Lang Co Holidays

This superb resort in central Vietnam sits near Lang Co Bay and is framed by a pristine beach and the emerald green forests of the Truong Son Mountains. If that wasn’t enough, it is also close to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites – Hoi An Ancient Town, the Imperial Citadel of Hue and the relics of My Son Sanctuary.

The gorgeous golden sandy beach which is lapped by turquoise waters is just the place to enjoy a day of sun and sea. For those who can’t sit still for too long, there are ample watersports including kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding and waterskiing to name but a few. On land you can hire a bike and explore tranquil villages or perhaps play a round or two at the challenging championship golf course designed by Sir Nick Faldo.

Along with the nearby UNESCO sites, spend the day at Bach Ma National Park where you can hike and uncover thundering waterfalls, hidden lagoons and lush wildlife. Within the Lang Co area you  may also spy locals basket boating, a traditional method of transport used to navigate the charming fishing villas, turquoise lagoons and leafy waterways.

    Why visit Lang Co?
  • Fabulous beach
  • Great sports facilities
  • Excellent hotels
  • Near three UNESCO World Heritage Sites


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Essential facts about Lang Co
Local Time

GMT+ 7 hours

Currency

Vietnamese Dong

Travel information

Flights are available from Ho Chi Minh City or Hanoi to Danang, which is about one hour from Lang Co.

Best time to go

Lang Co enjoys warm weather throughout the year with the best weather tending to be between February-June. Whilst July and August still fall into the dry season, the temperatures can soar. The rainy season is from September to January so you can expect heavy downpours at this time, although they rarely last all day and there is usually lots of sunshine too.

Visa information

British Citizens visiting Vietnam for stays of up to 15 days and arriving up to 30 June 2021 do not require a visa. For stays of over 15 days or if you plan to re-enter Vietnam a second time within 30 days of your first departure you will need to obtain a tourist visa.

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