I enjoyed the beach. I rode my bike there two different days from town. I went to a part of the beach further down the coast from Cua Dai as it was less busy. There are many many restaurants from which you can rent beach chairs. I think the chair was like 5,000 dong at one place and at another it was 7,000 plus I bought drinks. There are also places to park your bike, so no need to worry about that. I found the beach itself to be clean, no garbage. There are people who walk around selling things but they aren't aggressive and are very friendly to chat with, even if you don't buy anything. One day I was by myself and one of the young women selling stopped by and I told her no but then she asked if she could chat and practice her english. I was skeptical at first thinking she would try to convince me to buy, but really she just wanted a chat! It was one of my favorite experiences in Vietnam. I learned that this is their job and is very much a job - they have bosses and they have shifts and sections of beach that are theirs for that shift. That was eye opening to me as I assumed it was just random people that went to the beach and walked around selling. She told me it is hard to get a job at a hotel or restaurant so she had the job selling on the beach while she finishes school and practices her english. She hopes to work in a hotel one day as that is a very good job. So be nice to the beach sellers and enjoy the beach!