Photo: Not the sandy white beach of your dreams.

Cua Dai Beach

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Once the darling of Hoi An, known for its stunning palm-fringed white sand, views of the Cham islands and lux resorts, Cua Dai beach is now affected by severe coastal erosion. Though the erosion has been detected since 2004, the condition has accelerated in recent years.

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Cua Dai Beach is located at the end of predictably named Cua Dai Road, running for eight kilometres along the coast, from the tip at the Cham Island ferry port north to An Bang Beach. At the public section – the first part you see where Cua Dai Road meets the beach – there are parts where it is impossible to take a “walk on the beach” without being waist deep in the ocean. This main hub, with its many seafood restaurants and sun chair rentals, used to be the main draw. Now it is an unsightly disaster/construction zone, a mix of sand bags, tarps, metal sheet piles, ropes and bamboo, and business has all ... Travelfish members only (Full text is around 400 words.)


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