PublisherHuman Rights Watch
Publication Date22 September 2010
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(New York) - The Vietnamese government should promptly xuất hiện thorough and transparent investigations into a series of deaths caused by the use of lethal force by policemen & hold the responsible officers accountable, Human Rights Watch said today.

Human Rights Watch has documented 19 incidents of reported police brutality, resulting in the deaths of 15 people, all reported in the state-controlled press in Vietnam during the last 12 months. The Vietnamese government should publicly recognize this problem, issue orders outlawing abusive treatment by police at all levels, and make clear that any police officers found responsible for such practices will face disciplinary action and, where appropriate, criminal prosecution, Human Rights Watch said.

"Police brutality is being reported at an alarming rate in every region of Vietnam, raising serious concerns that these abuses are both systemic và widespread," said Phil Robertson, deputy Asia director of Human Rights Watch.

In some cases, detainees died after beatings inflicted while they were in the custody of the police or civil defense forces (dan phong). In other instances, victims were killed in public areas when police used what appears khổng lồ have been excessive force. Many of these incidents provoked public protests throughout Vietnam during the past year.

Deaths of people in police custody or at the hands of police have been reported in provinces in the far north such as Bac Giang and Thai Nguyen, in major cities such as Hanoi & Da Nang, in Quang nam giới along the central coast, in the remote highland province of Gia Lai, and in the southern provinces of Hau Giang & Binh Phuoc.

In many cases, those killed in detention were being held for minor infractions. For example, on June 30, 2010, Vu Van Hien of thai Nguyen died in police custody after being detained following a dispute with his mother. An autopsy revealed that he died due to severe bleeding in the brain và that he had suffered multiple injuries, including a broken jawbone & broken ribs.

Three weeks later, on July 23, public protests erupted in Bac Giang in response khổng lồ the death of 21-year-old Nguyen Van Khuong. He died just hours after being taken into police custody for riding a motorcycle without a helmet.

Local media coverage of these events has been uneven, raising continuing concerns about government control of the press in Vietnam. In some instances, truyền thông reports have led to lớn investigations of police brutality cases that had previously been covered up. For example, a series of articles published by the newspaper Family & Society in February prompted the Justice Department in nhì Duong province lớn request further investigation into the suspicious death in custody of Dang Trung Trinh on November 28, 2009, which police had dismissed previously as a "death due khổng lồ illness."

On the other hand, there has been almost no local coverage of other key cases, such as the death of Nguyen Thanh phái nam at nhỏ Dau Parish in domain authority Nang. After participating in a funeral procession in nhỏ Dau on May 4 to a cemetery located on disputed land slated for development by the government, phái nam was summoned, interrogated, và beaten by da Nang police several times. On July 2, nam was severely beaten while in custody of the local civil defense force & left bound in a remote field. He died at trang chủ from his injuries on July 3.

Local residents who responded lớn telephone queries from Radio free Asia said they were afraid lớn talk about the nhỏ Dau case, especially the cause of Nam"s death. Government authorities have denied police culpability, stating that nam giới died from a stroke. The official explanation has been rejected by members of Nam"s family, including his older brother in testimony before the US Congress on August 18.

"Rather than silencing the truyền thông or allowing journalists to publish only when given a green light, the Vietnamese government should step back và permit investigative reporting into these matters," Robertson said. "Independent journalism can help bring khổng lồ light abuses that local police và authorities hope lớn sweep under the carpet."

In the 19 incidents of police brutality documented since September 2009, there are no reports that police officers were convicted by a court for their actions. In the majority of cases, higher officials have imposed minor punishments such as requiring offending officers lớn apologize to lớn the victim"s family, accept transfer to another unit, or write a report about the incident for nhận xét by superiors.

In the few cases in which offending police officers have been suspended and/or detained pending investigations, such as the case in Bac Giang, the result appears khổng lồ have been a response khổng lồ pressure from public demonstrations against police brutality & exposés on independent internet sites that feature incriminating accounts by witnesses, photographs, videos, & blog reports.

"Many of these disturbing cases are no secret, & it is up khổng lồ government ministries và Vietnam"s National Assembly to investigate," Robertson said. "Until police get the message from all levels of government that they will be punished, there is little khổng lồ stop them from this abusive behavior, including beating people to lớn death."

Annex: Reported Incidents of Police Brutality Compiled from Vietnamese State Media

Human Rights Watch"s findings are based primarily on incidents of police abuse reported in the government-controlled press in Vietnam. This includes official organs of the Vietnamese Communist Party, army, police, Supreme Court, và general inspectorate office (Thanh Tra), as well as other officially registered newspapers & online publications in Vietnam that operate under governmental regulations such as Nha Bao & Cong Luan (Journalists và Public Opinion), Gia Dinh và Xa Hoi (Family & Society), Viet phái mạnh Net, Phap Luat Viet Nam (Law of Vietnam), Phap Luat TP HCM (Law of Ho đưa ra Minh City), Doi tuy vậy & Phap Luat (Life & Law), Dan Tri (Popular Knowledge), Lao Dong (Labor), Nguoi Lao Dong (Laborer), Dai Doan Ket (Great Unity), Tuoi Tre (Youth), Tien Phong (Vanguard), Nong Nghiep (Agriculture), Dan Viet (Vietnamese People), Dat Viet (The Land of Viet), and VN Express. Khổng lồ a lesser degree, media sources based outside of Vietnam, including the Vietnamese-language services of the BBC, Radio không tính tiền Asia, và Voice of America, và Vietnamese-language website pages and blogs inside Vietnam and abroad, were also consulted.

* September 9, 2010: Tran Ngoc Duong, 52, died in police custody at the People"s Committee headquarters in Thanh Binh commune, Trang Bom district, Dong Nai province a few hours after he was detained for a minor dispute with his neighbor. The police told his family that he had committed suicide by hanging himself. His wife expressed doubts that suicide was the cause of death. She said that Duong was found dead sitting down, with a leather belt around his neck và no marks on his neck. The case is reportedly under investigation.


* August 8, 2010: Tran Duy Hai, 32, died in police custody in Hau Giang province after his arrest a day earlier on suspicion of snatching a woman"s gold necklace. On August 12, Hau Giang"s provincial police chief announced that an autopsy had determined that hai had committed suicide by hanging. Within hours of the death the body had been cremated, preventing further investigation. No information has appeared in the truyền thông regarding whether officials have responded to complaints filed by the family with the provincial police and justice departments.


* August 6, 2010: Hoang Thi Tra, 20, was shot and injured by undercover traffic police in bầu Nguyen province while riding on the back of her boyfriend"s motorcycle. Two undercover police on a motorcycle chased the couple, who were riding without helmets, & shot Tra in the thigh after the motorcycle capsized and fell over. Tra underwent a five-hour operation to remove the bullet. After widespread public outcry, on August 11 police officials announced the three-month suspension of a police lieutenant, one of the officers involved in the shooting, pending further investigation. The deputy provincial police chief, Colonel Nguyen Nhu Tuan, told Nong Nghiep: "Many people know about & witnessed this incident; therefore it cannot be hidden or covered up."


* July 30, 2010: After Nguyen Van Trung, 46, engaged in a minor verbal conflict in a restaurant with a commune-level police officer in Binh Thuan province, the officer called the civil defense force (dan phong), a voluntary security force under the authority of village People"s Committees that often collaborates with local police. Four civil defense force members arrived và beat Trung repeatedly on his head and back with clubs until he was unconscious. Members of the defense force then took him on a motorbike lớn police headquarters, where he was handcuffed. Police officers "cursed, kicked, and hit him," causing him to lớn "spit blood," Phap Luat reported. After Trung"s family arrived at the police station và loudly protested, police allowed them khổng lồ take Trung lớn the local hospital"s emergency room. He had multiple bruises & contusions all over his back và stomach, a black eye, & cuts on his head that required stitches. Phap Luat reported that on August 1, the chief and deputy commune police chief visited Trung in the hospital. They pressured his wife not to file a complaint about the case, promised to lớn pay his medical bills, & offered lớn secure an apology from the offending police officers.


* July 23, 2010: Nguyen Van Khuong, 21, was beaten lớn death in police custody after being detained for a traffic violation by police in rã Yen district, Bac Giang province. After massive protests in Bac Giang, a police officer was arrested for "causing death while carrying out official duties" under penal code article 97. Three other officers were suspended from duty for further investigation, but no further information has appeared in the media about the status of the investigation.


* July 21, 2010: Police from La Phu commune, Hoai Duc district, Hanoi - including the deputy chief of the commune police - stopped Nguyen Phu Son"s truck, dragged him out of the vehicle, và beat him repeatedly with electric shock batons on his head and body. Phap Luat và Xa Hoi reported that Son"s father went to lớn the police station & saw his son "handcuffed with bruises all over his face. The deputy chief of police told him, "I am on duty therefore I have the right to beat your son. I dare you to file a claim. Go ahead và file a claim wherever you want..."" He was admitted to lớn a hospital the next day, Nha Bao và Cong Luan reported, và Son"s medical tệp tin reported that his entire body was "covered with bruises, especially on the lower rib area; several head & chest injuries from a severe beating the day before." Afterward, the deputy chief of the commune police who participated in the beating was asked lớn report on the case khổng lồ his superiors. There is no information as to whether any other investigatory steps have been taken.


* July 3, 2010: Nguyen Thanh Nam, 43, died after being beaten in domain authority Nang by police và members of the local civil defense force (dan phong). In articles published by Vietnam News Agency & other official state media, the da Nang Religious Affairs Committee và other provincial authorities rejected as "completely false" reports that phái nam was beaten khổng lồ death by security forces, stating that he had died at home from a stroke. Phái mạnh had been one of the members of the funeral assistance team during a controversial funeral procession on May 4 to lớn the bé Dau Parish cemetery, located on a piece of land that the government has slated for use as an economic development zone. During the funeral, police used truncheons và electric shock batons lớn beat people in the procession và arrested more than 60 persons, according to participants interviewed by Radio không tính tiền Asia afterward. Most of those arrested were subsequently released. In mid-May, six of those who had been detained were charged with opposing law enforcement officers và disturbing public order. Nam, who was beaten badly by police on two occasions after being summoned to lớn the police station for questioning, went into hiding on July 2 khổng lồ avoid being summoned again. He was apprehended that night by the civil defense force, who tied him up & took him khổng lồ a nearby rice field. When his wife arrived, she found him bound và covered in mud & blood. He died at his house as a result of his injuries. To date, there has been no report of any investigation being carried out into the killing.


* June 30, 2010: Vu Van Hien, 40, died two days after being arrested and detained at the police headquarters in dai Tu District, bầu Nguyen Province. Phap Luat reported that when the police took Hien khổng lồ the district hospital on June 29, he was in a coma & suffering from multiple injuries. The victim"s brother-in-law told Phap Luat that "at the dẻo Tu hospital, I found Hien unconscious, his mouth full of blood, his limbs bruised & scratched." An autopsy revealed that he had a broken jaw, fractured skull, blood clots in his lungs, four broken ribs, and a broken shinbone. By the time he was transferred to the provincial hospital, Hien had stopped breathing & was pronounced dead. While the police stated that Hien had a "neurological disorder" & had hit his head twice on the wall of the detention facility, Phap Luat stated in its July 26 edition that the newspaper"s "own investigation suggested that it was most likely he had been beaten khổng lồ death." Lao Dong newspaper, which reconfirmed the findings of the autopsy and checked Hien"s hospital files, concluded in an article on August 13 that "Given these injuries, it is certain that Vu Van Hien was beaten to death." As of late September, there was no information about any police officers being held legally accountable for the death.


* June 7, 2010: Responding to lớn a report of a burglary, two police officers beat to death Nguyen Phu Trung, 41, in Thuy Xuan Tien village, Chuong My district, Hanoi. According lớn articles in VN Express and VTC News, the police officers, along with two civilians, beat Trung with an electric baton, a padlock, và a wooden club and then dumped him by the side of the road, where villagers found him the next day. One month later, four people, including the two police officers involved in the beating, were arrested & placed under investigation.


* May 25, 2010: A police officer shot và killed Le Xuan Dung, 12, & shot and wounded Le Huu Nam, 43, who died five days later, và wounded Le Thi Thanh, 37, during a protest over land rights at Nghi Son Petrochemical Refinery in Thanh Hoa province, government truyền thông media and the đài truyền hình bbc and Radio không tính phí Asia reported. An article about the incident that was posted online the day after the shooting on the official government trang web Thanh Tra was later removed. On May 28, provincial authorities announced that one police officer would be arrested and prosecuted for "causing death while carrying out his duty," and that investigations would also be carried out regarding criminal acts committed by the protesters.


Van Thanh "Thanh Hoa: Gunfire, 3 Dead & Injured Persons" , Thanh Tra, May 25, 2010. Van Thanh, "More information on the incident in which gunfire shot 3 dead và injured persons: The person who fired the gun causing the unjust death of Dung is a police officer" , Thanh Tra, May 26, 2010, (Both articles from Thanh Tra, accessed by Human Rights Watch on May 31, 2010, were removed from the website site in June.)

* May 7, 2010: Vo Van Khanh, 29, died while held at police headquarters in Dien Ban district, Quang nam giới province, government media and the đài truyền hình bbc reported. During a routine traffic check a few days earlier, police confiscated Khanh"s motorcycle because he was not carrying the proper paperwork. On May 7, Khanh went to the police station lớn retrieve his motorcycle. Later that day, police called his family khổng lồ inform them that Khanh was dead, claiming he had hanged himself with his shoelaces after being taken into police custody for suspected theft. His family attributes Khanh"s death to an assault by police, noting that when his body toàn thân was returned to them, they found that his ribs were broken, his face was scratched, & there were bruises on his chest & rib cage, and shoeprints on his body. Autopsies performed by quang quẻ Nam and Da Nang authorities claimed the cause of death was suicide, và said that bruises came from rescue efforts và that the broken ribs occurred during the autopsy. According lớn a May 9 article in Nguoi Lao Dong, the police said Khanh"s injuries were caused by emergency medical procedures khổng lồ save his life. Khanh"s family rejected the official explanation và refused lớn accept the autopsies. More than four months later, there have been no reports of any police officers being held accountable or even placed under investigation in regard to Khanh"s death.


* April 24, 2010: Police in ba Ria-Vung Tau province summoned Pham Tuan Hung, 37, for questioning on suspicion of stealing a cell phone. At the station, "police used handcuffs to handcuff him to lớn the window & used batons khổng lồ beat him many times, until he fainted," Phap Luat reported. At 2 a.m. Police released Hung. "Upon returning trang chủ with a bruised body toàn thân and in a panic, Hung was bedridden và did not eat anything," Phap Luat reported. When Hung - who is an epileptic - did not get better, but continued to lớn bleed from his nose and mouth & suffer from many nightmares và seizures, he sought treatment at a hospital in Dong Nai. Lao Dong reported that he was admitted to lớn the hospital "with signs of head injuries và many other flesh wounds; he was in a panic & almost had a mental breakdown." Commune officials apologized lớn the family and paid for some of his medical bills. District authorities said that the police officers who carried out the beating would be "dealt with according to regulations," according to Nguoi Lao Dong. There have been no further reports in the media on this case.


* April 24, 2010: A traffic policeman và a commune policeman in Khanh Hoa chased and severely beat Huynh tung Nam, 21, for not wearing a helmet và left him by side of the road in a "severely critical condition" with multiple injuries, VN Express and other government media sources reported. He had a severe neck injury, a bruised right temple bone, a broken sphenoid bone, a broken right cheekbone, & torn ligaments. Dien Khanh district police later gave the victim"s family some money lớn defray medical fees. The traffic police officer remained on the police force but was transferred from traffic control lớn other duties. There has been no information in the truyền thông as to lớn whether the commune policeman involved in the beating was ever disciplined in any way.


* January 21, 2010: Nguyen Quoc Bao, 33, died in detention at the police headquarters in Hai cha Trung District, Hanoi. Government truyền thông sources, including VN Express & Lao Dong, reported that the Army Forensic Agency performed an examination & found that Nguyen Quoc Bao had severe head injuries và multiple wounds on his wrists và ankles at the time of his death. On March 27, Lao Dong published an article entitled, "While in Police Detention: The Victim Died from Being Beaten on the Head." Seven police officers were suspended, pending further investigation, though eight months later there had been no reports as khổng lồ whether any of the officers had been arrested or charged in connection with the incident.


* December 22, 2009: Nguyen Van Long, 41, died while in police custody in Bom Bo commune, Bu Dang district, Binh Phuoc province. Government truyền thông sources reported that when Long"s wife visited him at the police station on the evening he was arrested, he told her he was in pain after being severely beaten and needed medicine. At the police station the next morning, she was informed that he had "committed suicide," the Viet nam Net reported. Police officials said they interrogated Long on December 22 but stopped when he did not confess, according lớn VN Express. The next morning, police found Long dead, Phap Luat tp.hồ chí minh reported. On December 23, hundreds of people gathered at the commune People"s Committee office in protest. Nine months later, the case reportedly remains under investigation.


* November 28, 2009: Dang Trung Trinh, 32, died shortly after being arrested và held by police after a conflict with his cousin in Tien Dong commune, Tu Ky district, nhì Duong province. The police announced that Trinh died from liver disease, but a forensic examination conducted by the district forensic team in the presence of district police và a thành viên of the victim"s family showed that his ribs were broken và there were bruises all over his body, Dan Tri reported. On January 22, 2010, the district police decided not lớn prosecute the case. However, after a series of articles in Gia Dinh & Xa Hoi, the Tu Ky District Justice Department overruled the decision. On June 30, the district police investigation bureau issued Decision 27/QĐ khổng lồ prosecute the case for "illegal arrest và detention," not for manslaughter, though state truyền thông accounts vì not specify who was lớn be prosecuted.


* November 21, 2009: Nguyen Manh Hung, 33, died in police detention in Ha Dong District, Hanoi. He had been held incommunicado for 11 days, from November 10. The police said that on the day of his death Hung had chest pains và difficulty breathing, so they took him to lớn the hospital, VN Express reported. The police said Hung died in the hospital, although the hospital director said he was dead on arrival, VN Express reported. Hung"s father said his son"s body was "completely dry, all ten fingers và toes were bruised... And swelling and bruises covered one third of his leg," VN Express reported. The police investigation bureau in Hanoi rejected a complaint filed by the victim"s father stating that police had unlawfully arrested Hung, failed to lớn report his detention, và caused his death by torturing him. Citing the forensic report và Hung"s cellmates, who reported there were no signs of him being tortured, the police investigation bureau concluded that Hung died from heart failure.


* September 14-17, 2009 (two deaths): Tran Minh Sy, 23, died on September 17 while in police detention in Gia Lai province. He was among the more than 75 people arrested the previous day, when thousands gathered to lớn protest the death of Pham Ngoc Den, 29, on September 14 while being chased by traffic police in Gia Lai for not wearing a helmet. The police claimed that Tran Minh Sy died from heart & lung diseases, Tuoi Tre reported. Eight police officers later received reprimands or warnings for their behavior during the protests in Gia Lai, but no one on the police force was punished for the death in custody of Tran Minh Sy or the death of Pham Ngoc Den, which sparked the protests. Instead, 15 protesters were sentenced to lớn prison in May 2010.

Located about 40km from the center of Ho bỏ ra Minh City, dẻo Nam Wonderland is a large tourist destination suitable for people on weekends who want khổng lồ escape Saigon.

Dai nam giới Wonderland is a tourist area located in Thu Dau Mot city, Binh Duong province, Vietnam, which was started construction in 1999 & officially opened to welcome guests in 2008.


This place has many records, such as the largest tourist area in Vietnam, the longest wall, the largest temple, the highest artificial mountain, the largest artificial sea, and the first opening-designed garden in Vietnam.

Dai nam Tourist Area

Dai phái nam Wonderland is in Thu Dau Mot town, Binh Duong City, 40km north of Ho chi Minh city. With an area of ​​more than 450 hectares, the dai Nam tourist area is one of the largest tourist destinations in Vietnam, with an investment of about 6,000 billion VND. The scene of dai Nam Van Hien has a sea, lake, river, mountain, hotel, and entertainment area. A wall implying the endless beauty of Vietnam surrounds this place.

Address: Highway 13, Hiep An, City. Thu Dau Mot, Binh DuongOpening hours: 7:00 am – 5:00 pmPhone: 02743 845 878, or 02743 845 845Website: (just in Vietnamese)

Entrance fare lớn visit dai Nam Wonderland:

Entrance ticketAdultChild
Sightseeing gate100,000 VND50,000 VND
Beach gate200,000 VND100,000 VND
Zoo gate200,000 VND100, 000 VND

Note: The above is a reference price list. Khổng lồ know the exact price, you can see the map available at the ticket booth khổng lồ select the area you lượt thích to choose tickets matching up with each zone.

What is in dai Nam Wonderland?

1. Temple area

This temple is the largest one in Vietnam, built in the ancient architecture of the Ly Dynasty (1009 – 1225) with a round-square motif (symbol of Yin-Yang). In the temple area, there are many unique architectural works, but the highlight is two buildings: Thanh Van Gate và Kim Dien Gate.

a. Thanh Van Gate (Three-door Gate of Green Cloud)


Thanh Van Gate locates in front of dẻo Nam Quoc Tu. Above the gate are parallel sentences praising the Vietnamese river by author Huynh lẩn thẩn Cong.

The architecture of Thanh Van Gate is made of wood. In front of the gate are a tram station và an ancient-style communal house on both sides covered with green tiles. Behind the doors is a series of corridors depicting 54 Vietnamese peoples.

From the main entrance, you will cross the Ngoc Bich bridge and Ngoc Bich lake. After crossing these ones, you will reach the gate of dẻo Nam Quoc pagoda.

The temple campus is wide of 5,000m², & the stairs go up with 9 levels. To lớn get to dai Tu (major temple) on the high position, you have to climb these steps. Luckily, behind the temple is an elevator for the disabled và the elderly.

The hallway surrounding the pagoda is paved with large form size stone imported from Spain. Besides, 28 sets of doors are made of precious wood. On the doors are engraved with the images of the 28 founding periods of Vietnam. All the above carvings are inlaid with the real gold. In the gilded area, visitors can not touch the artifacts which are preserved.

In front of the main hall is a large lake with 54 water sprays, presenting 54 ethnic groups in Vietnam. The large part of the lake in front has a water music system, used for festivals và important shows.

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b. Kim Dien (Golden Temple)


Kim Dien is designed as an ancient Vietnamese architecture with an area of ​​5,000 square meters, with the main materials of wood, stone, and gold.

The three-storey main temple dedicates to lớn the Buddha, King Hung, & King Tran Nhan Tong.

The two sides are statues of President Ho chi Minh, General Tran Hung Dao, and Mother Au Co, all gilded. Below is a table of 54 ethnic groups and more than 2,000 Vietnamese families. Also, the temple doors are carved with historical and folk tales of the country.

The two sides outside the temple are statues of Thanh Giong và the famous general Ly Thuong Kiet riding the gilded horse. Khổng lồ enter the temple, tourists must wear socks without shoes.

2. Racecourse

The racetrack area in the dai Nam tourist area is the first complex project in the sports field in Vietnam. The racecourse has a combination of 5 types: horse racing, motorcycle racing, go-kart, jet-ski, and fly-board performance.

All the infrastructure of the racetrack is built according khổng lồ safety standards. Typically, go-kart is the basic step to lớn participate in professional F1 racing, which the first appeared in Vietnam. This place attracts a lot of tourists khổng lồ see it because of its unique & novel.

3. Zoo

Although Thao Cam Vien in Saigon is the first site khổng lồ feed the animals in Vietnam, dẻo Nam Zoo is the first opening zoo. Here the animals are not locked in barns but freely released in the captive grounds, separated from tourists by streams & trees.

The spacious zoo of 12.5 hectares has about 100 species of animals, including white Lion, white Rhino, white Tiger, white Peacock, Zebra, Turtle, Giraffe, Hippo, Indochina Tiger, South- American Monkey, Fire Panther, Deer, and Sword-Horned Antelope. However, the small animal gardens are locked & separated by glass panels.

4. Artificial sea

Dai phái nam Wonderland also owns a really impressive artificial beach, attracting a large number of families. Their children come here khổng lồ have fun & immerse themselves in the clear blue water on holidays.

This sea is the largest man-made one in Vietnam with an area of ​​nearly 2.3 hectares, a total water surface area of ​​20,000 square meters, the length of the coast is 1.4km. The waveform systems can create waves up khổng lồ 1.6m high, giving visitors the most genuine feeling like in the natural sea.

In addition khổng lồ the sea area, there are also castles surrounded by water và small islands.

5. Amusement park

At the dai Nam tourist area, you can spend time at the amusement park area with more than 40 games at many different levels, such as super-speed roaster, crash boats, snow world, cable swinging, five-lion palace, Phoenix palace, and 4D movie. All meet the fun needs of all ages.

The large gaming area và its various trò chơi types here promise khổng lồ bring you the best moments when coming to dai Nam Wonderland.

What khổng lồ eat in the dai Nam tourist area?

In dai Nam Wonderland, you can choose khổng lồ eat by yourself (bring food) or eat at the restaurant system.


Here, serving nearly 100 different dishes that are very diverse & attractive, from simple fast food, such as grilled sausages, fried fish balls, and fried beef balls lớn specialties và high-quality seafood.

Revealing a little experience for you, if you vì not want lớn eat at restaurants inside the wonderland, you can choose lớn explore delicious local dishes in Binh Duong nearby.

In Binh Duong Province, you can enjoy famous specialties, such as Banh Beo Bi, puffy sticky rice with chicken, grilled-on-tile beef, shrimp vermicelli, mangosteen salad, and beef dipped in fish sauce.

When is the best time lớn travel to dai Nam in Binh Duong?

Because dẻo Nam in Binh Duong is very large, traveling và sightseeing will take you a lot of energy in the hot weather. Therefore, the best time to travel to dẻo Nam is from September to lớn the kết thúc of the year.

Besides, you should avoid going on public holidays, such as 30 April (Reunification Day), 1 May (International labor day), và 2 September (Independence Day). It is the time when people all over the country are off so that this place is very crowded. Sometimes leading to overload make your fun less enjoyable.

The terrain of dẻo Nam Wonderland is huge and monumental, so it is not good lớn move from one area to lớn another by walking. You can rent bicycles, electric bikes, or use a train lớn be less tired & more convenient.

And finally, you can move from the center of Ho chi Minh đô thị to the dẻo Nam Van Hien Tourist area by many different means. Rent a private in Saigon khổng lồ travel lớn there is much easier và more comfortable for international guests.

Now, you know what khổng lồ play in dẻo Nam Wonderland in Binh Duong. Then, range time to lớn travel with all members of your family to lớn this tourist area.