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Cham Islands ( Cù Lao Chàm)
In 2009, the island cluster of Cu Lao Cham was recognized by UNESCO as a biosphere reserve of the world. It preserves up to 950 aquatic species. Tourists coming here are completely attracted by the unspoiled nature and peaceful and romantic fishing villages. The island cluster of Cu Lao Cham is also known as Chiem Real Lao, consisting of 1 main island and 8 surrounding small islands. This is an island with an area of ​​about 15km2, in the territory of Hoi An city, Quang Nam province . If going to Cu Lao Cham from Hoi An, the travel distance is about 20km. If you go on a tour of Da Nang Cu Lao Cham, how far is Cu Lao Cham from Da Nang? The distance will be about 45km (including land and sea). Because it is still unspoiled, this place has quite a rich ecosystem. In 2009, UNESCO recognized this place as one of the world's biosphere reserves. Since then, this island cluster has been licensed to exploit and promote tourism. Weather conditions - What month to travel to Cu Lao Cham? According to the review experience of Cu Lao Cham by many tourists, you should travel to this island cluster in the range of March - August every year. In this season, this place has warm sunshine, calm sea and little rain, so you can participate in activities of swimming, scuba diving, playing on the sea, ... In the remaining months, this island cluster often has storms, rough seas and quite large waves, so there are usually no boats to take tourists to the island. Eo Gio Cham Island Eo Gio is located in the east of Cu Lao Cham island cluster, about 3km from Bai Lang residential area. This is a destination that visitors can hardly ignore if they want to find a place to catch the sunrise or watch the sunset. Eo Gio is surrounded by green mountains and vast, endless sea and sky. This place is like a city wall, protecting fishermen from the sea. More than 200 years old well of the Cham people The 200-year-old well has the characteristics of an ancient Cham well, located in the residential area of ​​Xom Cam. With four sides of the sea, this is the only source of fresh water on the island that is not contaminated with salt or alum. Local people say that drinking well water can cure seasickness or pray for luck and give birth at will. Therefore, this place has become an attractive attraction when visitors come to this beautiful island. Hai Tang Temple Hai Tang Pagoda is located at the foot of the western mountain of Hon Lao, overlooking a large field. Despite the harsh nature, the pagoda has remained intact for hundreds of years. This sacred ancient temple has become a symbol of the island, entering the subconscious of the people here. Coming here, you will learn more about history, worship Buddha, visit pagodas, pray for peace and keep your mind pure. Blue beaches in Visitors will certainly not be able to "hold their hearts" before the beautiful beaches in Cu Lao Cham: Ong Beach: Owns a long stretch of fine white sand, clear blue sea water, straight coconut trees and green sea water spinach beds. Coming here, you can swim in the sea and participate in games such as parachute, tug boat, motorbike on the sea,...; Bai Xep: Is a beautiful, pristine beach with clear blue water. It has the most beautiful coral reefs in the sea of ​​Cu Lao Cham; Bai Chong: There are smooth white sand beaches, straight rows of coconut trees, diverse polymorphic rocks stacked like symbols of husband and wife, yin - yang,...; Bai Huong: Is a pristine fishing village, located at the foot of a deep green natural forest. This is the ideal place for visitors to explore the life of fishermen and enjoy fresh seafood. The road of cornflowers Cornflowers here bloom most in late summer - early autumn (around July - August). In the blooming season, walking along the streets of Bai Lang, Bai Xep, and Bai Huong, visitors will be able to see the cornflowers in full bloom. Despite the harsh rain and wind, the field corn trees still stood strong like the resilient will of the people in the Central region in the face of rain and challenges. Tan Hiep Market Coming to Cu Lao Cham, visitors should not ignore Tan Hiep market located right at the pier. Coming here, visitors can choose to buy dried seafood, delicious fresh seafood and unique souvenirs from seashells, snails, rocks,... Seafood at the market is cheaper than the mainland because they are sold locally. Local fishermen catch and sell on the spot. The Temple of the Nest Craftsman The Temple of the Bird's Nest is a large-scale architectural work, ranked as a national relic in 2006. The temple is located on a sand mound next to Cay Cua, in Bai Huong. On the 10th day of the third lunar month every year, the sacrifice ceremony to the ancestors of bird's nest exploitation is solemnly held at the temple, praying for the development of the swiftlet industry. Visitors can visit this place on this occasion to better understand the unique beliefs of the people here.


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