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Located about ten minutes away, Cua Dai Beach is the closest beach to Hoi An and is a great place to spend an afternoon or a fun day out with the entire family. The beautiful Cua Dai Beach is one of the five UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Vietnam. The 3 kilometre long beach is covered in fine white powdery sand, and is lined with swaying palm trees. The clear blue water here is calm and therefore ideal for recreational activities like swimming and floating. For those who decide to splash around in the tropical blue water, there are even changing huts on the beach, as well as a few bungalows. The beach is incredibly popular during the summer as well as on holidays. If visiting during this time, tourists will find numerous stands and kiosks selling a variety of delicious fresh seafood and refreshments located around the beach. For those looking to relax and unwind, the beach is usually quiet during the week, and thus it is best to visit then....more

Hoi An, Vietnam

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Located about ten minutes away, Cua Dai Beach is the closest beach to Hoi An and is a great place to spend an afternoon or a fun day out with the entire family. The beautiful Cua Dai Beach is one of the five UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Vietnam. The 3 kilometre long beach is covered in fine white powdery sand, and is lined with swaying palm trees. The clear blue water here is calm and therefore ideal for recreational activities like swimming and floating. For those who decide to splash around in the tropical blue water, there are even changing huts on the beach, as well as a few bungalows. The beach is incredibly popular during the summer as well as on holidays. If visiting during this time, tourists will find numerous stands and kiosks selling a variety of delicious fresh seafood and refreshments located around the beach. For those looking to relax and unwind, the beach is usually quiet during the week, and thus it is best to visit then.

Ticket Price

Free

Opening Hour

Throughout the day

Recommended Visit Duration

Around 2 hours more

Suitable For

Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children

Must See

The beautiful sand and water

Prayer Facilities

Muslim visitors to Hoi An will not be able to find any mosques in the city. They will therefore have to offer their prayers in their hotel rooms, or when visiting Cua Dai Beach, they should easily be able to find a secluded place to pray; especially during weekdays, since the beach does get quite crowded during weekends.

Halal Food

While Muslims visiting Hoi An will not be able to find any Halal restaurants in the city, they will definitely be able to find a number of restaurants and stalls serving a variety of delicious vegetarian and seafood dishes. As mentioned above, there is a number of food stalls located around the beach. Muslim tourists can therefore dine on the fresh seafood items available here.

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  • For a Flawless Muslim-Friendly Travel Experience in Vietnam

    Vietnam is a breathtakingly exotic and compelling destination to visit. In addition to its beautiful landscapes, traditional festivals and powdery white sand beaches, the sheer brightness and hospitality of Vietnam will make a visit an unforgettable travel experience. Read on to discover what Vietnam has to offer. Hanoi Hanoi - the vibrant capital of the country - is a must-visit when travelling in Vietnam. With a perfect mix of culture and modern city life, Hanoi is one of the most rapidly developing cities in the South East Asian region and offers plenty of facilities to ensure an enjoyable visit. For Muslim travellers, plenty of facilities will be available in Hanoi. Several Halal restaurants are available across Hanoi and finding Halal food in Hanoi will not be that difficult. Cosiana Hotel & Halal Restaurant, India Palace – Dakshin, Khazaana, Nisa, Little India, d’Loins and Tandoor Restaurant are amongst some of the most prominent Halal restaurants. For prayer facilities, Muslim travellers could visit the Al Noor Masjid located on Hang Luoc Street which is the only mosque in Hanoi. Ho Chi Minh City Another must-visit destination when travelling in Vietnam is Ho Chi Minh City. Being the largest city of the country, Ho Chi Minh City was the former capital of the country and is also popularly known as Saigon. It is considered to be one of the best places to visit in Vietnam and offers a wealth of attractions ranging from museums to parks to gardens. Ho Chi Minh City is home to many of the Halal restaurants and mosques in Vietnam and access to facilities for Muslim travellers will be easy to find. There are several mosques in the city and Halal restaurants at Ho Chi Minh City include Vietnam Delights Halal Restaurant, Banana Leaf Halal Restaurant, Mumtaz, Lion City Exclusive, Vdelights, Bombay Restaurant, Salima Halal Restaurant and Saigon Seri Penang. Nha Trang Another popular tourist destination in Vietnam is the stunning seaside resort of Nha Trang. Nha Trang is famed for its breathtaking powdery white sand beaches, its beautiful bay and magnificent waterfalls. Bai Dai beach and the Bai Duong Beach are two of its best beaches and are also fantastic spots for diving and snorkeling. However, travellers may have to keep in mind that facilities for Muslims are not as plentiful as the two bigger cities of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Nha Trang is not home to any mosques and also offers just one prominent Halal restaurant – Omar's Indian Restaurant – which is an excellent spot for Halal Indian cuisine. Hoi An The ancient and serene city of Hoi An is another high-rated travel destination in Vietnam and is ideal for travellers with an interest for history and culture. Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hoi An captures the culture of the Vietnam with beautiful architecture and an attractive riverside setting, making it an enchanting place to visit. The Old Town area of Hoi An is the highlight of the city and is home to several fascinating buildings and houses. Unfortunately, facilities for Muslim travellers will be scarce, with Hoi An being home to very few restaurants and no mosques. It is possible to opt for seafood or vegetarian cuisine, but it is recommended that you enquire about how food is prepared prior to dining.   There are also several other fantastic destinations in Vietnam that are worth visiting. Some of Vietnam's other prominent destinations include Hue, Mui Ne, Da Nang, Duong Dong, Da Lat, Sa Pa, Ha Long, Can Tho, Vung Tau, Ninh Binh and Cat Ba. Though facilities for Muslim travellers at these destinations might not be available in abundance in comparison to the bigger cities in the country, with extensive planning and preparation Muslim travellers will undoubtedly be able to experience an unforgettable travel experience.   ...



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