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Kem Beach – a pearl of southern Vietnam

Kem Beach – a pearl of southern Vietnam

Saturday, May 11, 2024, 13:00 GMT+7
Kem Beach – a pearl of southern Vietnam
Kem Beach on the south end Phu Quoc Island off the coast of Kien Giang Province, Vietnam.

Kem Beach on the southern of Phu Quoc Island in southern Vietnam is a must-visit destination thanks to its enchanting white sands and stunning ocean backdrop.  

At one point, Canadian travel company Flight Network had Kem Beach listed amongst the 50 most beautiful beaches on the planet.

Kem Beach boasts an average of 154 sunny days per year and an average temperature of 23 degrees Celsius.

From above, the beach curves in a majestic crescent, wedged between the blue sea on one side and green hills on the other.


Aside from basking under the shade of nearby coconut trees, visitors to Kem Beach can enjoy volleyball, kayaking, swimming, parasailing, and canoeing.

The beach is also surrounded by a diverse array of restaurants, many of which are open from morning until night.  

“I was ‘wowed’ when I arrived at Kem Beach for the first time. It was splendid,” said Charlie, a Canadian traveler.

“The sun, wind, fine sand, clean water, and rows of coconut trees make [the beach] perfect.”

Local visitors, like Phuong Trang from Hanoi, shared equal love for the beach, sharing that it brought them a feeling of peace.   

An aerial view of Kem Beach.
An aerial view of Kem Beach.
Gorgeous sand and magnificent sunlight bring tourists to the beach.
Gorgeous sand and magnificent sunlight bring tourists to the beach.

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Thanh Ha - Han Ngoc / Tuoi Tre News


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