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Topic: vietnam surf

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replies: 59

By:

662MOB!

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RE: vietnam surf

« on: January 14 2008 19:01:00 »

when is the best time to go to vietnam for some surfing session? is  the swells big enough for bodyboarding?

By:

Fred Pawle

RE: vietnam surf

« Reply #1 on: January 14 2008 23:01:00 »

Hi, I've just returned from a few days in Vietnam, and scored really fun waves near China Beach. I'm now writing a small piece about it for a newspaper, and would like to talk to someone who surfs the place regularly. Would you be able to email me back so we could have a chat about it? Hope to hear form you soon.  Regards. Fred.

By:

Dmitry

RE: vietnam surf

« Reply #2 on: January 23 2008 21:01:00 »

Waves in Vungtau sometimes quite good sometimes there are no any. I live here 5 years and i thinnk the best place for biginners is Back Beach in Vungtau City and China Beach in Da Nang
If need surfboards for rent just come to Vungtau Beach Club on Back beach

By:

Dmitry

RE: vietnam surf

« Reply #3 on: January 23 2008 21:01:00 »

Waves in Vungtau sometimes quite good sometimes there are no any. I live here 5 years and i thinnk the best place for biginners is Back Beach in Vungtau City and China Beach in Da Nang
If need surfboards for rent just come to Vungtau Beach Club on Back beach

By:

shane

RE: vietnam surf

« Reply #4 on: February 07 2008 00:02:00 »

dude it was shot in australia bells beach.

By:

Jenny

RE: vietnam surf

« Reply #5 on: February 13 2008 11:02:00 »

So Da Nang area is the place to go?  My boyfriend and I will be in Vietnam late march/early april, will it even be ok then? Thank you for your help, local advice is always the best kind of advice!

By:

niko

RE: vietnam surf

« Reply #6 on: February 19 2008 12:02:00 »

thank you rod....finally someone that made sense......have u all people forgot about brazil, hawaii, indonesia, fiji? etc etc, who the heck comes to vietnam to surf? and if so, at what level?! yeah if you surfed 2-months or 2-3 times well yeah "it's a good spot" jesus but if you are stating to fall in love with surfing then go where it's worth, come visit me in hawaii, i'll take u all to good spots, then i wanna hear how "good it is"

By:

Dmitry

RE: vietnam surf

« Reply #7 on: December 02 2008 20:12:00 »

Its nothing there on Cinabeach (
Just came back from Da Nang - cold and rainig (
Vung Tau better, surf boards for rent are available in Surf Club on Back Beach (opposit Summy Hotel)..

By:

oil

RE: vietnam surf

« Reply #8 on: December 05 2008 03:12:00 »

surfed china beach in oct 2006
pretty small but fun and that was cyclone season
hoa place rents boards on china beach
great place to chill for awhile

also looked like there was a potential break on the northern site of hai van pass at a town called An Cu but was very small on the day a looked

By:

Damien

RE: vietnam surf

« Reply #9 on: September 24 2009 20:09:00 »

I am heading to Viet Nam at about the start of November.
Is there any surf to be had at that time of year?
I will be in the country for about a month, so even getting one or two surf's in would be great!
Is it hard to travel with a short board (6'2") in Viet Nam?
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!


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