Ho Tram and Long Hai are small resorts located on the southern Vietnamese coast. They provide perfect places to relax and rejuvenate after time spent touring the cultural sights of Vietnam without the need for internal flights, and are a wonderful alternative to some of the more bustling resorts within the area. So simply sit back and relish the opportunity to get away from it all.
Ho Tram is a small beach town with a wide expanse of beach and inviting crystal clear waters. While you may wish for nothing more to do than lazing on a lounger by the pool, with a good book and refreshing cocktail to hand, you can also take a leisurely stroll along the shore or hire a bicycle and pedal through the countryside where the rice paddies stretch infinitely. Visit nearby villages and sample some of the local delicacies at a street market, or visit the hot springs and mud baths of Binh Chau, popular with locals for their supposed healing properties.
Long Hai is a picturesque fishing town set on the shores of a pretty white sand beach, particularly along the eastern end where the palm trees reach down to the shore. The western end of the beach is full of hustle and bustle as that's where the fishing boats are moored, so take a wander and catch a glimpse of local life.
Both resorts are very much hotel based as apart from the beach itself, the choice of things to see and do is limited, although there are a variety of watersports for those keen to be active. You will also find an array of excellent restaurants within easy reach, serving delicious local fare as well as global favourites. Ho Tram also has a beautiful, yet challenging golf course and a popular casino where you might like to try your luck!
GMT +7 hours
Both resorts are easily accessible by road from Ho Chi Minh City. The journey takes about 15 hour 30 minutes to Long Hai or 2 hours to Ho Tram.
Ho Tram and Long Hai’s weather is split into two seasons: wet and dry. The dry season begins in November and ends in April/early May with late February to May being slightly hotter and more humid. The wet season lasts from May to early November with the highest rainfall from June to August, although for much of the wet season, rainfall rarely lasts all day.
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