Chill out on stunning Quat Lam beach

Chill out on stunning Quat Lam beach

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Quat Lam Beach is a magnet for foreign tourists as it is just 100 kilometers from Hanoi.

Quat Lam is also famous for its indigenous watermelon which is well-known for its red color and sweet taste.

Local authorities developed the beach after 1997 and thus the beach area, coconut forests, peanut farms and watermelon farms have made way for hotels, restaurants and tourist services. They are close together under shades of sea pine lines, creating a bustling urban area along the beach.

The road to the beach, located 40 kilometers from Quat Lam Town in Giao Thuy District, Nam Dinh City, is smooth so tourists can negotiate their way no problem and once they arrive they will realize that the simple things in life have to enjoyed, chilling out on the beach.

If things get too hot tourists can go for a swim or sit in the shade and enjoy some seafood. Tourists also have the option of visiting Xuan Thuy National Park, which is home to numerous animals, birds, flowers and a huge primeval forest.

Quat Lam salt field is also a destination that visitors to Nam Dinh should not miss. (Source: SGT)

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