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Posted by Greymare on 20/3/2016 at 19:40

I am visiting Vietnam in the middle of April. After moving around for two weeks
I would like some beach time. I have read that Hoi An is lovely then read the beach has been washed away! Is this correct and if so can anyone recommend alternatives, a Thanks

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Posted by ashleymia on 20/3/2016 at 22:33

You can go to Cua Dai beach, which is far from Hoi An about 5 km. It's quite pristine and is in top 25 the most beautiful beaches in Asia.
My Khe beach is also great, but it's farther than Cua Dai beach. It lies in Da Nang city.

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Posted by edwardrainny on 20/3/2016 at 23:29

As i know, Cua Dai beach is been eroding. Therefore, i think you should visit Danang or Nha Trang.
Happy travels!

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Posted by aileehoran on 20/3/2016 at 23:53

If you like the quiet,freshness and tranquility, AN BANG is highly recommended for you. AN BANG is nearer central than CUA DAI beach, it just takes 10 minutes taxi to arrive there. You can comfortably do every things without worrying about others people's eyes. You will be attracted by its blue and clean water with the white long sand,... Anyway, it is too perfect to experience here.

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Posted by SoManyMiles on 30/3/2016 at 00:58 TF writer

Hi Greymare,
Hoi An essentially has two noteworthy beaches. Cua Dai is the one heavily effected by erosion and the sandbags, reinforcement walls are an eyesore. An Bang is still great. Nearby alternative is the beaches in Da Nang including My Khe.

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