The poetic sandy beach of Long Vang cape
The sandy beach of Long Vang Cape in Tien Yen district's Dong Rui commune is renowned for its pristine beauty.
Tien Yen district is rich in potential for the development of community-based tourism thanks to its beautifual landscape and cultural values. The district has 35km of coastline with an area of nearly 9,000ha of tidal flats, of which 6,200ha is home to a mangrove ecological system.
Particulary, Dong Rui coastal mangrove forests spanning 3,000 hectares is considered the most beautiful and unspoiled mangrove forests in northern Vietnam. In addition to the mangroves, which are its primary ecosystem, Dong Rui encompasses other ecosystems: estuary, tidal flat, lagoon, lakes and ponds, farms, and residential areas.
The sandy beach of Long Vang Cape in this area is renowned for its pristine beauty. This 3-kilometer sandy beach has been a tourist attraction that still has its pristine appearance, with golden sand gently rippling under people’s feet. It also has mangrove forests, with many trees up to 4-5m high. This is where many types of birds and mollusks live.
In order go to Long Vang cape, visitors have to hire a fisherman’s boat to catch seafood near Mui Chua port and travel for more than 10 minutes at sea.