Vietnam Beaches
To be Discovered

I still feel surprised talking about Vietnam Beaches. The truth is that Vietnam is great country with tropical weather and beautiful beaches.

Vietnam is bordered by China on the north and Laos and Cambodia on the West. The coastline of Vietnam on the South China Sea is long from north to south and is covered with amazing beaches.

Nha Trang Beach was home to Miss Universe Pageant

Nha Trang Beach was home to Miss Universe Pageant

Nha Trang Vietnam

This is one of the most beautiful bays in the world and it is known as the Mediterranean of Vietnam, surrounded by lush vegetation. It creates a moon shaped bay that recently features the Miss Universe pageant. Now this kept secret is open to the world.

Because of the geographic position facing the Sea there are no sunsets, only sunrises. And despite this is still a heaven for romantic getaways.

Doc Let Beach

This is a stretch of white sands accessible from Nha Trang. If what you are looking for is peace and quiet and you want to stay in one of the resorts on this beach, be prepared to do nothing. Isn’t that great?

Vietnam Beaches

The Tropical Beach of Phun Quoc in Vietnam

The Tropical Beach of Phu Quoc in Vietnam

Phu Quoc

Located on the southwest corner of the country this floating paradise faces the Gulf of Thailand and is just 50 km from the shore. It is worth the distance or even the flight of 50 minutes from Ho Chi Mihn City. The beaches here are spectacular surrounded by virgin nature.

The ambiance is relaxed with friendly locals providing all facilities for scuba diving, snorkeling and many other water sports. There are some fine hotels and many restaurants and bars.

Phan Thiet

This beach is very popular with Vietnamese but the tourists don’t know much about it. It has a nice beach. It is located near the Ca Ty River a great fishing spot.

Nui Ne Beach Vietnam of white sands and clear waters

Nui Ne Beach Vietnam of white sands and clear waters

Mui Ne beach

It is spread along a 10 km road and features white sands and clear waters. Although it is still a fishing village it is becoming very popular and is attracting many hotels and restaurants to cover the demand.

Here, because its geographic position protected by the sand dunes, it rains much less than in Phan Thiet.

My Khe beach

Located on the Son Tra Peninsula this 8 km sandy beach is a safe place to swim and it is popular among families with small children. The weather is mild.

China Beach Vietnam is famous since the War Days

China Beach Vietnam is famous since the War Days

China Beach Vietnam

This beach is famous among Australian and American soldiers for being the landing place during the war. It is close to the Marble Mountains and Danang.

The beach is of white sands and the waters crystal clear, making it today one of Vietnam greatest tourist attractions. This place claim to fame is the famous Furama Resort, an award winning resort with great facilities and an array of activities for the visitor.

Hong Chong

This is great destination especially if you are heading forward to Cambodia. It is a seaside village that it is worth to visit

Vietnam Beaches are now attracting millions of tourists that are discovering that Vietnam is today a friendly country with friendly people who welcome you and your family with open arms.

Mother nature has granted this country with some of the most amazing beaches in the world.

For more information visit Vietnam Tourism Website

Non Nuoc Beach on the Danang Sea Vietnam

Non Nuoc Beach on the Danang Sea Vietnam

Non Nuoc Beach – One of the Best beaches in the World

This is white sand beach open to visitors on all seasons. It is located in the Da Nang Sea and the waters are so clean as if coming from a mountain spring.

They have developed the area with fine hotels to accommodate the flock of local and foreign tourists. This 5 km beach is located at the foot of the Marble Mountain called Ngu Hanh Son.

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