I was here at the wrong season as April would be a more beautiful season for the beaches. It looks decent during December and there were a number of food places at there.
The beach was very clean although the water was not clear. My family enjoyed the warm water and the yummy food on the beach. The option is to hire the beach chairs for 30,000 VD or sit for free as long as you order food. A few sellers on the beach but they were not too bad, remembering they are... More
We had a lovely ride from Hoi An to Cua Dai beach. Just before you get to the T intersection at the beach on the road from Hoi An, there is a great Restaurant about 5 shops from the T on your Right (from Hoi An) There is a tiny lane beside it where you can park your motorbikes. Good... More
Cua Dai beach is quite nice, under certain circumstances. For me, it was disappointing, but that is because I'm from California and thus completely spoiled by good beaches. If you are coming from South Vietnam, I think you will find this beach pretty dirty and not worth visiting, but if you are southbound, this could be a nice stop on... More
Rented a bike and went to have a look at the beach. But if you want to walk around youre not allowed to enter with the bike. A boy showed us we had to park the bike and pay money. It was only a vew thousend dong but still it is annoying they make you pay for everything. The beach... More
Lovely beach.... beautiful coast line. We had some food & was told that we could have free sun loungers which seemed like a good deal. Paid around £3 per head for food. Can't complain about that..!! The only reason it doesn't get a 5 star is the local ladies hassle you all day trying to sell you "stuff". We had... More
Great beach with loads of beachside restaurants. Unfortunately it was pretty much dead when I was there due to the bad weather but it would be a great place to stay in the summer months.
I woke up early to see the sunrise in Cua Dai Beach. It is so peaceful and beautiful. I love to ride a bike to the beach, everything is fresh. If you want to be immersed in local life, you can go to Hoi An town and visit Cua Dai beach on the early morning and the evening, when people... More
All beaches we visited in Vietnam were very ordinary. Long Beach on Pho Quoc Island came complete with oil slick. Cua Dai Beach is near The Palm Gardens Beach Resort. Why swim in this sort of water when you have a fantastic pool completely pampered by lovely waiters nice and cheap food and $2 beers
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