• Encounter diverse wildlife such as fishes, lobsters, and coral reefs
• Enjoy a variety of sports over turquoise waves and pristine beaches
• Explore Hai Tang Pagoda and learn the Cham people’s beliefs
• Savor a delicious seafood lunch, fresh from the ocean
The Cu Lao Cham Islands is one of UNESCO’s biosphere reserves because of its valuable marine habitats. Ride a speedboat from Cua Dai Wharf. View the small islands rising from the sea, surrounded by stunning rock formations. Stroll through the elegant Hai Tang Pagoda. This small temple was built in the 17th century to worship Buddha and the Sea Deity. Browse through Tan Hiep local market and bring home charming forest and sea themed souvenirs.
Continue to Bai Ong beach, where you can swim and snorkel in the nearby lagoon. Enjoy the peaceful scenery of the harbor, Bai Lang, and local fishing villages. Savor a seafood lunch, consisting of succulent fish and shellfish. Take a dip into crystal clear beaches and white sands. Try out thrilling water sports like paragliding, kayaking, and boat racing. Dive and discover vivid sea creatures such as clownfish, sea anemones, and lobsters. Immerse yourself in rich marine life and culture today!
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