Pineapple Beach (Bai Dua)

Ha Long street, Ward 6, Vung Tau city, Vietnam

The calm waters and idyllic sunsets make Vung Tau’s smallest beach very popular among tourists. Bai Dua, or “Pineapple Beach,” gets its name from the wild pineapple trees growing along the shore. The beach is located at the foot of Nho Mountain. The rocky cove is a local favorite because the water usually is much cleaner than that of the other beaches nearby.

Historically known for its wild pineapple trees and black rocks, Bai Dua is located at the foot of Nui Nho Mountain. The reason for placing that name dated a long time ago, when the beach had many pineapple trees, thus it was called Bai Dua (or Pineapple garden). Many Vung Tau people also call the beach Lang Du, which originated from the local’s first restaurant’s name.

Right in here, the sea goes far into the land and the rock mountain goes from the land to the sea establishing romantic and hidden small beaches. The beach attracts a big amount of tourists. Nearby, the Temple of Southern sea Saint and Tinh Xa nirvana are tourist-attractive sites, which were built on one of these rock mountains.

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