An Bang and My Khe beaches are among Asia’s most beautiful beaches
Boasting golden beaches, lush islands, and crystal clear waters environed by majestic mountains, Vietnam is home to plenty of natural attractions. Whether you’re a swimmer, surfer, or just a sunbather, Vietnam lacks no scenic seafront spots for exhilarating weekend vacations and adventurous water sports.
In the annual Traveller’s Choice Awards list for Asia’s top 25 beaches put out by TripAdvisor, a global travel site, Vietnam’s famous An Bang Beach and My Khe Beach clinched the 24th and 25th positions respectively.
An Bang Beach – a pristine seaside getaway near Hoi An Ancient Town
An Bang Beach
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Located just 5KM from Hoi An Ancient Town, An Bang Beach’s pristine waters and white sands near purple morning glory fields have made it a popular seaside getaway among both local and foreign tourists.
Visitor on a beach lounge
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This beach is a great spot to spend a relaxing day on the sand by sunbathing, reading books, or watching fishing boats sailing around the ocean.
A road leading to An Bang Beach
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In 2013, An Bang Beach was also voted one of the most beautiful beaches in the world by CNN, an international news and television channel.
My Khe Beach – a lively beach near Da Nang’s city center
My Khe Beach
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Situated just 2KM from Da Nang’s city center, My Khe beach boasts a splendid coast of white sand and crystal clear waters encompassed by lush mountains.
Two women watching the sunset over My Khe Beach
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The beautiful 900M stretch of sand is lined with resorts, beach bars, restaurants, and bungalows just steps away from the waves where visitors can enjoy the sunsets over seafood and drinks. Compared to An Bang Beach, My Khe Beach is more crowded and thus has a more lively vibe.
Fishermen’s boats on My Khe Beach
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An Bang and My Khe are among Asia’s most beautiful beaches
Aside from My Khe and An Bang beaches, Vietnam is also home to many other spectacular natural attractions. From Ha Long Bay to Son Doong Cave, the country has no lack of scenic, refreshing getaway spots to recharge, bond with your loved ones, and create memorable snapshots.
We’re glad to see more of Vietnam’s natural attractions explored and recommended on global tourism sites, and hoping for a post-COVID-19 reopening so we can receive more tourists in our country.
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Cover image adapted from: @ngoanh1988 and @seonaidrevie
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