Nha Trang City
Nha Trang City
The city has long been proud of some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Now there are several beaches and untouched islands, which are well preserved to visit if you find yourself in the area. At the city's main beach, known as Nha Trang Beach or the city Beach, you'll find the iconic backdrop of the bay.
Boasting about 11 kilometers of white sand banks and turquoise water, Doc Let is a convenient location for visitors with just an hour's trip from Nha Trang. The northern part of the bay is frequented by tourists, and is home to most resorts and beach hotels. The central part of the place, there are parts of the pristine coastline. Finally, the southern part of Doc let, known as Jungle Beach, is a long-established tourist area surrounded by fishing villages. Most of the cutlets are not developed as Nha Trang, with most family-owned stores offering food, kayak and house rental.
If you can drive, take advantage of the new path that grows out of Saigon and to the lesser-known Ho Coc Beach on the picturesque East coast. Located in the north of tram village in Ba Ria-Vung Tau, the beach here is located in a curved bay and sits on a setting of forests and dunes. Although there are a number of hotels and resorts along the way, this area is hardly traded by tourists, with lots of local seafood and beach chairs for rent.
Ignore the hustle and bustle of Ho Chi Minh City HCM, Mui Ne is famous for its coastline as well as some other natural wonders. A small fishing town with beaches to compete with people on this list, Mui Ne is distinguished by a vast desert, nearby known as white sand dunes and red sand dunes, famous for its sand-surfing and even hot-air balloons. However, the most popular beach part of Mui Ne area, is actually located a 15-minute quick ride in Ham Tien Ward, is also home to Suoi Tien, known for the hard sand embankment and waterfall.
With a remote location off the coast of central Vietnam, Ly Son Island is less known to tourists as a crater cluster. There are not many palm trees and beach resorts on the two main islands, Dao Lon and Dao Be. Instead, visitors find many fascinating geological formations as well as more than 50 temples and shrines along with world famous garlic and seafood. The majority of the Big Dao are brought up by garlic farms, which can be smelled from miles away, but the famous To Vo arch (pictured above) opens to clear the blue sea and fossil reefs.
Dating back to the 15th century, Hoi An is a popular tourist city in Central Vietnam, with well-preserved architecture. Talk about its history as a trading port with many influences from France, China and Japan. Nearby, visitors can also find the ancient ruins of the Champa kingdom that once occupied the area. After walking around the old town, a UNESCO World Heritage site, take the time to visit the nearby Cua Dai Beach, where the three major rivers converge before heading to the sea. The smooth and clear water surface has attracted enthusiasts to explore. The Cham archipelago of Hoi An has been recognized by UNESCO as one of the world's biosphere reserves for beautiful plant and marine diversity, including over 200 fish species.
Ha Long Bay
Ha Long Bay
This UNESCO World Heritage site is a quick day trip if it moves from Hanoi and is absolutely worthy to enjoy. Known mainly for its world-famous limestone cliffs, ha Long Bay boasts several private beaches, most typical of which are Bai Chay, which will attract most tourists. For a full experience, choose a boat sightseeing that takes you to Titop Island, an island in the Bay Center with a private beach. And, if you've got time to make an overnight trip during your visit, visit the white Sand Paws Beach.
A French colonial port on the Central Coast of Vietnam's third largest city is also the country's most beautiful beach. Water sports fans can visit my Khe Beach, the beach near the most city centre and a world famous favorite for surfing, snorkelling and jet skiing. Meanwhile, those who like a little private can board a motorcycle to the pristine beach of Tien Sa in the north of son Tra Peninsula. Other nearby attractions include the gorgeous Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park (Quang Binh), a UNESCO World Heritage site that is home to Son Doong, the largest cave in the world.
Nestled in the Gulf of Thailand a stone thrown from Cambodia, Phu Quoc is the largest island in the westernmost part of Vietnam. The most notable of these is Khem Beach, recognized as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world and Sao Beach, both located on the southern end of the island with palm trees, white sand and scenery. beautiful.
Con Dao is an archipelago of 16 islands on the southern coast of Vietnam. Once a brutal French prison, Con Dao is now known for its coral reefs, diverse marine life and soft sandy beaches. On the main island, Con Son, you will find local motels, budget hotels and a few high-end resorts, most notably Six Senses Con Dao, where beautiful Doc Doc Beach is accessible. North of Con Son town (and without hotels) is located on the quiet Lo Voi beach. And off the main island, many tourists head to the beaches of the nearby Bay Canh Islet to witness the annual release of sea turtles.
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