Resting On The Sand With 5 Hot Beaches In Vietnam6 min read

Resting on the sand with 5 hot beaches in Vietnam

Hot weather ? Get your backpack and resting on the sand with 5 hot beaches in Vietnam. Vietnam’s beaches are popular and famous location of travelers and locals seeking to break out the bustling city existence. Aside from over 3,000 km of sands and clear waters, Vietnam additionally has plenty of secluded coves and islets fit for snorkelling, island-hopping and scuba diving.

Keep reading for our tips to Vietnam’s famous beaches. Getting to some of those locales can be a new adventure, depending in your place, but the mixture of atmosphere and breathtaking views of those beaches are well really worth.

Long Beach (Phu Quoc island)

Located along 20 km the western coast of Phu Quoc island, Long Beach is the most popular beach in Kien Giang Province where you can find swanky beachfront resorts, beachfront restaurants, cafés and bars with breathtaking sunset views. Also known as Bai Truong, the beach is still relatively pristine with plenty of palm trees and soft sands.

Long Beach in Phu Quoc is divided into the northern and southern ends, 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.

Resting on the sand with 5 hot beaches in Vietnam
Long Beach (Phu Quoc island)

Long Beach is easily navigated on foot, but we highly recommend renting a motorbike or bicycle to explore traditional fishing villages and pearl farms located on the southern end of the beach. 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.

We highly suggest renting a motorbike or bicycle to explore traditional fishing villages and pearl farms. As the beach is located on the west coast of Phu Quoc Island, many guests make their plan here to enjoy sunset views. It’s also a perfect spot for sunbathing, snorkelling, and swimming, in particular for those staying on the luxury resorts and hotels

Recommended hotel nearbySalinda Resort Phu Quoc Island

Mui Ne Beach (Phan Thiet)

Mui Ne is Phan Thiet’s most prominent coastal resort town, 15 kilometres of sandy beaches which covered with an array of dining and shopping venues as well as luxurious beachfront resorts. An excellent idea for experiencing the daily lives of the local nearby, the northern end of Mui Ne Bay is home to a traditional fishing village which also give a view of the coastline lined with swaying palm trees and colourful fishing boats moored on the water.

Mui Ne Beach (Phan Thiet)

When it comes to dining in Mui Ne, you can discover a numerous variety of beachfront restaurants serving authentic Asian fare, regional specialities, and fresh seafood from the East Sea. If you’re craving something from back home, there are lots of expat-owned and resort restaurants that provide familiar regional dishes from around the world. Nightlife in Mui Ne also have inn bars, late-night restaurants, and hippy lounges set alongside the seaside.

Recommended hotel nearby – Victoria Phan Thiet Beach Resort & Spa, Villa Aria Mui Ne

Hon Chong Beach (Nha Trang)

Hon Chong Beach in Nha Trang is a five-minute drive from the iconic Po Nagar Cham Towers, where you can relax in a quiet setting. There’s also a rock formation that stretches out towards the sea, which requires a fee of VND 25,000 if you wish to climb it.

It’s well worth the money and effort as you’ll be greeted with panoramic views of the crescent-shaped Nha Trang Beach and surrounding islets. Several cafés and seafood eateries line the beach, while 300m south of Hon Chong is Hon Do (Red Island), which has a Buddhist temple on a hilltop.

Resting on the sand with 5 hot beaches in Vietnam
Hon Chong Beach (Nha Trang)

You’ll pass Khmer pagodas, Cao Dai temples, pepper farms, grandiose churches and karst outcrops en route to Hon Chong, home to photogenic stone grottoes, cave shrines and what would be the nicest stretch of sand on the delta’s mainland if it weren’t for the dirty water, polluted by discharge from the nearby cement factory.

Recommended hotel nearby – Vinpearl Resort Nha Trang, Sheraton Nha Trang

Non Nuoc Beach (Da Nang)

Non Nuoc Beach is located in the city of Da Nang, yet has surprisingly clear water that is home to rare, highly exportable seaweed and multiple five-star hotels. The waves are particularly suitable for surfing, among other watersports, and the nearby restaurant scene is fantastic as well — Da Nang is home to La Maison 1888, one of the most beautiful restaurants in the world.

Non Nuoc Beach (Da Nang)

Non Nuoc Beach in Da Nang takes up five kilometres of Hoa Hai Ward’s coastline, featuring soft white sands, a gentle slope, unpolluted waters and mild waves all year long. Widely regarded as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, visitors can do plenty of sightseeing and leisure activities whilst enjoying local seafood dishes at its many beachfront restaurants.

If you’re looking to surf during your holiday in Da Nang, the best time to visit Non Nuoc Beach is between the months of April and September. There are also surf and stand-up paddling lessons available for inexperienced visitors.

Recommended hotel nearby – Hyatt Regency Resort Da Nang, Naman Retreat Da Nang

Cua Dai Beach (Hoi An)

Cua Dai beach, located 5 km east of Hoi An ancient town, is one of the 25 most beautiful beaches in Asia. With long white sand dunes, turquoise water and golden sun, this place becomes an attractive destination for domestic and foreign tourists.

This is the most beautiful beach in Quang Nam with long sandy beaches, the waves fluttering away everything in the afternoon sunshine. Cua Dai is distinguished by the splendid buildings, the luxury resort facilities and modern, surrounded by brightly colored flowers and fragrant aroma.

Resting on the sand with 5 hot beaches in Vietnam
Cua Dai Beach (Hoi An)

Cua Dai is the place where the Thu Bon River flows into the sea, so there are a lot of fish, one of the most interesting attractions for tourists is the type of fishing, hunting predatory fish such as Hanh, Hanh Lanh , Hong Vuc, … Guests can fish near the shore or can also rent a small fish floating in the sea amidst immense waves. With its own features, Cua Dai left in the heart of visitors an unforgettable feeling when leaving here.

Recommended hotel nearby – Palm Garden Resort & Spa, Victoria Hoi An Resort & Spa

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