Cua Dai beach

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Situated in the central province of Quang Nam, Cua Dai beach has been named among the top 20 best beaches in Asia as complied by famous travel website

Underwater dyke set to save Cua Dai beach from erosion

The central province of Quang Nam has allocated a fund of VND300 billion (US$13 million) to build an underwater dyke system protecting Cua Dai Beach from erosion.

Many questions remain unanswered about Cua Dai sandbank

Scientists believe that erosion in the northern coast, plus the historic flood on Thu Bon River in November 2017, helped the sandbank at Cua Dai sea emerge above the sea surface. But this has not been proven.

Should artificial islands be built on Cua Dai sea?

At Cua Dai, concrete embankments have been built to mitigate the impact of sea waves, but erosion is still occuring.

Quang Nam seeks to save Cua Dai Beach from erosion

The appearance of a 15ha sandbank, 1.8km off the Cua Dai Beach since early this year offers a chance to research changing riverhead flows and sand sedimentation at lower lands, according to experts.


Huge sum of money to save Cua Dai Beach is just ‘drop in the ocean’

The landslides at Cua Dai seaside in Hoi An City in Quang Nam province are getting more serious. The state has poured hundreds of billions of dong to fight erosion, but the efforts have been futile.

Rain, waves and rising seas erode Hoi An beaches

 VietNamNet Bridge – Nearly 70 per cent of a newly grown protective forest and a large area of Cua Dai Beach have been washed away by large waves, intense rains and a higher sea level since last year.

Erosion damages Hoi An beach

Big waves and a rise in sea level have washed away an area of 4,000sq.m of Cua Dai Beach, 5km from Hoi An’s ancient town since last week, after a series of tropical low pressures and heavy downpours hit the central coastal region.

A green island on the central coast

 VietNamNet Bridge – Cu Lao Cham, an archipelago off the coast of the central province of Quang Nam, is around 15 kilometers from the ancient town of Hoi An. The green foliage of the archipelago can be seen from Cua Dai Beach in Quang Nam.

Plastic waste discharge in ocean at high level in Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam is among five countries in the world with the most plastic waste discarded into the ocean. 

Discover a different Quang Nam to the West

 VietNamNet Bridge – The central province of Quang Nam is often known for its sunny Cua Dai beach, tranquil Hoi An Ancient Town and the mysterious My Son sanctuary.

Cua Dai Beach disappearing because of erosion

VietNamNet Bridge - The long strip of beaches with high-end resorts along Cua Dai Beach area in the ancient city of Hoi An is at risk because of soil erosion.

A well-preserved island off Hoi An

 VietNamNet Bridge – Cu Lao Cham (Cham Island) is a must-see destination for visitors to Hoi An City in the central region.

Hoi An coast threatened by erosion: in pictures

 VietNamNet Bridge - More than 3 kilometers of Cua Dai coast of Hoi An City, Quang Nam Province have been damaged by waves. Local people are living in fear.

World Heritage site loses beaches to erosion

 VietNamNet Bridge – The beaches in Hoi An, famed for its cultural and recreational diversity, are eroding quickly as local authorities search for sustainable solutions.

Photos: Quang Nam struggles to save Cua Dai beach

 VietNamNet Bridge – As the busiest seaport in Cochin since the Champa age, Cua Dai beach in Quang Nam province, central Vietnam, is becoming severely eroded.

Hoi An faces erosion threats

 VietNamNet Bridge – The loom of changing sea levels and tides are threatening the central town of Hoi An, and could destroy the UNESCO world heritage site.

Erosion takes heavy toll on Cua Dai public beach

 Big waves have washed away about 8ha of public beach in Cua Dai, 5km east of the ancient town of Hoi An, in recent weeks.

A day on Cham Island

 VietNamNet Bridge – Just 15km from Cua Dai beach in Hoi An are the Cham islands which is an ideal choice for travelers who are looking for fun in the sun by the sea.

Rising sea levels threaten central region's coastline

VietNamNet Bridge – Rising sea levels over the last decade caused the disappearance of many beautiful beaches and protected forests in the central province of Quang Nam and are now encroaching on coastal residential areas