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Terrible road in, trashy shop/arrival area, rubbish everywhere, jet skis, poor water quality - just a waste of time!!!. Our group stayed 5 minutes and left. Do not believe any of the fancy, glossy photos!!!
I don't know where did all the pristine blue beach and white sand photo come from - whether is from the past 2015-2017 or major editing / photoshop skill, just don't come here. Don't waste your time and your driver's time to drive all the...More
Was here with a tour group and was told that this beach is really nice. Many reviews seems to suggest the same buy in October 2019 it was a lot of trash on the beach, and pipes from which brown water poured. I wouldn’t go...More
It has great review on Tripadvisor, so we went. But when we arrived, there is hardly anyone. The beach is filled with trash. There is a swing and a green color staircase looking thing, they will charge you (20k to 30k VND) for photo taking....More
Dropped in on the hop on and off bus
This beach and area will soon boom
Great location white sandy beach clear water though shallow for a fair way off shore
Cost 190 for 2 people to sit under umbrella with cushions for sun lounges....More
This beach is always having big crowed. For the beds on the beach they will charge VND 100.000 for each bed. Dirt mud road is scary! The sea water in front of the beds are full of trash and dirty water. Only this beach is...More
Specially rainny season, beach was calm and beautiful.
Really nice to swim at rainny season.
But beach restarant close at around 6.p.m.
우기에 파도가 매우 잔잔해서 딴세상에 온것같았어요.
비치식당과 썬배드가 6시 전에 문을 닫는것같았어요.
우기때는 남쪽바다 파도가 잔잔한것같아요.
AAA is still getting a lot of queries in regards to an IDP for Vietnam. An Australian IDP is not recognised in Vietnam. According to the Ministry of Transport of Vietnam, Vietnam accepts IDPs issued by countries who are... More
AAA is still getting a lot of queries in regards to an IDP for Vietnam. An Australian IDP is not recognised in Vietnam. According to the Ministry of Transport of Vietnam, Vietnam accepts IDPs issued by countries who are members of the Vienna Convention on Road Traffic 1968, of which Australia is not a member. Australia is under the 1949 Convention.
You are required to have a valid Vietnamese driver's licence to drive in Vietnam for all vehicles, including motorcycles of 50cc or more. Non-Vietnamese citizens are only permitted to drive in Vietnam if they hold a temporary Vietnamese drivers licence. Fines for driving without a valid driver’s licence vary.
For a temporary Vietnamese driver's licence, the applicant must hold a valid Vietnamese residence permit of at least three (3) months validity.
In Hanoi, applications for temporary driver's licences should be directed to the Hanoi Urban Transport Management and Operation Centre, 16 Cao Ba Quat Street, telephone (04) 3747 0029, fax (04) 3747 0024. In Ho Chi Minh City, applications should be directed here.