Phan Thiet announces safe beaches for swimming

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The Department of Culture, Sport and Tourism of the central coastal province of Binh Thuan and the People’s Committee of Phan Thiet City have announced a list of safe beaches in the province that will help tourists have an enjoyable trip.

Beaches from Muine Ocean Resort And Spa to Sai Gon-Mui Ne resort in Ham Tien ward are considered safe. (Photo: Sggp)

Beaches from Muine Ocean Resort And Spa to Sai Gon-Mui Ne resort in Ham Tien ward are considered safe. (Photo: Sggp)

The local authorities made a survey of beaches suitable for swimming after several drownings recently occurred in the resort town.
According to a study, it’s safe to swim on beaches in Mui Ne ward; in the border between Ham Tien ward and Mui Ne fishing village in the season of north wind; and from Suoi Hong Tourist Area to Hon Rom Area Tourist in the Southwest wind season.
Beaches from Muine Ocean Resort And Spa to Sai Gon-Mui Ne resort in Ham Tien ward; and from Little Mui Ne Cottages resort to the Quarter 4 are considered safe.
The swimming area from Doi Duong Beach to Thuong Chanh beach is declared suitable, from March to May and from 6 a.m. to 7:45 a.m. from October to February; while a public beach bordered by the Sealink City allows safe swimming in March and April.
Notably, the local government has also sent out a warning to mariners and beachgoers about potential hazardous weather in the stormy sea.
According to the provincial government, 14 people, including local people and tourists died from 6 drownings in beaches more than one month. The Binh Thuan province’s Department of Culture, Sport and Tourism has recently cooperated with relevant units to organize many drowning prevention programs.

Phan Thiet announces safe beaches for swimming ảnh 1 Beaches in the border between Ham Tien ward and Mui Ne fishing village are suitable in the season of north wind.
Phan Thiet announces safe beaches for swimming ảnh 2 Da Ong Dia beach in Phu Hai ward is safest in March and April.

By NGUYEN TIEN – Translated by Kim Khanh

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