Rang Beach - Om Beach has emerged as a new popular travel stop in
Phu Yen Province.
Located around 15km from Xuan Dai Bay, if travel by car to Rang Beach – Om
Beach, you should definitely ask for the direction from locals and be ready to
go through a narrow, bumpy and rocky road. However, hard work actually pays when
you reach the magnificent view of the paradise on the earth.
Rang Beach is a truly gift of mother-nature with endless white sandy beach and
crystal blue sea with gentle waves, making it a heaven oasis for anyone who
wants to seize the most peaceful moments in life with nature. The beach is also
a perfect place for overnight camping and BBQ parties where coconut trees blow
in balmy breeze.
A few meters away from Rang Beach, Om Beach boasts a totally different feeling.
While the former is known for its tranquility and isolation, the latter is
vigorous with strong waves crashing onto the seashore day and night. Just one
meter or so under the surface of the seawater is a sharp and jagged colorful
coral reef which visitors can have a look just by walking or swimming in the
sea. A local legend said that you can find the footprints of Nguyen Anh, Nguyen
Dynasty’s first king on one of the rocks along the beach.
There are no tourist services in Rang Beach – Om Beach, except for a small
fishing village. However, the villagers will be willing to inviste visitors to
join their modest lunch or dinner, a rare experience you can’t easily find in
your busy daily life.
How to get to Rang Beach – Om Beach:
By car: From the center of Tuy Hoa City, National Highway 1A leads to Song Cau
Town. Find the way to Vung La, a fishing village in Xuan Phuong Commue, just 600
meter from the south of the beach.
By boat: From Song Cau Town or Nhat Tu Son Town, rent a boat which costs
VND100,000 per hour for a four-seat boat and around VND1 million for a bigger
one. The boat ride is approx. 90 minutes.