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The wild beauty of Thuan An beach

The wild beauty of Thuan An beach

Thuan An Beach is located in Thuan An Town, Phu Vang District, Thua Thien Hue Province is one of the beautiful beaches, attracting a lot of tourists when coming to dreamy Hue. Thuan An Beach was once classified by the Emperor Thieu Tri and is still preserved in its pristine features. Let’s explore this beautiful beach with Private Car Transfer Hoi An!

How to get to Thuan An beach?

Thuan An Beach is located 15km from Hue city center, so it only takes about 15 minutes by car or half an hour by motorbike to admire the beauty of the place.

The wild beauty of Thuan An beach
The wild beauty of Thuan An beach

Discover the wild features of Thuan An beach

Both 1km of Thuan An beach still retains its pristine appearance with fine white sand stretches and clear blue sea. Here, although tourism services have not been developed as much as Lang Co, it still attracts many tourists to explore. Camping overnight by the sea will definitely be an enjoyable experience it!

The wild beauty of Thuan An beach
Camping overnight at Thuan An beach

One day at Thuan An beach, you will have the opportunity to admire the colorful changes of the immense sea. When the east parted the first rays of sunlight, the entire sea was dyed with a golden color. At this time, you will be immersed in the vibrant, bustling but also very familiar atmosphere of the seafood trading activities. After a trip to the sea, the boats full of fish and shrimp returned in joy and excitement.

The wild beauty of Thuan An beach
Dawn over Thuan An beach in Hue

When the sun had risen, the sea surface was immense with glittering silver waves. Then in the afternoon, we will admire a beautiful picture of the sunset of the sea – a priceless gift from mother nature.

Although not many services have been developed, you should rest assured about the food and drink when coming to Thuan An Beach in Hue! You can indulge in the fresh taste of seafood-processed dishes caught by the locals themselves. It’s fun to be with friends just watching the night sea, just enjoy seafood on the charcoal grill bright red.

The wild beauty of Thuan An beach
Real sounds in Thuan An Beach

Places near Thuan An beach

If you are a lover of learning, exploring culture, history, monuments with unique architecture, the following places are very close to Thuan An beach you should not miss.

Thai Duong Temple

Thai Duong Temple is also known as Mrs. Giang’s temple associated with the mysterious story of the sea god’s wife. People in Thuan An before going to the beach for a long time often come here to pray, pray for peace and good harvest. Every year on the 23rd of the lunar month of the lunar calendar, the villagers celebrate her sacrifice and prayers of good luck for their travels.

The wild beauty of Thuan An beach
Thai Duong Temple

Tran Hai ancient citadel

Located near the sea mouth, Tran Hai ancient citadel, built in the Nguyen Dynasty, has a circular shape with a circumference of 285m, with a wide and deep trench system around. Above the citadel, there are 99 gun emplacements, Quan Hai radio and Thai Duong communal house to take up the function of defense, controlling the circulation of vessels when coming to the ancient sea gate. On the 11th and 12th of January every year, there is the Bridge of Fisheries ceremony at the Thai Duong yard with the procession across Thuan An beach. The festival has also attracted the attention of people in the area and visitors from many places.

The wild beauty of Thuan An beach
Tran Hai ancient citadel

In Hue, there are always many beautiful places and places for us to explore, not only in the city, the mausoleums, the inner city, or the luxurious hotels and restaurants, but somewhere in the far lands. There are also scenes worth exploring and traveling. If you have a Hue city tour only in the City, then you should linger one day to experience the beautiful lands here. It is really beautiful and makes you comfortable in the summer here.

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