Lang Co Beach Hue
Located on the 1A National Highway, nearly Hai Van pass, and 24 km from Bach Ma, Lang Co beach has one of the longest coastline of 10 km in Vietnam. The gradual slope, white sands and an alluring I meter average depth along with the average temperature of 25°C in the bathing season makes Lang Co Beach the ideal place to chill out in Hue. The beach attracts thousands of tourists annually for its brilliant facilities and a wonderful atmosphere. The friendly people and the soothing environment amidst the peaceful setting add up to the grandeur of the beach.
It is not just bathing but the fauna life of the under water makes the place an ideal tourist spot. The exotics includes various kinds of shrimps, lobster, sea shrimp, crab, butter-fish, mackerel fish, oysters and the list is never ending. The Chan May scenery, Lang Co fishing village too is part of the enjoyment for the tourists as they get to know a lot about the local life from the villagers. Lying just 60 km from the main city of Hue, Lang Co beach has steadily come up as key tourists destination of Vietnam.
The Rang Cua Range which overlooks the beach forms the perfect backdrop fittingly complementing the beauty of the beach. The beach is sandwiched between Phu Gia Pass in the north and Hal Van Pass in the south. The inside part of the cliff is known as An Cu and a lagoon that opens up towards the sea simply fills in the leftover void of beauty at the beach.
The bathing season at the Lang Co beach embarks from the month of April and it continues till the end of July. The average temperature shuttles around 25°C making it the ideal season to getting drenched in the water and the spirit of the place. Those who have a preference for the sea food should get themselves geared up for a treat. The plethora of sea faunas makes every meal a
Lang Co beach was the personal favorite of Emperor Khai Dinh. It was a matter of "love at first sight" for the Emperor. The beauty of the beach inspired him to compose a poem on the landscape and carve it ion a stone to make it an everlasting impression of love for the place. The poem is well preserved in the An Cu Hong village.
So come and fall in love with the place. Its Lang Co time!