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Bai Chay Beach - Halong City - Vietnam

Upon arriving in Ha Long city, the visitor will be driving along ’Bai Chay’ or scorched beach. The sand on this stretch of beach is dark. And judging by the name the visitors may mistakenly think that this is due to the dry climate or lack of wind in this area. However, contrary to this interpretation, the area is quite pleasant during the summer and fall months and the temperature here is around

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Nha Trang Beach - Vietnam

Nha Trang is a place to relax by day and to party by night. Its long beach is visited by locals first thing in the morning, from 5 am to 8 am. Vietnamese do not appreciate tanned skins. Foreign visitors come to the beach quite later.

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Mui Ne Beach - Phan Thiet - Vietnam

Phan Thiet is the capital of Binh Thuan province. This town is well-known for fishing industry and the popular Vietnamese fishsauce. Off Phan Thiet 24 km to the North East is Mui Ne, an ideal tourist site and a source of inspiration for artists and for relaxation.

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Lang Co Beach - Hue - Vietnam

The beach is a long stretch of fine sand, with a gradual slope and shallow waters. The average sea temperature here is 25 degrees. From here it is easy to reach other great beaches on the Son Tra peninsula. Boats leave from here for Ngoc Island, where there are many aquatic activities on offer.

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Con Dao Beach - Con Dao Island - Vietnam

Con Dao Island is a paradise for nature lovers and beauty seekers, as well as honeymooners. After an hour’s AN-38 flight, visitors will find themselves among wild sandy beaches, virgin forests and a vivid underwater world. The atmosphere is extremely peaceful and tranquil and visitors can

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Cua Dai Beach - Hoi An - Vietnam

Hoi An is very beautiful town in Vietnam. Though Hoi An is small in size, its scenic beauty and tourist attractions attract thousands of tourists throughout the year. There are numerous exotic beaches in this small town. One of them is the famous Cua Dai Beach, Hoi An. The pristine beach is located in the about 5 kilometers away from the town of Hoi An. While visiting the place in Vietnam, you must not miss the chance to visit this amazing Cua Dai Beach.

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Cua Lo Beach - Nghe An - Vietnam

For a day-long beach break, vacationers can travel about 40km away from Cua Lo to see the monument to Phan Boi Chau (a patriot and reformer, 1867-1940), hike up Dun Mountain, or take a riverboat ride along the Lam River. Sen Village where late President Ho Chi Minh grew up, is also only about 38km away

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Do Son Beach - Hai Phong - Vietnam

Do Son is a small peninsula located between the Lach Tray and Van Uc Rivers. Do Son beaches are shaded by thousands of sandalwood trees and surrounded by mountains and Pine Hills.
The sea resort town is composed of tree zones, each having bathing beaches, hills and forests. Around the hills are French-style constructions looking towards the sea. Since 1975, many large hotels and guest houses have been set up over the town and Do Son has become a weekend sea resort for Vietnamese and foreigners.

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Phu Quoc Beach - Phu Quoc Island - Kien Giang - Vietnam

Phu Quoc Island is the largest island in Vietnam. The island is part of the Kien Giang Province. Khmer and Thai still claim the sovereignty of the island. But the major threat for the island is tourism. I am sure that the unique beauty of its landscapes and its weather, will draw thousands of visitors in the future.

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Quan Lan Beach - Quan Lan Island - Vietnam

This beach lies at Quan Lan Island in Bai Tu Long Bay, between Minh Chau and Quan Lan communes of Van Don District, 55 km away from HaLong City. Its pristine beauty features unspoiled environment. The deep blue beach has strong waves and white sand, which spans over several kilometers. Tens of meters away from the beach stand the very green wild pines, which further add to its original charm.

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Quy Nhon Beach - Binh Dinh - Vietnam

Qui Nhon is the little visited provincial capital of Binh Dinh province. Although it was recognised as a city as late as 1898, its history reaches back to the days of the Kingdom of Champa. In the 11th century, the Cham people migrated southwards and moved their capital city to a location about 30km north of present-day Qui Nhon and named it Vijaya. It survived until 1471, when the citadel was sacked by the Vietnamese.

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Sam Son Beach - Thanh Hoa - Vietnam

In the early days, Sam Son was only a collection of sun-baked sand dunes rising above long pools of blue water. The name Sam Son did not appear in written documents or verbal language until the beginning of the 20th century. At the foot of the mountains, north of the Truong Le range, there is Sam village. It is popularly referred to as Nua village. This is the oldest village in the area

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Vung Tau Beach - Vietnam

Those suffering from burn out during an extended stay in Ho Chi Minh City will enjoy Vung Tau during the week, when it is relaxed. Be sure to visit the White Villa, the restored Governor’s residence. A hike at sunset to the giant statue of Jesus atop Nui Noh will reward you with a fabulous view.

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