The Con Dao islands have been shielded from being exposed by their disconnected area off the coast. Appreciate it while it keeps going, with their sprinkling of resorts and an overdose of pure shorelines, as this is for sure the future name and face of Vietnamese shorelines.
My Khe/Cua Dai
Whether you call it My Khe toward the north or Cua Dai toward the south, or even China shoreline, it’s all only one long, delicious stretch of sand. Take a stab at surfing off the shores of Danang or simply spoil yourself at the resorts close Hoi An.
Vung Tau to Phan Thiet is just about one long shoreline, however a lot of it remains benevolently out of reach to the masses. Test its potential with a retreat to Ho Coc, a brilliant sandbar about halfway along this stretch.
Basically the most delightful island in Vietnam, Phu Quoc is generously sprinkled with picture-perfect white sand shorelines and shrouded in thick, impervious wilderness. Long Beach is refined, Ong Lan Beach emotional, and Bai Sao simply undeniable.
While the droves are sunbathing in Nha Trang, err the coast to this little teaser, home to some climatic resorts and some squeaky white sand, a spot to escape from the chaotic world.
The undisputed champion of Vietnam, Nha Trang has been thumping out guests for decades. Genuinely, the town is shameless and brash, yet the shoreline is strong and excellent and a portal to a bunch of quieter islands.
Set on an alluring swathe of sand, Mui Ne is an outright charmer with influencing palms and towering dunes. Get beat on the shoreline by a masseur or wallop by the waves with some water sports – this spot is a perfect blend of sports and fun.
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