The Most Beautiful Beaches in Vietnam

It’s almost summer season already!! Are you looking for some place that is more relaxing and helps you to get rid of stress? Vietnam is one of the most modern countries in the world because it has plenty of famous tourist spots. One of the main tourist destinations here in Vietnam is the popular beach resorts that will surely amaze you. This article provides the review of the most beautiful beaches in Vietnam today. This might help you to decide on where you’re planning to spend your vacation.

Vietnam beaches have been the most famous beaches of the travelers. The popularity of the beaches had grown when foreigners discovered the turquoise waters and peculiar scuba diving along with the Vietnam’s central and south coast. There are a lot of beach resorts that comes with a good price and comfortable bungalow. However, some beach resorts haven’t been developed until now so here are the top 3 best beach resorts in Vietnam.

NhaTrang

The NhaTrang beach resort has been located to the KhanhHoa province. This is a popular busy beach because it has endless days of sunshine. This island is also known as the home of Rainbow Divers which is the first PADI certified diving center in Vietnam. This place also contains soft coral reefs which make a lot of divers dive hard in that particular area. There is also some activity above water such as wakeboarding, kite surfing, and banana boat rides which you will surely enjoy. There are many 5-star resorts which come with an excellent service at a very affordable price. These resorts also contain amusement park, shopping mall and many entertainment options on the beach.

Hoi An

Hoi An offers magically beach experience for vacationers. The best place for fun and relaxation. It is the ghetto of stunningly preserved blonde and azure constructions that makes every traveler feel like they just stepped back in time into an 18th- century trading post. Hoi An is a beach that will bring any traveler to both modernity and history.

Sapphire and deep blue waters lie on the other side of a 15-minute bike ride north through motionless rice paddies, ancient French colonial cottages, and the special propaganda poster. The beachfront of the well-known China Beach where combatants were directed for R&R during the war makes up the southern section. Lately entitled one of the most luxurious beaches in the world by Forbes,

Hoi An declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1999. This is once popular trading site in SouthEast Asia for Japanese, Chinese and other nearby countries. Sister will surely get the best beach experience and a glance to a historic scene in this place. Read More …