Lang Co Resort

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Loc Hai Commune, Phu Loc District, Hue, Vietnam
Lang Co Beach Resort
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Rated 16% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Couples55
  • Solo66
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Lang Co

by leffe3

About an hour south of Hue is the cute lagoon/beach village of Lang Co. Stunning beach on one side overlooking the South China Sea, spectacular tourqouise lagoon on the other, with the lush green hills a verdant backdrop. It's a sleepy little place, but this will sadly change with the enormous bridge being built across the entrance to the lagoon.

If you are short of time, Lang Co is the break stop for the Hue - Danang/Hoi An tourist bus and, if heading from the north, is the start of the stunning Hai Van Pass.

Lang Co Beach

by Blatherwick

This is usually the first stop for the open tour buses going from Hue to Danang. The setting is really nice as the mountains surround the area . The lagoon is fairly nice and there is a long beachfront along the South China Sea.

Lang Co Beach

by iwys

Hue itself does not have a beach. The banks of the Perfume River are muddy. But, less than an hour's drive, 50km to the south, on the road to Danang, is Lang Co Beach, an unspoilt stretch of golden sand.

There is a luxurious, 4* resort here, with villas and bungalows from $59 upwards, if you want to stay for more than a day. But, the almost empty beach is open to the public.

If you really want to get away from the crowds, this is the place.

Swim at Lang co beach

by piglet44

If you have hired a car (see previous tips) you can get your driver to stop at Lang Co beach for a quick swim. The water in July was deliciously warm ,the sand lovely just like in all the best shampoo ads. WE were amazed that we had the place almost to ourselves.There is a big seafood restaurant which has (not very clean) bathrooms where you can change. The beach chairs cost money so we just sat in the restaurant after our swim and had a quick watermelon juice. Heaven on earth!

The Beaches

by iwys

Vietnam has some glorious sandy beaches, many of which are almost totally deserted.

This is Lang Co beach between Danang and Hue. Some of the best beaches are at Nha Trang, Mui Ne, My Khe and Cana. In Danang you can see Red Beach, where the first American troops landed in 1965. It is now completely deserted. The nearest beach resort to Ho Chi Minh City is Vung Tau, but my personal favourite was the 5km-long beach at Nha Trang.


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Is Lang Co beach worth staying on?

by traceyspacey


I have heard that Lang Co beach is worth a visit, but is it worth staying on? Our budget is $20 or under. Thanks

Re: Is Lang Co beach worth staying on?

by MosquitoBait

Lang Co is just north of the Hai Van Pass and is the area where the new HVP Tunnel entrance / exit is.

There is a resort, way out of your budget, but in Lang Co proper (the resort is up the coast a little) there is budget accommodation to be had.

Lang Co is a fishing village and a nice beach, with palm trees.

From Hué to Hoi An

by vincev


I was wondering how to go from Hué to Hoi An.
Instead taking a bus that takes 4 to 5 hours, isn’t there a way to rent a car or use a taxi to go faster and do some visits?

Re: From Hué to Hoi An

by rosscoACT

I got this reply when I asked a similar question, have not chased it up yet though

Just contact to Highlights Travel through
I did this trip for only 55USD with a brand new car
Have fun

RE: From Hué to Hoi An

by iwys

The Sinh Cafe bus takes five hours, but it is very cheap, especially if it is part of yor open ticket and it DOES make interesting stops at the main tourist attractions along the way, for example, at Marble Mountain, Hai Van Pass and Lang Co beach. You also get driven through Danang and see China Beach an Red Beach. There is a faster, non-stop service too, I believe.

RE: From Hué to Hoi An

by KhanhLy

We hired a private driver through Sinh Cafe. It's a beautiful drive through Hai Van Pass. If you want, I am sure you can arrange for the driver to take you to Lang Co fishing village. I was tight on time and wished I had done that. Beware of the peddlers at the top of Hai Van Pass. They won't leave you alone. Also, don't send postcardS or buy stamps from the post office at the top of Hai Van passing. Mine never made it to the destinations - the girl at the post office just pocketed the money!

More Danang Port to Hue and/or town of Danang information

by Teener60

Thanks, DSwede for your info. I don't understand the part about going to town of Danang. If our boat arrives at Danang water port and we only have 10 hours, do you recommend going to Hue or city of Danang? Is it correct the bus ride from near Danang airport to Hue is two hours each way? How far to Danang and how do we get there? Our goal is to maximize our time as tourists. When we get off the ship at 7:00 a.m. we want to go,go,go. Thank you again.

Re: More Danang Port to Hue and/or town of Danang information

by AnnPuddu

if you only have ten hours, going up to hue may be too hectic. the trip, over the mountains, is closer to three hours. to maximize your time, take a taxi to hoi an can see the whole town (world heritage site) in hours, enjoy a good lunch, shop, take a river cruise, stroll, visit beautiful temples, walk on the beach, etc. and get back to your ship. you can arrange for the same driver to bring you back and forth for a reasonable fee.

Re: More Danang Port to Hue and/or town of Danang information

by JohanIsWeg

I'd probably opt for Hoi An as well. Very popular tourist destination (World Heritage Site). Danang has got the very impressive Champa Museum, Lang Co Beach and China Beach, but not too much else.

Re: More Danang Port to Hue and/or town of Danang information

by JohanIsWeg

Further to above, Danang also boasts Marble Mountain (which is a wonderful retreat), but Hoi An has the My Son ruins.


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Address: Loc Hai Commune, Phu Loc District, Hue, Vietnam