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My hotel has a shuttle service (Lotus hotel)
to the beach, went on a rainy & a very cold, afternoon.
We were the only people at the beach, which was quite nice. I'm not sure if it's like that always, but I liked the idea...More
nice peaceful time out on my solo trip. i was at silk beach club on cua dai beach, a short 3km bicycle ride from hoi an ancient town. good waves, clean fine sand beach, good vibes, nice weather...
i enjoyed my me-time at cua dai.
We spent 3 night at a beach resort which looks over the beach. It's very nice beach with choice of good and cheap restaurants. Our resort offers free bikes and it's just 4km from the town. Nice place to relax !
Great beach to go for a swim and spend the day basking. Careful though because in some places you’ll get charged for parking your bike or scooter.
There are some signs on the main road pointing to the beach and some of the places offer...More
Cua Dai beach is remarkable. Most ordinary beers too on the menu. Just request them being grilled and like a great meal in a superb seaside environment. Not as inexpensive, but cannot get any fresher. A sea food delight. Starting to obtain commercialized now. Good...More
Expected a lot from this experience, visited early in the late afternoon/early evening, with intent to spend a day there. But was completely turned off by the amount of plastic, junk and litter. It looked and felt dirty. We never went back. Obviously it was...More
This's the primary tourist beach in Hoi An plus it is a gorgeous environment. You are able to rent cabanas for just a couple bucks and in case you consume foods from the restaurants that wear the chairs, you are able to remain there for...More
Cua Dai beach has suffered from storm damage and beach erosion from previous years,nice beach but in certain parts you have to access beach via huge sand bags placed there to protect to cafes and esplanade
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You will fly into Danang not Hoi An. Hoi An is not really a big town as far as travel times go. Any hotel will be able to arrange a cheap fast transfer for you. The taxis are an option also although language could be an... More
You will fly into Danang not Hoi An. Hoi An is not really a big town as far as travel times go. Any hotel will be able to arrange a cheap fast transfer for you. The taxis are an option also although language could be an issue. They are extremely cheap. Be aware if the seas are rough they may not run the boat.