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Beautiful beaches

Spanning more than 3000 kilometers, Vietnam’s coastline features infinite stretches of powdery sand, hidden coves, lovely lagoons, impossible boulder formations and tropical islands ringed with yet more beaches. With such an expansive coastline, the different parts of Vietnam’s coat posess distinctly different climates, assuring you of great beach weather somewhere in Vietnam virtually all year round.

Vietnam’s beaches also almost always combine with a range of other great experiences. From the boutique restaurant and trendy bars of Nha Trang, to the world class mega-resort of Non Nuoc Beach, and the dramatic red and wind-surfing opportunities, heading to the beach in Vietnam offers something for everyone.



Although not as spectacular a beach as Mui Ne and Nha Trang, the old French seaside resort of Vung Tau is often overlooked by tourist and therefore for many, all the more alluring. Just 128 kilometers south east of Ho Chi Minh City, Vung Tau can be easily accessed by land or regular hydrofoil. A popular weekend destination for city- dwellers, and provides the perfect place to unwind.



Just a few hours from Ho Chi Minh City, Mui Ne is known for its dramatic mix of red and white sand dunes spanning dozens of kilometers in length. Possessing a more laid back appeal than Nha Trang, Mui Ne is all about relaxing by the seaside, with consistent winds ideal for lite-and wind- surfing, and surf between August and December do offer more adrenaline-packed activities. Just 22kilometres west of Mui Ne lies the traditional fishing village of Phan Thiet complete with small fishing harbor brimming with boats and beach are also well- worth a visit.



This 30km beach between Da Nang and Hoi An is comprised of fine white sand and palm trees. To the north lies My Khe, popular with the locals, the beach comes to life in the early morning with Tai Chi classes, and in the afternoon with dwellers seeking relief from the heat of the day. In the center is Non Nuoc, a new playground with 5 star resorts complete with azure swimming pools, fine dinning restaurant and world class golf courses. Whilst to the south ( east of Hoi An ) is laid back Cua Dai. Dotted with beach-side cafes and restaurants beneath swaying palms, Cua Dai is also a popular base with divers visiting the Cu Lao Cham Marine Park.



Bordered by mountain and set beside a beautiful stretching bay dotted with more than 20 island, Nha Trang is one of Vietnam’s prettiest stretches of sand and rightfully one of its most popular destinations. Under its tropical sunshine visitors are offered an endless array of seaside recreational opportunities; from simple whittling away the day in a deck chair reading the latest Best Seller, to more adrenaline packed activities of jet-skiing, parasailing, and diving island reef. In the evening Nha Trang town buzzes with life offering a range of stylish boutique restaurant, bars and clubs. For a quieter and relaxed experience visitors can jump on a boat cruise to any of the nearby island or head to Doc Let Beach, north of Nha Trang.