The water is kind of murky as is the horizon. Far from the most picturesque beach Iv been to however the coconut trees are quaint and allow the novel opportunity to sip fresh coconut water on the beach.
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We rented bicycles and made a stop at the beach on our way to cross the rice fields. It is fringed by very tall palm trees, but when you get to the beach itself you will see that it is not very wide and there...More
This beach is the same as most beaches around the world. Great for sunbathing. I think they have coconut boats here as decoration. Worth a fly by visit if you’re not a beach going fan! There’s a cool Irish hostel about 5 mins from here...More
Good beach at Hoi-an, lots of facilities at the edge which aren't to obtrusive, clean and its so long there is loads of room. Just a mile or so from the town so you could walk it(careful of the motorbikes on the road). Taxis are...More
The storm that hit a little over a month ago has really damaged the beach and surrounding areas in this part of town. An Bang beach is definitely prettier if choosing between beaches. I’m sure in time this will be better when things get back...More
Long broad white sand beach. Lots of local people trying to sell you something or get your money in others ways! Hold tight on to what you want and don’t get seduced to something you won’t do. Most of the beach chairs are for free...More
With my family we were staying Hoi An, which has two beaches some kilometers to the east, An Bang Beach and Cua Dai Beach. The six of us hired bicycles at VND 30,000 a day and road the six kilometers to Cua Dai Beach, then...More