contributions
    Not worth 400.000 VND
    If you like kitschy, and rides more suited for young kids and young teens, then this is your place. The rides are basic, some where even closed. Not worth the 400.000 VND You can watch our video about this place and Vung Tau on our Youtube Channel - RoamingRebels Vlog 18
    Visited January 2020
    Written February 24, 2020
  • Alan G
    Hong Kong, China20 contributions
    Not worth the money at all
    It is a bit old and decrepit. 400K per adult ticket (and 200k per child) is a bit steep for what you get. It reminds me of the seaside fairgrounds I experienced as a child 50 years ago. The small children play house is dirty and you have to remove your shoes there so dirty socks are guaranteed. Also, I thought that the horse and trap ride was included in the admission price but the old guy driver charged us an additional 50K dong for the 5 minute ride. The cable car up and down was the only highlight. Overall, don't waste your money. I certainly wouldn't go again nor would I recommend anyone else to waste their money. They should really demolish the place.
    Visited December 2022
    Written December 10, 2022
  • Dave M
    Vung Tau, Vietnam65 contributions
    Good day out
    We enjoyed our day here, I liked that it was pay 1 fee and the rides inside were all free then.we drove up the park along a nice scenic road. The 5d cinema was very good, go carts next and train ride
    Visited February 2020
    Written February 14, 2020
  • RGSCEW
    Australia466 contributions
    Classic "old", run-down kitsch amusement park.
    (Two adults, no children). Semi-modem chairlift belies the rest of the trip. Interesting 7D movie (a mix of bad cartoon v C-grade movie) with moving chairs inside a dome structure. Zipline was fun, so was the tyre slide. Go-karts, archery, paintball, swimming pools. If you have children, make sure they are over 130cm and life will be good. PS. Great views from chairlift and at the top.
    Visited April 2020
    Traveled as a couple
    Written May 2, 2020
  • :)
    Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam1 contribution
    Amazing trip!
    I took a lot of pictures, the views are amazing. The roller coaster is also have less damage then the other parks. But some of the games are not suitable for people who are scared of heights. You could make some lovely bubble tea just in 2 ingredients: milk and tea for a great breakfast or you could make a cup of coffee. Ho May Park also has a pagoda, in the outside, you could see some famous heroes that helped Vietnam developed (from 938 to 1700s). The special thing the park has is its park is on the mountains; you could have a ride to the park by a transportation called "cáp treo". It only took several minutes. The only thing is the swimming pool isn't filtered the water and urine at all. And the floor is no good than other pools. But this park, combining with the hotel is great! Suitable for some people who wants to have a hotel that was out of the ordinary in Vung Tau! I can't wait to go to this park for the second time!
    Visited February 2023
    Traveled with friends
    Written September 15, 2023
  • tripboard
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates46 contributions
    A must when in Vung Tau
    It's not a fancy theme park but it definitely has a lot to offer so worth your money. Your payment includes to-and-fro cable car ride with great views and unlimited access to the rides and activities. Better yet, this is the first theme park we've ever been to where we barely had to queue... for anything! Children would have a blast here and adults won't be bored either. Imagine doing horse riding, wall climbing, alpine coaster, kart-driving, target shooting, zipline, swimming in the pool (with slides) all in one day. Best of all, the entire park is nestled in verdant greenery. A true weekend escape. There's lodging in the area so you can spend the night if you feel like it.
    Visited May 2014
    Written May 30, 2014
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Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam1 contribution
Feb 2023 • Friends
I took a lot of pictures, the views are amazing. The roller coaster is also have less damage then the other parks. But some of the games are not suitable for people who are scared of heights. You could make some lovely bubble tea just in 2 ingredients: milk and tea for a great breakfast or you could make a cup of coffee. Ho May Park also has a pagoda, in the outside, you could see some famous heroes that helped Vietnam developed (from 938 to 1700s). The special thing the park has is its park is on the mountains; you could have a ride to the park by a transportation called "cáp treo". It only took several minutes. The only thing is the swimming pool isn't filtered the water and urine at all. And the floor is no good than other pools. But this park, combining with the hotel is great! Suitable for some people who wants to have a hotel that was out of the ordinary in Vung Tau! I can't wait to go to this park for the second time!
Written September 15, 2023
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Sightsee67059848211
2 contributions
May 2023
Was earlier on very hesitated to visit this place from not so positives reviews that we read.turned out we have so much fun here.thou some areas could have been better maintain to look newer, tidy and pleasant to the eyes especially tourists,overall the experience here is very fun and pleasant..from the cable car ride to the zip line,go kart,tyres slides,pools,bumpers cars etc etc , not much of Q thou we went on Sunday.we slowly stroll and walk around this very big park.missed some of the interesting activities.so do visit at the earliest if you could but will be back for sure.plenty of foods stall with reasonable price too.
Written May 30, 2023
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Robert N
1 contribution
Jan 2023
I loved this place , maybe because i read previous poor reviews comparing it to Disneyland. Its from the Fintstone era. All old, I was holidaying from Australia, and I wouldnt have missed it for anything. It was so cheap, and I loved it for what it was. Just a bit disappointed I was 5 kg over the 90 kg limit for the flying fox. The 7D movie was also great. YES I would go again, and highly recommended. Robert.
Written January 24, 2023
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Alan G
Hong Kong, China20 contributions
Dec 2022
It is a bit old and decrepit. 400K per adult ticket (and 200k per child) is a bit steep for what you get. It reminds me of the seaside fairgrounds I experienced as a child 50 years ago. The small children play house is dirty and you have to remove your shoes there so dirty socks are guaranteed. Also, I thought that the horse and trap ride was included in the admission price but the old guy driver charged us an additional 50K dong for the 5 minute ride. The cable car up and down was the only highlight. Overall, don't waste your money. I certainly wouldn't go again nor would I recommend anyone else to waste their money. They should really demolish the place.
Written December 10, 2022
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lee m
Vung Tau, Vietnam159 contributions
Jul 2020
good value for money entry includes all rides and attractions a lot to see and do, many food options as well
Written October 17, 2020
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Written November 5, 2020
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Tony Le
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam668 contributions
Jan 2020
Ho May tourist area
- With a unique position, Ho May tourist resort is located on the top of Lon Mountain, Vung Tau, at an altitude of 250m above sea level, dubbed the "Dalat city of Vung Tau" with cool temperatures around year. The best way to get to this area is by cable car. At VND 350,000 / person / 2 ways (01-2019). For guests staying at Ho May resort, free use of cable cars.
- Ho May tourist area is a complex area with a combination of different types of tourism such as Ecology - Environment, Culture - Beliefs, Entertainment, Food - Events, Resort ... Very suitable for group or family and friends activities.
- A place that I am sure you should not miss when you come to Vung Tau.
Written July 20, 2020
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James P.
26 contributions
Dec 2019 • Couples
Never imagined that they would have a amusement park in Vietnam! As an American in a foreign country.Was pleasantly surprised to find a few things that felt like home. My foreign wife had never driven a car before the go-carts at the park. Paddled the swan boats around.Road in the horse&carriage around the park. Had a great day.
Written May 21, 2020
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RGSCEW
Australia466 contributions
Apr 2020 • Couples
(Two adults, no children). Semi-modem chairlift belies the rest of the trip. Interesting 7D movie (a mix of bad cartoon v C-grade movie) with moving chairs inside a dome structure. Zipline was fun, so was the tyre slide. Go-karts, archery, paintball, swimming pools. If you have children, make sure they are over 130cm and life will be good. PS. Great views from chairlift and at the top.
Written May 2, 2020
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Meuok
Bang Sare, Thailand149 contributions
Apr 2019 • Family
400,000VMD buys you a ticket to this amusement park, accessible by cable car.
Pros: no crowds, old fashioned, little scenic railway (we did three 'goes'), may 'carish' things to please a nine year old, very pleasant swimming pool, nice view, my daughter loved everything (but she's easier to please than her ol' man)
Cons: Anything to do with animals: tank regard for animal welfare, the norm for SE Asia.
Worth the money...probably just a yes.
Written March 23, 2020
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Neil G
Singaraja, Indonesia1,479 contributions
Jan 2020 • Family
Well going up too the park in a swinging Gondala was not for me to start with, once you arw there, it has wonderful views of the City of Vung Tau and the surrounding water ways but it let's it self down because of the walks and the overall condition of the park area Although there a very interesting temple and a goog guide to assist you. With the history etc, then the down hill ride again swinging in the air. Great to put my feet on ground level pavements..
Written March 9, 2020
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