Although may not be the pioneer in the beach party in the Southeast Asia, Vietnam’s beaches were well worth waiting. The country boasts more than 3400km of coastline, this beautiful country offers travelers interminable stretches of pulverulent sand, fjords, lagoons, impossible pebblestone formations and tropical islands surrounded with yet much more beaches. So, once coming to Vietnam, visiting the most primitive beaches is definitely what you should not miss. Indochina travel Vietnam
Bai Mon beach
Situated in Dong Be village, Hoa Tam commune, Dong Hoa District, Phu Yen Province, Bai Mon which is only 500 meters long, was ranked on national landscape. In Vietnam, this beach is one of a few places having the earliest day. Located overhead is stunning Dai Lanh lighthouse with incredible range of spectacular mountains. If you want to go camping on the beach, this is such a wonderful choice.
Lang Van beach
Located near Da Nang city, Làng Vân Beach is among the less known gems left to explore. After a tricky descent from the Hai Van Pass, when finding your way down, you will reach the second of three beaches forming a huge bay on the third beach of Làng Vân village. Let’s walk to the end of the third beach passing by Làng Vân village to go across one of the Hai Van mountain clinchers through a small luxuriant valley, where you can go to the forth beach on the other side of the Lang Van Bay through a lovely path if you are interested in a small adventure. South Vietnam travel
Phu Quy Island
Situated about 120km from Phan Thiet City to the east in Binh Thuan Province, Phu Quy Island which covers a total area of more than 17km 2 with great potential is thought to be the economic, political and cultural center of the island district of Phu Quy. The island itself looks like a floating city having many unique shapes like a dragon, a codfish or an enormous whale swimming in the deep turquoise sea if you see it from the sea from different directions.
Tho Chu island
Being an archipelago containing of eight islands, a commune of Phu Quoc District, in turn an island off Kien Giang Province, Tho Chu, which is an archipelago off south-western Vietnam, is a place where travelers can discover numerous amazing things. However, in spite of its wild and natural beauty, the archipelago has not been frequently visited by travelers. You have to take a 16-hour boat trip which departs every five days and make a stop at Phu Quoc Island for one night to get access to Tho Chu.
Ly Son Island
Previously known as Cu Lao Re, Ly Son which covers a total area of around 10 kilometers square of land, on two off-shore volcanic islands in the East Sea together with several islets is a district in Quang Ngai province, of Vietnam’s Southern Central Coast. In recent years, more and more visitors have been interested in Ly Son, but this island has preserved its amazingly pristine charm.
Although may not be the pioneer in the beach party in the Southeast Asia, Vietnam’s beaches were well worth waiting. The country boasts more than 3400km of coastline, this beautiful country offers travelers interminable stretches of pulverulent sand, fjords, lagoons, impossible pebblestone formations and tropical islands surrounded with yet much more beaches.