Travel10 Hidden Beaches in Vietnam That You Need to Visit

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There’s more to Vietnam than just its bustling cities. The country is home to some of the most beautiful and secluded beaches in the world. If you’re looking for a quiet, peaceful beach to relax on, here are 10 hidden beaches in Vietnam that you need to visit.

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Bai Tu Long Bay

Bai Tu Long Bay is a secluded area in the northeastern province of Quang Ninh. This bay is known for its dramatic limestone karsts and crystal-clear waters. It’s one of the most beautiful areas in Vietnam and is a popular destination for kayaking and sailing.

Cua Dai Beach

Cua Dai is one of the most beautiful and secluded beaches in all of Vietnam. It’s located in the UNESCO World Heritage town of Hoi An, and it offers stunning views of the South China Sea. Cua Dai is a great place to relax and enjoy the natural beauty of Vietnam.

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Doc Let Beach

Located in the south of Vietnam, Doc Let Beach is a beautiful and secluded spot that is perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and relaxing. The white sand and clear waters make it a popular destination, but it is still relatively undeveloped and quiet compared to some of the other beaches in Vietnam.

Ho Coc Beach

Ho Coc Beach is one of the most beautiful and secluded beaches in Vietnam. It’s located in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau and is known for its clear turquoise waters and soft white sand. The beach is perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and snorkeling, and there are a few restaurants and cafes located nearby.

Mango Bay

Mango Bay is one of Vietnam’s hidden beaches that you need to visit. It’s located in Phu Quoc Island, which is off the coast of southern Vietnam. This beach has crystal-clear water and white sand, making it a perfect place to relax and enjoy the incredible views.

Monkey Island Beach

If you’re looking for a breathtaking beach to relax on in Vietnam, Monkey Island Beach is a must-see. With its soft white sand and crystal-clear waters, the beach is perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and simply taking in the stunning views. What’s more, there are few tourists here so you can really soak up the tranquility.

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My Khe Beach

My Khe Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Vietnam. It’s known for its long, uninterrupted stretch of sand and crystal-clear waters. My Khe is also a great place to go surfing, kayaking, and windsurfing.

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Nha Trang Beach

Nha Trang Beach is one of the most beautiful and popular beaches in Vietnam. The sparkling ocean water, soft white sand, and gentle waves make it a perfect place to relax and enjoy the incredible views. However, Nha Trang can also be quite crowded during peak season.

Phu Quoc Island Beach

Phu Quoc Island is a stunning beach located off the southern coast of Vietnam in the Gulf of Thailand. The white-sand beaches and clear turquoise waters make it a popular spot for swimming, sunbathing, and enjoying the views. There are also plenty of activities for adventure seekers, including scuba diving, snorkeling, and kayaking.

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Tuy Hoa Beach

Tuy Hoa Beach is one of the best hidden beaches in Vietnam. It’s located in Phu Yen Province, about three hours south of Da Nang. The beach is known for its clear water, white sand, and beautiful landscape. There are also a few restaurants and cafes along the beach.

If you’re looking for a beautiful and secluded beach to relax on in Vietnam, these 10 hidden beaches are a must-see. From the dramatic limestone karsts of Bai Tu Long Bay to the gentle waves of Tuy Hoa Beach, there’s something for everyone. So pack your sunscreen and swimsuit and head to one of these incredible beaches for a perfect day in paradise.

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pinkcherie
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I bookmarked the list. I have only been to one of the beaches and heard of one or two others, the rest are completely new to me! I will have to check them out if I am close by on my next trip.

DangGang
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Which of these beaches tend to have the least amount of people? Anytime I have gone to a beach in Vietnam, most times it was very crowded. I prefer to go to the beach when there are fewer people around. 

douknowhat
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Mango Bay, I have been to that one!
It is so beautiful. The water looks like diamonds. Best part? Very few people were in the area when I went. It was very relaxing. 

MrZero
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I love beaches so I am always looking for new places to see when I take trips. I am going to add this to my bookmarks so I remember for the next time I am in Vietnam!

NomNomNom
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I was not aware of half of these beaches! Some of them truly do look hidden and likely only the locals know about them for the most part. It is nice to find hidden gems like these. 

1988TQ
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Monkey Island Beach has a resort on it if I am not mistaken. I wouldn’t consider it a hidden beach. I remember considering that as a place to stay when going there. Looking back, I think I would have had more fun! The beach does look stunning in that area. 

vietzone
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I’ve been to Vietnam in the past, but I’m planning another trip to the country this summer. I love that there are so many hidden beaches in Vietnam!

I think it’s important for travelers to know about all of these beautiful spots, so that they can make their own decisions about what they want to see and do while they’re there. It’s also good to be reminded of all of the things you didn’t know about Vietnam and I’m glad that you’re posting this because it really helps me plan my trip!

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