Con Dao is now known for its coral reefs, diverse marine life, and soft sandy beaches.
2. Ha Long Bay
Known primarily for its world-famous limestone outcroppings, Ha Long Bay boasts a number of its own number of beaches, the most obvious being Bai Chay, the artificial setup that lures in most tourists.
3. Phu Quoc
Its many beaches remain the main attraction. Most notable of these are Khem Beach (or “Cream Beach”), recognized as one of the world’s best beaches, and Sao Beach, both sitting in on the southern end of the island and offering palm trees, white sand, and stunning views.
4. Da Nang
The closest beach to the city center and a world-renowned favorite for surfing, snorkeling, and jet-skiing.
5. Nha Trang
Iconic view of the bay, along with a decently-sized crowd during peak hours.
6. Doc Let
Doc Let also called Doc Lech, is located in Ninh Hai ward, Ninh Hoa town, Khanh Hoa province, Vietnam. Doc Let Beach stretches with high white sand, separating the mainland from the sea with verdant palm trees.
7. Ho Coc
With golden sands, rolling inland dunes and clear waters, this beach – which stretches for almost 10km north of Ho Tram – makes a tempting place to stop. Ho Coc is getting increasingly busy with visitors from Saigon but on weekdays it still remains peaceful.
8. Mui Ne
Mui Ne and Phan Thiet attractions range from stunning beaches, tropical forest and sand dunes to traditional villages, fishing harbour and ancient structures such as the Po Shanu Cham Towers and Van Thuy Tu Temple.
9. Ly Son
Summer starts on Ly Son island from June to September, the summer weather in Ly Son is very suitable for going to the beach, it is sunny and less rainy as well as the sea water is very clean and cool.
10. Hoi An
Just outside the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hoi An, you’ll find one of Vietnam’s most pleasant, unspoilt beaches. With its fine sand, lovely waters and views of the surrounding Marble Mountains, it’s a wonderful spot to spend a few days relaxing.
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