Vietnam Beaches who new?
Table of Contents
- 1 Vietnam Beaches who new?
- 1.1 Phu Quoc (in Kien Giang) – one of the most beautiful Vietnam beaches
- 1.2 Con Dao (in Vung Tau)
- 1.3 Ho Coc (in Vung Tau)
- 1.4 Mui Ne (in Binh Thuan)
- 1.5 Nha Trang (in Khanh Hoa)
- 1.6 Cua Dai (in Hoi An-Quang Nam)
- 1.7 My Khe ( in Da Nang)
- 1.8 Ha Long Bay (in Quang Ninh)
- 1.9 How wonderful are Vietnam Beaches
With a coastline of 2,025 miles, it is not surprising that many beautiful Vietnam beaches and bays with white sands and clear blue waters perfect for scuba diving and other water sports. Tourists can enjoy sunbathing during the day and watch the sunset in the late afternoon. Nothing, is more wonderful than that!
Phu Quoc (in Kien Giang) – one of the most beautiful Vietnam beaches
Located off the coast of Kien Giang, Phu Quoc, which is known as “a pearl island,” is a favorite destination for visitors who enjoy the peaceful and pristine beauty of stretched beaches, wild forests, cool and pure streams.
So what to do in Phu Quoc?
Coming to Phu Quoc, you can bath, walk in the night market and explore the famous pearl oyster companies. In addition, you should not miss visiting the scenic spots such as Dinh Cau, Sao beach, Long beach, “Sim” forest, Pepper garden and the famnous fish sauce production. Enjoying fresh seafood and visiting Phu Quoc prison are also important parts of your trip.
There are two types of transportation you can use in order to get to Phu Quoc. They are a flight from Hanoi or Saigon to Phu Quoc or car/bus from Saigon to Ha Tien and next, the ferry to Phu Quoc. The cost of a three-day and two-night trip to the island varies from 4 to 6 million VND, depending on transportations and type of hotel accommodation chosen.
Con Dao (in Vung Tau)
Con Dao is actually an archipelago of Ba Ria – Vung Tau province. It includes 16 large and small islands. In the past, Con Dao was known as the mark of a painful historical period. But today, with the many changes over time, Con Dao has become a tourist destination that travelers everywhere love.
If you intend to choose Con Dao as your stopover, keep in mind the following exciting experiences to enjoy its full beauty.
- Diving the coral reef
- Sea turtles laying eggs
- Con Dao National Park
- Dam Trau Beach
- Enjoying oyster porridge and jam of seed of Terminalia catappa
- Con Dao prison
Ho Coc (in Vung Tau)
Ho Coc Beach-one of the beaches near Ho Chi Minh is located in Xuyen Moc District, Ba Ria – Vung Tau Province. It is about 175km from Ho Chi Minh City. It is one of the most beautiful and pristine Vietnam beaches. Huge boulders strewn across the landscape, blue water, white sand, and light waves await you.
Going to Ho Coc, you can dive into the cool water and enjoy seafood. And, do not forget to lie on a hammock to enjoy the wind and listen to the waves. Alternatively, you can rent a motorbike to travel to Tram Lake – an unparalleled beach of this province or wander to Binh Chau Hot Spring and soak in warm water or boil eggs in the unique uncovered pots.
Mui Ne (in Binh Thuan)
Mui Ne is also one of the beaches near Ho Chi Minh. You can easily catch bus from Ho Chi Minh to Mui Ne with only 4 hours.
Mui Ne attracts tourists because of its blue sea, white sand and sunshine. This place is famous for its moving sand dunes, murmuring streams and a series of high-end resorts with cheap seafood and characteristic Vietnamese dishes.
Nha Trang (in Khanh Hoa)
It is not difficult to imagine how beautiful Nha Trang beach is and how attractive Nha Trang is to domestic and foreign tourist.
In addition to the beautiful coastline, Nha Trang also welcomes visitors with magnificent Ponagar Waterfall, beautiful Ninh Van Bay; dreaming Hon Mun, modern Vinpearland, Van Phong Bay which is known as the most beautiful bay in the world or shimmering Oceanographic Institute…
Besides, you can also take part in activities such as diving coral reefs, surfing, windsurfing, kayaking. In addition to seafood, you should also try noodles and jelly soup … among other wonderous seafood dishes.
Cua Dai (in Hoi An-Quang Nam)
Situated alongside one of the world’s cultural heritage sites, Cua Dai is one of the most popular Vietnam beaches for foreign tourists in Vietnam.
Cua Dai’s specialties are not many, but most visitors are satisfied with the delicious dishes in the old town such as “Cao Lau,” chicken rice, tofu…among others.
My Khe ( in Da Nang)
My Khe beach – the beach voted as the most seductive one on the planet by Forbes magazine in 2006. A visit here means that you will have the opportunity to relax and shop in one of the Vietnam’s most favorite cities.
You will also have the opportunity to discover and conquer rivers, mountains, and the sea around My Khe beach. There are landscapes such as Son Tra Peninsula, Ngu Hanh Son Mountain, Ba Na, Hai Van Pass and Nam O Reef. You can also explore traditional villages such as Cam Ne Village, Tuy Loan Village. Delicious dishes that you should not miss in Da Nang are seafood, salmon roe, My Khe biscuits, Tuy Loan noodle, two-head pork, Quang noodles…
Ha Long Bay (in Quang Ninh)
Ha Long has many beautiful beaches. You can take Halong Bay day tour to visit these beautiful sites:
- Tuan Chau beach (artificial beach is located in Tuan Chau island resort, about 8 km from the port with sand dunes stretching 2 km);
- Quan Lan beach (beautiful and still unspoiled beach, ecological and unpolluted environment);
- Ba Truc Dao beach ( three sandy beaches shaped like a bow embrace the island, looking as far as three peaches);
- Bai Chay Beach (a large and beautiful artificial beach is located near Ha Long Bay)
Ha Long Bay is selected as one of the 10 most impressive coastlines in the world by the Huffington Post.
How wonderful are Vietnam Beaches
How wonderful are Vietnam beaches? Don’t hesitate to travel one or all of these destinations and enjoy right now! Hopefully, this article will give you a little information for your upcoming trip. Wishing you a wonderful holiday!