Cu Lao Cham Island

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Cu Lao Cham Island
Cu Lao Cham Island

Where is Cham Island?

Cu Lao Cham is a large island consists of several small islands distance 25 nautical miles off the coast from Hoi An.
At the summer, if guests reaches for the island by normal boat, it takes 2 and half hour, but only 30 minutes by speed boat. Cham island has total 7 islands including Hon Lao, Hon La, Hon Kho me, Hon Kho at the area of 16 sq. meter, whereby the largest island is Lao.

Sea water in Island
Sea water in Island

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What’s special in there?

According to archaeologists, Cu Lao Cham first settled there 3,000 years ago and established business contacts with external countries some 1,000 years ago. Up to now, Cu Lao Cham has preserved many architectural constructions which date back to the 18th ? 20th century. They include the shrine dedicated to Than Yen Sao, built in 1843 at Bai Huong and Hai Tang Pagoda, built in 1753 on the western hillside of Hon Lao. Still, Cu Lao Cham has more to offer. After a 3-hour canoe trip, one may hop over to the famed Well of the Cham people.

Lao island is circle shape at the high of 500m, the forest here is natural, a lots of woods and rare animals. There are nice beaches at Bim and Ong beach. The island is a place where shelter for value swallow birds.

Fish in Island
Fish in Island

Around the island has a lots of color corals under the water, about 3.000 residents living focusing at Lang and Huong beaches as fishing and agriculture. A small part of people living at the village works at service and handicraft.

Situated in a salty-water area, this square-bottom well, amazingly, provides clear fresh water all year round. Enjoyable extras include white-sand, pristine beaches and captivating attractions evocatively named Bai Ong, Bai Bim, Bai Chong, Bai Bac, Suoi Tinh, Cau Mo, Suoi Ong and so on, where tourists can relax, go hunting, fishing even fishing octopuses.

Sunset in Island
Sunset in Island

Tour

Travellers also have chances to view the sea swallows’ nests clinging to the towering cliff. Cu Lao Cham wins kudos for its seafood and delicacies (octopuses, lobsters, fish’s fin, abalone, kaki, hind, cholonia’s eggs, bird’s nests) and fascinating souvenirs (pearls, conches, tortoise-shells)

The tour takes half day to Lang beach for seeing some interest places as such Au Thuyen a shelter for boats at bad weather, an over-100 years Tay Tang pagoda remarks the Puddhism came here for long time ago, Ong temple is a place worships a big fish burried here. The tour is available at the hotel registered daily for request in advance