Enjoying summer holidays on Minh Chau island
Swimming at stunning beaches, wandering beautiful attractions as well as experiencing farmers’ fishing work are considered incredible things you should do when visiting Van Don district’s Minh Chau island in summer.
Minh Chau, an island commune belonging to Quan Lan archipelago in Van Don district, has a height of 3m above sea level.
It’s not uncommon to think of a this place as a floating mass on the sea, with white sand beaches and fresh air. Minh Chau is called a "secret pearl" where the beaches are pristine and secluded.
Visiting the island commune and spending time in nature are great for your wellbeing. Together with pristine natural sceneries that suit those who love swimming and sightseeing, staying in a homestay to understand local people’s daily life is a great choice.
Early in the morning when the sun has not yet risen, tourists should follow locals to dig sa sung, fish or catch seafood on the immense Con Trui beach close to the famous beach of Minh Chau.