Dong Chau Beach

A peaceful place for quiet minds


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Located in Dong Minh Commune, Dong Chau is a peaceful tourist spot with a 5 km immersive beach surrounded by a casuarina forest.

Things To Do

There are numerous activities to participate in. Early birds should find it unforgettable to sleep overnight at beach huts and watch the sunrise. Energetic tourists would love to try catching sesarmidae (a type of tasty crab) with locals while others could relish watching clam and shrimp farms which look like a mosaic picture from above. 

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Dong Chau is also a heaven for food lovers to explore numerous specialty dishes like nhech salad, fermented jellyfish, jellyfish salad, Quynh Coi fish soup, Cay cake, nem chao Vi Thuy, bun bung, Bo guava, banh gai Dai Dong, banh gio Ben Hiep, banh nghe, etc.

It is advisable to visit Dong Chau beach anytime between July and September as the temperature is rather hot and hence ideal for outdoor activities. If you want to take pictures, do not miss the sunrise and sunset because the sun looks bigger and the air looks clearer in Dong Chau than anywhere else you might have seen.

A flycam is a must-have for photographers and a mosquito repellent cream should come in handy if you plan to stay outside overnight. Anyone who wants to escape the hectic city life and take a rest at a quiet place should relish the tranquil ambiance of Dong Chau beach.

Useful Information

  • Location: Dong Chau, Thai Binh
  • Best for: All visitors
  • Entrance: N/A
  • Hours: Day time visit is recommended
  • Distance to city center: 25.9km (16.1 mi)

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