Da Nang is one of the best destinations for Vietnam beach holidays. It has more than 30 kilometres of seashore and calm turquoise waters. The best beaches in Da Nang are My Khe, Xuan Thieu and Thanh Binh.
My Khe Beach, with around 900 meters in length, is the most crowded of Da Nang beaches and very popular amongst the locals. It is located about 6 km east of Da Nang city and about 24km north of Hoi An. It is a stretch of smooth sand with an average width between 50m and 70m.
Sea water in My Khe is cool with little wave so you can bath all year’s round, especially in summer from May to August. The lack of large waves, less than average pollution, and an annual mean temperature around 25oC, makes it a safe place to swim for adults and children alike.
Around the hotel area, there are plenty of seafood restaurants and stalls, and large numbers of local vendors traverse the beach selling all kinds of foods and drinks. Coastal specialties like shrimps, crabs, fish, cuttles, etc. in hundreds of small shops are at reasonable price. They can be irritating sometimes – if they are too persistent, you should ignore the nuisance since that is the best strategy.
American soldiers occupied a part of the beach before 1975. They established some premises for their relaxation and recreations. With some enabling conditions such as being near the city’s centre, large space, beautiful landscapes, and qualified services (hotels, restaurants, vehicles keeping site, fresh water bathing, sunshade and buoy lease), My Khe Beach is now convenient for developing kinds of services such as fishing, water-skiing, diving, yatch race and so on.
There is an international airport in Da Nang which makes it ideal to be included in a twin centre or multi centre package. You could spend a couple of nights in Hanoi – the Capital of Vietnam – and then a week or so in the beaches of Da Nang. After all a bit of culture and sightseeing will not cause any harm to your itinerary even if you are the most enthusiastic beach lover.
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