The central province of Quang Nam is one of the brightest dots on the tourism map of Vietnam thanks to its magnet Hoi An Ancient Town. But having a star doesn’t mean the rest of the cast is made up of extras.
Cu Lao Cham
|A lone dock stretching out to the sea in Cu Lao Cham. Photo by Lam Le|
Ha My Beach
The tranquillity lying seven kilometers to the north of Hoi An is a must for anyone looking for a spot equally attractive yet hardly known. The place offers no more than waves, wind, sea and palm shades for a perfect tanning.
Bai Rang is located near Chu Lai Airport of Tam Ky, the capital of Quang Nam, 30 kilometer to the south of Hoi An. The see-through water typical of rocky beach found right here qualifies as a standard backdrop for any Instagram picture.
Bat caves of Tien An
|Photo by Tan Luc|
The sacred land of My Son (as Vietnamese call it) is aesthetically pleasing to the eyes of all beholders. Moss covered brick towers have been standing guard here since the height of the Cham dynasty 600 years ago. Though left neglected for generations, the patterns engraved on them can still be felt by the visitors eager for something other than just beach and seafood on a trip to a coastal land.
By Pham Van / vnexpress