Dam Trau Beach
Dam Trau Beach is home to beautiful landscapes with fine sand stretching at the foot of the cliffs with many different shapes.
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On a rocky outcrop, two large boulders bumped into each other as if the birds were lovingly caring for one another, forgetting the flow of time. Hon Cau and Dam Trau Beach were derived from an ancient legend, namely as the love story of a couple who loved each other but cannot get married because they are half-siblings.
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Frustrated by the unlucky love, Cau left home for an island far more than ten miles to seclusion until his death, where he died suddenly sprouting a row of green beetles all year round. Day by day, the girl named Trau went to the cliff where they used to date before and waited. When she learned the truth, she was too desperate and had drown herself, the place where she passed away is called Dam Trau.
- Location: Dam Trau, Con Dao
- Best for: All visitors
- Entrance: N/A
- Hours: Day time visit is recommended
- Distance to city center: 3.9km (2.4 mi)
Con Son Island
The biggest island of Con Dao archipelago, and the only inhabited, Con Son island is famed for its pristine nature and the hospitality of people. Not only holding the nice bit, the island also carries the dark past of what is called “Hell on Earth” period.
Con Dao Prison - Tiger Cage Prison
Tigers Cage Prison is the largest and oldest prison in Vietnam. The prison camp is located in Ba Ria Vung Tau province and was built in 1940.
Phi Yen Temple
Phi Yen temple is also known as An Son shrine and was first built in 1785 as a place to worship Madam Phi Yen (Le Thi Cam) the concubine of Lord Nguyen Anh.