BINH THUAN – Coming to Cam Binh, visitors can take a walk on the beach, check-in with the ‘tiny’ lighthouse or ride a bullock cart on the beach, enjoy seafood…
Cam Binh beach, in La Gi town, is a popular tourist attraction in the summer. This place is about 160 km from Ho Chi Minh City and 7 km south of La Gi town center, Binh Thuan. Tourists come here mainly from Ho Chi Minh City, Binh Duong, Dong Nai… because of the convenient way. The first time you come to Cam Binh, you will be impressed with the pristine sea route, fine sand and green casuarina groves…
A check-in point not to be missed at Cam Binh is the “tiny” lighthouse, about 30 meters from the shore at high tide, on days when the water recedes, can you come close to observe the high lighthouse yet? to this 15 m. Cam Binh Lighthouse helps to orient ships to safe shore, marking reefs under the sea so that boats moving through this area do not get hit. Not as famous as Ke Ga lighthouse, but this is also a favorite photo spot for young people with the pose “carrying the lighthouse in the hand”.
Visitors enjoy taking pictures with Cam Binh lighthouse. Photo: Siddhartha
Siddhartha came from Ho Chi Minh City to Cam Binh beach for the first time, sharing that the sea here is not as blue as other places, but it is empty and the waves are quite calm, creating a sense of excitement. “The lighthouse I photographed is small, small, looks both lovely and majestic in the middle of the sea. I think Cam Binh beach is suitable for those who are not too fond of the bustling atmosphere, need a place to relax after time. long and hard work with many worries”, he expressed.
If you have a night to rest in Cam Binh, you should get up early to walk on the beach to watch the sunrise or wait for the sunset to fall, because this is a romantic experience worth trying. In the afternoon, Cam Binh is quiet with the sound of crashing waves, and the exposed rocks when the tide recedes have a beautiful shape.
In the distance, the children of the coastal village invite each other to find a cave to catch mantis shrimp on the sandy beaches with receding water, very skillful and agile. In addition, there are quite a few starfish that are swept ashore by the waves, you just go slowly, look at your feet, you will see that they are small, gray, moving under the thin sand, with 5 equal wings.
Cam Binh lighthouse shimmers at night. Photo: Dang Pham
At the sea, there are also quite a lot of interesting activities such as playing adventurous water motorbikes, experiencing ox carts for a walk, playing volleyball, beach soccer… Not to mention, Cam Binh has a long-standing fishing village. You can feel the rhythm of the fishermen’s life in the sea village through the fresh and delicious seafood markets with a variety of varieties.
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