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Buddhist Temple in Cham Islands

Ong Ngu

Bai Lang's only real sight is a modest temple dedicated to the whales (and whale sharks) once abundant around the Chams. Locals worshipped whales as oceanic deities who would offer them protection at sea. When a car…
Beach in Cham Islands

Bac Beach

A concrete path heads southwest from Bai Lang for 2km past coves to a fine, sheltered beach, where there’s great swimming, powdery sand, and hammocks and thatched parasols beside seafood restaurants. During holiday …
Vietnamese in Cham Islands

Cham Restaurant

About 2km southwest of Bai Lang village, Cham Restaurant sits pretty on stunning Bai Chong Beach, and serves wonderful Vietnamese dishes, including lots of seafood. Some of the day-trip boats from Hoi An also stop a…
Seafood in Cham Islands

Ngan Ha

Well-priced seafood – including squid dishes and occasionally lobster – feature at this newish Bai Lang eatery with harbour views from the balconies. There are also rooms for rent (300,000d), if the other guesthouse…