Tra Co beach is the most beautiful beach in the North of Vietnam. The beach with white and smooth sand and blue sea water. Tra Co beach has now become a favorite stop over for visitors to Vietnam.
Why the beach is becoming more and more popular for tourists. Because it’s the longest beach in the north of Vietnam. Also it’s very close to the China border. It’s the most primitive and most romantic beach so it attracts a lot of tourists.
How Tra Co Beach is Special?
While Halong bay & Bai Tu Long bay call mother & children dragon but Tra Co beach call as dragon tails.
Visitors who come here will be curious about the beach. Because its beauty utilizes a tourist brochure. Also It is very useful for people who have never set foot in the border area. Tra Co Beach is about 10 km northeast of the centre of Mong Cai City. It takes about 15 minutes by bus.
The water is very clean and you can see the mountains and rows of greenish trees reflected on the water. It would be an interesting experience for any visitor. The first point in the northeast of the S shaped Vietnam.
It is worth a visit Tra Co Beach
From here they can take pictures to show their presence there. Sa Vi Cape is situated so that from there we may see the Cape received, where the first milestone, No.1378, of the border between Vietnam and China is planted.
The fishing village is also situated on this boundary so there is a possibility to witness the life of the local fishermen.
The locals have gotten used to the hardships and problems on the border so they’re sturdy and resilient, but very welcoming for tourists. Following a couple of hours of catching fish with the locals, visitors will enjoy a comfortable family meal of fresh sea food right at the floating raft. During the early mid-day, tourists can visit Sa Vi riding tandem bicycles in the cool breezes blowing out of the sea. As opposed to other beaches, Tra Co Beach still preserves its primitive beauty, fascinating visitors.
After boat trip in Halong Bay you may interest this beach. You can take local bus from Bai Chay bus station. Address: QL279, Giếng Đáy, Tp. Hạ Long, Quảng Ninh
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