Best beaches you can’t miss in Vietnam

1.   Nha Trang Beach, Nha Trang

The “Vegas” of Vietnam, Nha Trang, is a beautiful city backdrop to one of the best beaches in the country. The beach stretches for kilometres, lined with shops, hotels, and restaurants. The shallow water boasts amazing coral reefs if you swim further out. You can enjoy the beach during the day, head into the bustling city at night, and enjoy endless entertainment options. The city is famous for its casinos, such as Sunrise Gaming Club and Imperial Havana, where you can try your luck at your favourite casino games. If you can’t make it to Nha Trang, you can always join in and take part in online sports betting, known as cá cược thể thao trực tuyến to the locals, or casino games at some of the most famous Asian online casinos. At these popular sites, you’ll be able to find reviews of the best online sports betting sites and online casinos in Vietnam. Discover new games and find bonus codes and promotions for gambling sites across Asia. You can even play in your favourite Vietnamese casino from the beach or bet on your favourite team— all you need is your phone and an internet connection.

2.   Non Nuoc Beach, Danang

If you’re after a more relaxed beach vacation, look no further than Non Nuoc Beach in Danang. One of the most beautiful and tranquil beaches in the country, you can spend your time sunbathing amongst the palm trees and listening to the gentle sounds of the sea.

3.   Doc Let Beach, Hon Khoi Peninsula

If you prefer to escape the hustle and bustle of busy beaches and cities like Nha Trang you can head up the coast and find the peaceful Doc Let Beach on the Hon Khoi peninsula. Doc Let beach gives off authentic, untouched island vibes and is quieter than Vietnam’s other beaches. Postcard-perfect, this beach’s white sands and evergreen trees make it a must-see for those seeking a hidden gem!

4.   An Bang Beach, Hoi An

The ancient town of Hoi An has two beautiful beaches to choose from. Cua Dai is the perfect beach for you if you are after a laid-back tourist vibe. It is lined with palm trees, cafes, and restaurants, yet is tranquil. On the other hand, An Bang Beach is a great spot if you’re looking to mix with the locals. This beach gets busier in the late afternoons and evenings, but during the day, you are sure to find the space under an umbrella and enjoy this relaxing spot.

5.   Quan Lan, Bai Tu Long

If you want to venture further out, Vietnam has many incredible islands which offer astonishing scenery. With fewer people travelling to the islands, the beaches are often tranquil with fewer people and tourists. Quan Lang is its own island and the 3km of beaches stretch out into the luscious greenery. With fewer people travelling out to this remote island, there are some incredible snorkelling spots which are booming with sea life and colourful corals.

6.   Long Beach, Phu Quoc

Phu Quoc is the biggest Vietnamese island, and for this reason, it has many beautiful, paradisiac beaches to explore. Long Beach, known as Bai Trong in Vietnamese, is the most developed beach lined with shops and restaurants. This beach has soft, yellow sand that stretches far into the national forest, and pepper plantations surrounding it. As Phu Quoc is bigger, it gets busier; make sure to head to the beach early to avoid the crowds.

7.   Star Beach (Sau Beach), Phu Quoc

This would not be a list of the top beaches in Vietnam without mentioning Star beach. Getting its name from the hundreds of starfish that appear along the clear, blue shallows at sunset, this beach is a popular destination for locals and tourists. Star beach can get busy, especially during the holidays so we would definitely recommend getting there early in the morning to secure a good spot. With the starfish at sunset, there’s no more magic than this beach with its crystal clear waters and palm trees!

8.   Ky Co Beach, Quy Nhon

Situated between the tourist areas of Hoi An and Nha Trang, Quy Nhon is a perfect choice for your next beach getaway. With a population of only 500,000, this is a tranquil and laid-back city. The neighbouring beach of Ky Co is famous for its emerald crescent bay. Sheltered by the surrounding mountains and luscious greenery, this beach is a tropical paradise. With most tourists heading to busier destinations, you are certain to get peace and quiet on this secluded beach.

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