Nhan Dan online - Tourism in Vietnam has mainly developed from seaside tourism, thanks to its marvelous beaches stretching from north to south. If you have the chance to visit Vietnam, you won't forget it!
Boasting a coastline of over 3260 km and thousands of islets, islands and archipelagos, Vietnam has immense potential for developing seaside tourism, especially in the center of the country.
Considered as paradises on earth, the following five places with their white sand beaches and turquoise waters have become the favorite destinations for tourists from all countries.
Binh Hung is a small island located about a kilometer from the coast. It is part of the commune of Cam Binh, under the province of Khanh Hoa (in the Center). It is renowned for its wild beauty and for its idyllic beaches such as Binh Tien, Kinh, Nuoc Ngotj, Cay Me or even Da Trung.
A corner of beautiful Ky Co. Photo: kinhtedothi.vn
This is another very beautiful beach which is located in the territory of the commune of Nhon Ly, next to the city of Quy Nhon, in the province of Binh Dinh (in the center).
Located 20 km from the city center, Ky Co seduces tourists with its white sand and the superb limestone mountain which overlooks it.
Ly Son Island. Photo: kinhtedothi.vn
This island district is compared to a pearl in a jewel case. It is located in the province of Quang Ngai (in the Center). Many tourists have compared its magnificence to the Maldives or the South Korean island of Jeju, but at much more affordable prices.
The remains of a volcano with 5 craters, 25 to 30 million years old, were discovered there.
A corner of Phu Quy Island. Photo: kinhtedothi.vn
Located 120 km from the coast, Phu Quy is a small island in the territory of Binh Thuan province (in the Center). It is known for its calm and wild landscape and its turquoise waters. However, it is quite difficult to get there, so it remains quite confidential.
A wild and luxuriant beauty as far as the eye can see from Con Dao. Photo: kinhtedothi.vn
Wild and lush beauty as far as the eye can see. This is what we remember from Con Dao (Poulo Condor), an archipelago located 230 km south of Ho Chi Minh City, in the Eastern Sea and 180 km from downtown Vung Tau, in the province of Ba Ria - Vung Tau.
Con Dao is made up of 16 islands of all sizes with a total area of 76 km². The largest is Con Son Island (51 km²). The small islands are exceptional places of relaxation for visitors.
At dusk, it sometimes feels like the sea, the mountains and the clouds merge. Many tourists have said they would love to be able to live there.
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