10 Best Beaches in Vietnam
5 Vietnam popular beaches :
1 Nha Trang Beach
Nha Trang Beach
Nha Trang Beach is one of the most beautiful beach in the world and When We say Nha Trang beach, WE all understand It’s the beach with 7 kms along Tran Phu street in Nha Trang City which is a beautiful seaside promenade with plenty of luxury and mid-range beachfront resorts, hostels, souvenir shops, museums, and seafood restaurants This is a really good place for a Vietnam Luxury Beach Tour in the South of Vietnam. Nightlife around Tran Phu Beach is also popular – highly recommended bars include The Sailing Club, ZIMA, and Skylight Skydeck & Rooftop Beach Club. Alternatively, there’s a wide array of activities such as surfing, snorkelling, bicycle tours, spa treatments, meditation and yoga in Tran Phu Beach. More details about Nha Trang
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2. Long Beach Phu Quoc Island
Long Beach Phu Quoc
Long Beach stretches for almost 20km along the southwestern coast of Phu Quoc. Beginning just south of Duong Dong town and stretching almost as far as An Thoi on the southern-most tip of the island. Long Beach is divided into the northern and southern parts, with the former housing most of the island’s luxury resorts, restaurants, and tourist facilities. There’s also a backpacker’s called Long Beach Village, which is located behind Tran Hung Dao Street. While most of the beachfront are owned by various five-star resorts, you can still find several public areas towards the south. As the beach is located on the west coast of Phu Quoc Island, many travellers make their way here during the evening to enjoy breathtaking sunset views. It’s also an ideal spot for sunbathing, snorkelling, and swimming, especially for those staying at the high-end resorts and hotels. More about Phu Quoc Island
3. Mui Ne Beach Phan Thiet
Mui Ne Beach
Mui Ne is a coastal fishing town in the south-central Bình Thuan Province of Vietnam, spanning 15 kilometres of sandy beaches that are lined with an array of dining and shopping venues as well as beach front resorts. Great for experiencing the daily lives of the local population, the northern end of Mui Ne Bay is home to a traditional fishing village which also offers a picturesque view of the coastline lined with swaying palm trees and colourful fishing boats moored on the water. Mui Ne ward has two beaches; Ganh Beach and Suoi Nuoc Beach, But the most highly developed area is Rang Beach in Ham Tien ward (often erroneously called "Mui Ne Beach" by foreigners), which extends west of Mui Ne. Strong sea breezes make all three beaches very popular for kitesurfing and windsurfing.
Mui Ne is well known for unique white sand dunes, featuring several lakes and even swamps straight in the middle of sandy terrain. It is also the only place in Vietnam with hot air balloon ride service for adventurous tourists.
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4 My Khe Beach
My Khe Beach
My Khe Beach is located about 6km east of Da Nang and about 24km north of Hoi An. It is a nine-kilometre stretch of smooth sand with an average width between 50m and 70m. The gradient is gentle, and its sheltered position in the lee of the Son Tra peninsula softens the autumn winds that restrict swimming further down the coast.
Once listed in Forbes Magazine as one of the 'World's Most Luxurious Beaches', the stunning sands of My Khe Beach offer surfers and sun seekers a gloriously unspoilt hideaway with a host of big brand hotels such as Raffles and Hyatt … opening. My Khe Beach benefits from being perfectly located at the heart of World Heritage sites - the ancient port of Hoi An, the mysterious Phong Nga Caves, the home place of the Champa population and the revered imperial city of Hue are all easily accessible. My Khe Beach is also reaping the rewards of an increasing number of international flight connections from Singapore, Bangkok and Ho Chi Minh City to name a few.
5 . An Bang Beach
An Bang Beach
Just four kilometres from Hoi An’s UNESCO World Heritage centre and 30 kilometres from Da Nang International Airport, An Bang Beach is the perfect complement to the sightseeing and tourist bustle of town. With the once popular Cua Dai Beach suffering from severe erosion, An Bang now holds the crown as Hoi An’s go-to beach. The beach has rapidly grown from a sleepy beach side village, now thriving and becoming its own destination. An Bang Beach became popular so quickly, that the area is not very built up at all, adding to its beach village feel. The bars and restaurants are all quite small, but they definitely do not fault when it comes to delicious food, refreshing drinks and entertainment. There are substantial amounts of money being put into An Bang, attracting even more holiday makers to the area.
An Bang Beach is well set up for tourists. There are a few ATMs, pharmacies, convenience stores, clothing and swimming accessory shops. Coupled with lots of bars, restaurants, hotels, villas, homestays, spas, massage salons, and even cooking classes.
5 Vietnam Non touristy Beaches
1. Ninh Chu Beach Ninh Thuan
Ninh Chu Beach
Ninh Chu Beach is located 5km east of Phan Rang - Thap Cham City, in Khanh Hai Townlet, Ninh Hai District, Ninh Thuan Province. It is famous for Its 10km of white sands happed like a crescent moon, turquoise water, and green pine trees and is considered as one of the most beautiful beaches in Viet Nam, but It’s still a undeveloped Beach city and Non touristy Beach Destination . Tourists get there to seek a changes in their daily lives and get closer to the nature that they seem to forget due to busy schedules. The beach and the mountain are true masterpieces that Mother Earth blessed Vietnam.
2. Quy Nhon Beach
Quy Nhon Beach
Quy Nhon Beach is located in the central coast of Quy Nhon City , Binh Dinh Province . It streches for almost 7 kms along the City beside the main road. Even The beach is beautiful with white sand and blue water but still a non touristy beach destination. The main reasons are Not Many choices of deluxe and luxury hotels for the tourists . Now luxury hotels and resorts are building ( some of them are running ) in Quy Nhon Beach and in other beaches nearby. Theses will bring more choices for tourists to stay in the future
3. Con Dao Beach Island
Con Dao Beach
Con Dao’s turquoise waters sparkle like a jewel, and they’re best enjoyed from one of the island’s many beautiful beaches. Some are ideal for vegging out while others require an adventurous hike. One thing’s for sure: it will never be crowded. Here’s a rundown of all the island’s noteworthy beaches.
Unless you’re staying at Six Senses Con Dao, you’ll be staying in Con Son town and luckily you don’t have to go far for a dip. The town sits on prime oceanfront real estate and you can swim anywhere in this area. It’s certainly not Con Son’s best beach but it is easy walking distance and remember you can stroll through any of the beachfront resorts to find a patch of sand.
Walk north on the beach or take a quick ride along the coastal road (Nguyen Van Cu) to reach Lo Voi Beach (Bai Lo Voi). The white sand is vast, flat and empty, and relatively rubbish free. During low tide, the water can recede as far as a kilometre – you almost feel as if you could walk to one of the outer islands. Gentle shallow waters make this a lovely spot to visit.
An Hoi Beach is south of town, on the coast near Chua Van Son Pagoda. When we visited it was full of rubbish.
Dam Trau Beach (Bai Dam Trau) is undeniably the island’s best. Clean soft sand and glittering turquoise water broadly stretches out, flanked on either side with rocky green hills. You can easily spend a whole day on your trip lazing here. This beach is directly underneath the airplane landing flight path so watching the propeller planes glide in provides a few seconds of entertainment. Thankfully reggae beats or Vietnamese pop music have not invaded here; it is usually blissfully quiet. And because it is on the west coast and naturally protected, Dam Trau is swimmable even during the windy months of November to February.
To get to Dam Trau, nearing the airport turn left at the blue sign “Mieu Cau 700m”. Follow the sandy trail. If you’ve never ridden a motorbike on sand before, it does require finesse, light steady pressure on the gas and balance. We witnessed one couple take a spill here. Not pretty. If you’re uncomfortable, park the bike anywhere on the side and walk.
4. Doc Let Beach Nha Trang
Doc Let Beach
Fifty kilometres north of Nha Trang lies Doc Let, a quiet Eden of palm-fringed, powdery white sand, sparkling azure waters and a sleepy disposition. Despite its resounding beauty, relatively few people venture here and the beach still feels low-key, natural and wild. Warm blue sea, hot white sand, bright sun and plenty palm trees can make anyone take his mind off all routine fuss and enjoy laidback relax.
The coastal strip is about 6 kilometers in length. The water deepens very slowly, so bathing close to the shore is quite safe even for children. There is no great number of tourists, the key guests of the beach are married couples and honeymooners. You can walk along the coast for a long time and meet no one. Doc Let Beach is an ideal place for a romantic date for two – sunsets are wonderful here.
5. Lang Co Beach in Hue
Lang Co Beach
The beach is located along the side of National Highway No.1A Lang Co commune, Phu Loc district, Thua Thien Hue. It is about 70 kms from Hue City, 24 kms from Hai Van Pass and Bach Ma Mountain. Lang Co gathers various tourism resources such as: coast, sand-bank, lake, lagoon, spring, mountain, Hai Van pass, Bach Ma old-grow forest and historical relic… will create the diversify tourism products. Lang Co is blessed the beautiful scenery between the mighty mountain and beach, it is recognized as the beautiful bay in the world. This is one of the best places for you to stay in your summer vacations if you keen on a non touristy beach.