Top 8 Places to Take the Best Selfie in Binh Ba Island

Are still wondering where to “wander” to own amazing “virtual” check-in photos in Dinh Ba island? If any, why don’t you note down these following addresses?

In addition to outstanding natural beauties, Binh Ba has driven tourists “crazy” with “picturesque” blooming cotton flowers. The cotton hill near Tortoise (Rua) Island – the island in the shape of a turtle, is filled with pink cotton flower dramatically highlighting for the immense blue sky in Binh Ba.

To take photos of this charming scenery, visitors might walk to the right of the road leading to top of the slope, from Binh Ba Island. Standing here, you can hold a panoramic view of the stunning sunset and the beautiful Rua Island.

The wooden houses with sea view in Nom Beach

Conveniently located on the beach, resthouses in Nom Beach has been famous for unique wooden architecture and “one – of – a- kind” amazing sea views in Binh Ba.



These rest houses own an ideal position, surrounded by two majestic mountains, smooth white sand and foamy wave soaring the feet of the cliff all day long.

Made from natural building materials such as leaf roof, bamboo walls, wood, etc, wooden houses in Nom beach has obtained favorable impression from tourists who did experience the comfort and hospitability it offers.

Ham Heo Abyss


Although Ham Heo Abyss is located on the Binh Ba Island, it has not been familiar to tourists because of having a deep abyss gap near the sea. Previously, wild boars used to live in this area, with the cliffs of up to 20m high, they were fallen down to this deep gap. Therefore, it is called Ham Heo Abyass. The ideal time to enjoy the most exhilarating beauty of this abyss is in the early morning when the sun comes up from the foot of the mountain.


Standing on the highest peak, you certainly hold a panoramic view of the majestic nature in the East of the island. The image of waves crasing the cliffs makes us feel like a tiny part of the vast nature. To get there, you might go to Chuong beach, then, follow the slope heading to Ham Heo Abyss.

Rua Beach


Entering Binh Ba island, walking along the road to the left till the top of the slope, you probably reach Rua (Turtle) Island. As the name would suggest, this island is in the shape of a sea turtle trying to swim onto the sea. Because this amazing island is hidded on a valley, tourists can take “virtual” pictures with it from far distance.

Nom Beach

In the afternoon, you can stroll, swim, or even try adventurous games if you want to challenge yourself and experience thrilling activities at Nom beach. This beautiful sea is surrounded by two mountains that make it calm all year round. However, this prevents tourists from greeting the dawn in the early morning. As a reward for this disadvantage, Nom owns the soft white beach, so it is crowded with tourists and local people at about 4 p.m.


The sea offers numerous of services at reasonable prices, namely motorbike and banana boat ride. There a wide range of seafood restaurants along the beach, too. Therefore, after swimming or strolling, you are able to enjoy local specialties such as lobsters, or even series of snail dishes.

The first funny activity in the evening worth experiencing is to catch “Cong” (a kind of crab). There are many Congs around the beach when human are absent. Therefore, you can bring a flashlight with you to chase them. Then, if you are lucky, you might taste fragrant fried meat of Cong. Moreover, you might ask the owner of the basket boat for catching up shrimps and squids with them. This amazing exploring activity is offered by some travel agencies, so you are easy to experience it, or even you directly persuade the local to be a new member on their boat. 

Nha Cu beach

Compared to the other beaches on Binh Ba Island, Nha Cu owns the most pristine blue water. Unfortunately, you are not allowed to bathe here because of rocks on the beach. However, it is the territory of a huge range of colorful corals.To observe and explore their alluring beauty, you just need to sit on the nearby basket boats of the fishermen instead of diving into the seabed. Interestingly, if you are lucky, you might catch some starfishes of weird shapes.



When renting boats you can also tell the fisherman to take you to lobster ponds where you will be introduced the whole process of raising lobsters. In particular, these ponds enable you to buy fresh seafood at discount prices for family and friends.

It’s absolutely ideal to have dinner on the beach and enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the beach at night. You definitely afford them because there are many restaurants with “reasonable” prices on the island.

Chuong Beach



Featured by a charming beach, however, Chuong beach is not naturally favored a “marvelous” home to coral as that of Nha Cu. The beach highly impresses its tourists by the peaceful and poetic scenery of nature and rustic daily life of the locals instead. The images of boats floating off the shore and berthing at dawn are naturally engraved on our mind. Thus, this beautiful beach is an ideal destination for couples and young tourists who are “craving” for indulging themselves into peaceful nature as well as taking “virtual” check-in pictures.

Sa Huynh Beach

Sa Huynh is a magnificent beach and the paradise of the natural coral reef. It is in the shape of a piece of the moon and naturally favored a soft white sand smoothly embracing the calm blue sea. Furthermore, two sides of the beach are protected by rows of majestic and unique ancient stones.



The disadvantage, which is also considered the advantage of Sa Huynh beach, is that it’s located in the military area of Cam Ranh peninsula. Therefore, you have to get on board or canoe to get there. Once you get there, however, you are probably “madly in love” right away because of the pristine blue sea without having a person.


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