Besides the most attractive beaches in the North Central Coast such as Sam Son or Hai Tien, Thanh Hoa is also famous for its impressive landscapes such as Pu Luong, May Waterfall, Cam Luong Fish Stream.
Hai Tien wharf
Located in Hai Tien, the wharf area is one of the most attractive check-in spots in Thanh Hoa. Located right in the center of the beach, Hai Tien wharf is like two rows of giant ships that are close to the surface of the whispering waves. The rows of white balustrades and street lamps bearing European architecture create a scene like you are in Europe.
And of course, Hai Tien beach is also a place not to be missed with the clear sea, the sunshine, the salt shimmering fields in the sun.
Sam Son Beach
Located only about 170km from Hanoi, Sam Son is known as the national tourist destination of the Northern and North Central provinces, with a long coastline and smooth sandy beaches.
“Afraid to go because of long-distance, once arrived don’t want to go back as it is too beautiful”, which is certainly the feeling of many tourists when coming to Pu Luong – a mountainous area with a cool and pleasant climate in the west of Thanh Hoa province. Coming to Pu Luong this time, you will have chances to experience the hunting of clouds and take many photos of bright yellow sun pictures.
Pu Luong is a nature reserve so it possesses lush green forests as well as beautiful waterfall streams, forming a magnificent and pristine mountainous landscape.
Cam Luong Fish Stream
If you are interested in a little unique and strange experience, Cam Luong Fish Stream is a must-have place in your check-list.
Among the limestone mountains, the stream which is more than a hundred meters long, 4 meters wide, has tens of thousands of colorful fish (weighing from 2 to 8 kg, queen fish weighing up to 30 kg). And especially, their bodies glow whenever they swim.
Visiting Cam Luong, in addition to seeing the exotic fish stream, visitors can also visit Dang cave which is deep in Truong Sinh mountain. The source of the fish stream also originates from this mountain.
May Waterfall (which translates into ‘cloud’) is about a three-hour drive from Hanoi and is a true gem. Although the route is poorly managed, the experience is completely rewarding. May Waterfall consists of more than nine individuals falls in low season, resembling a sea of cascading clouds.