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Great little beach

Great beach. Little to none plastic. Quiet and comforable. We went biking for 40 minutes everyday... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
PrebenMathiasG
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Stavanger, Norway
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Nice visit

We stayed a hotel near this beach, it was great time to walk in morning to enoy sunrise and sunset... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
drotrecumber
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Gold Coast, Australia
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Reviewed March 8, 2019 via mobile

Having read other reviews about the beach at Ong Lang, I wanted to explain about the different sections of beach.
We stayed at the Isabella Resort, in Ong Lang which is only 250 metres to a very good, cleaned and peaceful part of the beach. When you arrive in Ong Lang you need to follow the signs to Mango Bay and Coco Palm resort. There are sunbeds here for 150,000 per day, per bed, but if you spend the day there it is worth it. There is a bar/restaurant but also a small vendor selling fresh food and cheap drinks.

If you follow the main road in Ong Lang a little further north there is another unmaintained beach which is very quiet but back from the beach there is lots of rubbish as mentioned by others. You do need to pass a guarded gate to get there. Less people but a bit unkempt/ dirty in places.

I hope this is helpful.

Date of experience: March 2019
2  Thank AliDtraveller
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Reviewed February 27, 2019

I came here few times, the beach not too crowded unlike the others. Here you can do good swimming and relax. Its also near by Dinh Ba (Ba temple), have very nice view. Ong Lang beach will be one of my favorite beach so far, this area also have lots of nice bungalow if you want to experience local life and local beach.
Inshort, its a very nice beach to visit and relax

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank phuongnguyen8287
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Reviewed February 18, 2019

I came to Ong Lang Beach later in the afternoon to relax and watch the sunset. It wasn't very crowded at all, even with the influx of Vietnamese tourists (who are afraid of sun exposure) at 5 PM.

You can either bring your own towel to sit in the public beach area or grab one of the loungers at the Coco Palm Beach restaurant. I was not charged for the chair (I noticed some other reviewers were), but did order a couple drinks.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Daniko8
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Reviewed February 15, 2019 via mobile

Ok, so this beach is supposedly one of the best on Phu Quoc, I’m yet to see other beaches but this beach certainly does not live up to the good reviews on here!

So to get to the beach, there’s a muddy road which leads to a metal gate with a security guard. (Please note, the beach is free to use and public).

You then walk down the sandy path to the beach and prior to the actual sandy beginning of the beach is a grassy area. This particular area is covered in litter and it smells of old rubbish and food waste.

Once past this area on the beach there’s sand which is relatively clean but this is not relaxing due to the stench from the littered grass area behind. The beach seems eroded and there’s not much sand prior to reaching the sea itself, there’s roughly a meter drop to the sea, as you go further up the beach this drop levels out.

The sea is fairly clean and clear on a sunny day, but it’s quite an ugly beach and you will see some beach restaurants (more like old dirty huts with free to use dirty loungers) along the beach. We noticed these “restaurants” are just dumping their waste behind the huts and in the surrounding grass area, no wonder it smells!

The beach would be lovely if it was maintained, cleaned and people started respecting the beach! Me and my partner were very disappointed and would certainly not return.

Anyway, we have since been told to go through to Mango Bay Resort and use the beach there as this side of the beach is cleaned and apparently free to use! So we will attempt this and see what it’s like!

If you are considering visiting Ong Lang Beach, please lower your expectations to avoid much disappointment. I really don’t see how people are giving this beach good reviews and can only believe this is because they’ve not been to decent beaches before!

Date of experience: February 2019
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Reviewed February 14, 2019

Not a very deep beach but nice, the water is shallow and safe for a long way out and the beach bars all have sun loungers that are free to use with the hope you will buy your drinks and food from that bar, the prices are similar to the bars off the beach.
The way to the beach is not obvious, you go down a sandy track and through a gate with a security guard hut alongside that makes it look private, it is not, if you can not find the way just ask, the locals will all happily tell you the way

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank futsanglung
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