Camping to welcome dawn at Trieu Lang beach
During the break due to the Covid-19 epidemic, Tran Minh Hieu, a tour guide in Da Lat city, returned to his hometown to visit his family. During this visit to his hometown, the young man decided to camp to watch the sunrise at a deserted beach, which few people know. That is Trieu Lang beach.
Minh Hieu’s group of friends relax, welcome the sunrise on the sea. Photo: NVCC
Trieu Lang beach is about 20 km from Dong Ha city, with flat, beautiful sand and shallow water. Trieu Lang attracts visitors with its smooth white sand and clear blue sea. This is an ideal camping site for those who want to temporarily get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, return to the sea to relax with the sound of the waves, and bury their feet in the fine sand.
Minh Hieu shared that camping gear preparation is quite simple, including tents, tables and chairs, and camping lights. To fully enjoy and not miss the dawn, he rode a motorbike to the sea about 5 km from his house, from 16:30 the day before, to camp overnight. He said that you should bring a car key to lock it carefully or park your motorbike at a homestay if you want to camp. During the day, there is a parking lot for guests to eat and drink at nearby restaurants. Setting up the tent and preparing tables and chairs will take about 30 minutes. In the evening, his group grilled meat, including shrimp, chicken, and pork. The next morning, he wakes up around 5:15 to start watching the sunrise as the sun slowly rises from the horizon, casting light over the waves.
“The beach is empty; only my group sets up tents there. It feels good when the surrounding is quiet, only the sound of the waves. The air at dawn is also charming and gentle”, Minh Hieu said. Talking about the feeling of catching the sunrise at Trieu Lang, and emphasizing that watching the sunrise here is his favorite experience every time he returns to his hometown.
Currently, the set of photos sharing about his camping experience here has attracted 3,200 likes on social networks with 160 comments, most of which complimented the beautiful photos and “craved” the feeling of going to the beach like that. “This time back to my hometown, I decided to bring the pictures of my hometown to more people. I want everyone to know that my hometown has many beautiful scenes but is still known by few people who love travel,” Minh Hieu expressed. Follow vnexpress
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