Vietnam Top Destinations: Little Island- enthralling summer tourism paradise in Ly Son Island
Little Island in Ly Son Island is praised as summer paradise for beach lovers as it boasts white sand beaches, emerald crystal-clear sea, and magnificent sedimentary cliffs formed millions of years ago.
A beach on Little Island in Ly Son Photo: Shutterstock/Big Pearl.
Located about 3 nautical miles to the Northwest of Ly Son Island, Little Island (also known as An Binh Island) covers an area of about 0.69 km2, with a population of 500 hundred people.
A Little Island amid the vast sea Photo: Bao Quang Ngai
Situated in the middle of the sea, Little Island has a serene atmosphere along with exceptionally pristine beauty. From the port in Ly Son Island, it takes 15 minutes to reach Little Island by canoe.
Rows of green coconuts, rugged cliffs and jade green hues of beaches Photo: Bao Quang Ngai
Little Island is not as crowded as other renowned islands but it exerts a strong attraction on anyone stepping on it.
Tourists are eager to take a dip in the jade water Photo: Bao Quang Ngai
From the peaks of Ly Son Island, you can capture in your eyes a tiny but splendid island enveloped by the immense sea which looks like a wonderland everyone desires to explore.
Little Island- enthralling summer tourism paradise in Ly Son Island District Photo: Vietnam Coracle
Visiting An Binh Island, you can freely stroll and admire the breath-taking scenery. Every morning, the island is bathed in pleasant sunshine; the stretches of garlic fields dotted by small roofs create an exquisite landscape picture.
A spectacular view at sunset in Little Island Photo: My Tour
Ambling around Little Island, you will have opportunities to admire spectacular beauties such as glamorous sunset and a sparkling night sky full of stars which definitely help you to escape from the chaos of modern life.
Coming here, travelers are struck by beautiful homestays nestled in the high rows of coconuts. Photo: Bao Quang Ngai
Visitors can enjoy a peaceful ambiance in bungalows lying right at the beach.
Tourists enjoy taking photos with a lonely tree on Little Island Photo: Bao Quang Ngai
The turquoise and clean sea in Little Island Photo: Bao Quang Nga
Volcanic sedimentary cliffs formed millions of years ago mingle with the emerald and jade green hues of beaches create an artistic masterpiece of nature.
The island is home to garlic. Photo: Bao Quang Ngai
The island is home to intriguing garlic and onion farms. Besides sightseeing, tourists can buy garlic as gifts for relatives and friends.
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