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SO SMOOTH EVEN HORATIO NELSON WOULDN'T GET SEA SICK

Cruising down the Saigon River, then South China Sea, to Vung Tau. My first trip on one of the new... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
adrian444
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best way to get to Vung Tau

Smoking area is close to engine and very noisy for that reason. Overall a nice sea\river view. Take... read more

Reviewed 4 May 2018
Alexey D
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Cruising down the Saigon River, then South China Sea, to Vung Tau. My first trip on one of the new ferries. Smoother than the circa 1970s Russian Hydrofoils that they used to have, much more comfortable interior, but not as much fun. Old the old...More

1  Thank adrian444
Reviewed 4 May 2018

Smoking area is close to engine and very noisy for that reason. Overall a nice sea\river view. Take a bottle of wine a few friends and enjoy!

Thank Alexey D
Reviewed 30 August 2017

We took the ferry between Saigon and Vung Tau and it was a nice ride. pretty fast and enjoyable, not a busy boat when we went. Great option instead of a bus and not much more in cost at all. MY son really enjoyed it...More

1  Thank Gridiron66
Reviewed 4 August 2017

If you are in HCMC then going to the beach at Vung Tao is a lovely idea. It is a pleasant beach, with some lovely resort / spa complexes. I know there is a fast road, but the ferry is far more fun and definitely...More

Thank rupes_Bath
Reviewed 27 July 2017

Many of my friends in HCMC told me to take the car instead of the Greenlines, especially with storm in central Vietnam. Was I glad I took the Greenlines anyway. As we pass the newly build bridge leaving HCMC, I can see the traffic stop...More

Thank Randy W
Reviewed 20 May 2017 via mobile

Smooth, cheap and relatively quick. But beware on the return trip to hcmc. Do not take SAIGON TOUR TAXI (silver color). They have a fast meter and charged me 150,000 dong for a short trip that Grab taxi would do for 40,000 dong (checked it)....More

5  Thank Joe_K_US
Reviewed 30 April 2017 via mobile

Price: 10 USD/ 1 ticket/ 1 pax (adult) and 5 USD/ child (age 6-11, high under 1.4m) Duration: 75 minutes Depart at: Bach Dang pier in Saigon, District 1. Not far from the Majestic hotel (100mtrs) Land in Cầu Đá Port, Ben Cau Da, Ha Long Street, Vung Tau...More

7  Thank gauravsaini00
Reviewed 4 April 2017

The old Russian hydrofoils and Vina express are now out of service. At this time Pacific express with new boats have taken over using the same docking facilities. See the photo of thier sign on the front of the booking office.

4  Thank Moines56
Reviewed 13 March 2017 via mobile

We went on a day trip to Vung Tau with the ferry. Departure at 8am, ferry left on time and it went very smooth. The price is 200.000vnd for a one way ticket, my baby 10 months was free. There is space for luggage and...More

1  Thank Jacqueline C
Reviewed 6 March 2017 via mobile

We took a Petro Pacific fast ferry to Vong Tau and a Greenlines ferry back. Both were new, clean and felt safe. The Petro Pacific boat was a much rougher ride, however, with lots of splashing that reduced visibility and only a very small area...More

1  Thank liseanne f
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jackdelad
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Response from Gridiron66 | Reviewed this property |
The boat I took was only to Vung Tau , not sure of what you would take to Cambodia.
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Annelie M
12 September 2017|
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Response from Joe_K_US | Reviewed this property |
Google "Elisa" floating restaurant. Very near there.
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