Sponsorship is over now. San Mig can not deliver beer so we are turning other local Brewery. SO GOOD BYE! RGDS, VTH3
Vung Tau Hash House Harriers
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A great way to meet new people, see out of the way places and keep fit. These groups are all over the world and this one is sponsored by SAN Migel beer, so after a great workout (generally bushwalking up and down mountains) refreshment is...More
good organisation, very convivial, good choice of trips - wishing to take part in these sunday walks as often as possible
Fabulous way to see Vung Tau’s beautiful countryside while meeting new people and getting fit too! I’m fairly new to Vung Tau and found this group so friendly and helpful.
Very interesting, funny and multinational activity. Easy way to training your English. Every time friendly atmosphere. If you come there once, you will be back again. There is no age limit.
Vung Tau Hash meets at 2.00pm EVERY Sunday at Hon Ru Ri and organises trails in and around the Vung Tau area. It is a great opportunity to get out, have some fun, do so exercise and meet a great range of people (of all...More
My partner and I love going to VT Hash every week! As newbie expats in Vung Tau, we came here only knowing one person, by the end of our first Hash we knew 20! The trails we walk every week are fantastic and varied and...More
Stumbled across Hash House Harriers Webpage when looking for things to do in this area. Joined the following day and now look forward to each and every Sunday. The leadership group is welcoming and everyone so friendly. Apart from the obvious benefits of exercise, a...More
The Vung Tau hash house harriers is a wonderful way to spend a sunday in Vung Tau .. There are made up of a varied international group of other hashers who are great fun to be with and come from all over the world. Kick'off...More
I joined this group for a hike up a local mountain and later for their Christmas party. They were exceptionally welcoming and made me feel like part of a family. Indeed, there were several families present. Even an adorable poodle made the trek. It's not...More