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beach resort

Hi, would like to know if anyone could recommend a good beach resort in north Vietnam?

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1. Re: beach resort

depends when you are going. from about Nov onwards i would stay south - much warmer until about april. that means from about the half way mark up the coast. Danang, hoian in winter is just like looking at port phillip bay in winter - can be howling onshore, etc etc. so similar its uncanny

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Sunrise Resort in Cat Ba

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3. Re: beach resort

The North as others have said will be cooler than the south and with on shore winds. If it must be the North then closer to VN summer will best and then China Beach or Hoi An. A lot of Hotels there wont be on the beach and the ones that are will be 4-5 star, excepting Hoa's place near Marble Mountain which is cool backpackers place.

If you go south Ham Tien in Mui Ne has loads of beachfront Resorts all price ranges and all good. Warm or hot all year round with some surf. Ham Tien is the Kite-surfing centre of SE asia.

Cheers Ross

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