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Loved this place unspoilt pretty much how I thought a vietnamese village would be
lots of old boats A long bridge leading out to a couple of small Resturants
you can see the fish in the tanks & there so.e massive ones swimming around ....More
This little village used to be the place where local fishing boats anchored. Since the tourism boom in 2016 locals have started to transform the area into fishing farms and restaurants all in one. You can see fresh seafood swimming in submersible cages and you...More
One more scam beach in Asia! Don't believe the images oi social media. A good photo is going to make you believe something different from the reality! First you have to drive around 40minutes in a dirt road, and if a other motorbike or a...More
I actually did not check out the floating village, but since there is no TripAdvior page for the Starfish Beach it is located at, I'll leave my review here.
Starfish Beach is on the far north side of the island, so chances are it's going...More
Went here today after reading the reviews, we had a nice meal, but nothing amazing for the £35 it cost for three of us, this area could really be special if the locals cleaned it up.
It’s a really bumpy journey so make sure your...More
The taxi driver did not look all too happy to go to Rach vem, but waited the whole 5 hours we spent on the beach. Book your transport back; there are no taxis by mistake here. The road there is not marked nor paved but...More
A potentially beautiful beach but marred by dirt from food scraps and various debris at the edge between sand and vegetation. The water is a bit murky. The fishing village and the wooden walkway to the restaurant on stilts are certainly intriguing and spectacular but...More
I didn't come here for the floating village but is here for the starfish. For beach lovers, you can easily spend 4 hours here. Transportation here is only available via cabs or private hire. There's one public toilet that isn't modern.
Once you see past...More