Travel to Sa Huynh Beach in Quang Ngai Province, Vietnam

Sa Huynh is also called Sa Hoang; it means golden sand. It is the largest salt field in Duc Pho district, Quang Ngai Province, Vietnam. Sa Huynh beach is very beautiful and still wild. The sand of Sa Huynh beach sand has little yellow color under the sun. Sa Huynh beach stretches around 6 with the mountains and islands, making its views more attractive to spend time for holidays. Every year, it attracts a lot of tourists coming here to swim and relax.

Sa Huynh is located on the southern point of Quang Ngai province, next to Highway 1A; and about 60km southeast of Quang Ngai city. Many guests from Hoi An travel to Quy Nhon also stop at Sa Huynh beach to enjoy its wild beauty.
Sa Huynh Vietnam

How to get to Sa Huynh beach, Quang Ngai, Vietnam?

Sa Huynh does not have an airport. Thus, to come here, tourists have to use trains, cars or buses.

From Hoi An to Sa Huynh is good to book a private car to drive to Sa Huynh beach. Many guests stop here on the way to Quy Nhon from Hoi An. It is 180 km from Hoi An to Sa Huynh. It takes us around 4 hours to drive.

To get to Sa Huynh from Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh city, travelers can use buses or trains. It is very long to drive from 14 hours to 18 hours. If tourists want to travel faster, they can fly to the airport in Danang or in Chu Lai (Quang Nam Province). Then, use a taxi or a car to drive to Sa Huynh.

Explore more about Sa Huynh:

Sa Huynh has some beautiful scenery places to visit, besides beaches. Especially, there are amazing salt fields. Many photographers like to come here to get shots for their photo collections.

However, Sa Huynh town just has small hotels and local restaurants to serve most of the domestic travelers.

Sa Huynh is still hidden for exploring. It’s really nice to visit Sa Huynh and Quy Nhon during the way to travel from Hoi An to Saigon.

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