Khanh Hoa Province’s incredible island paradises

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Binh Lap Peninsula, some 35 kilometers from Cam Ranh Airport, has been dubbed “Vietnam’s Maldives” because of its white sand stretches and crystal clear water. From My Thanh Market in Cam Ranh town, you can take a xe ôm (motorbike taxi) to travel the 10 km to Binh Lap. Photo credit: Quynh Trang/Giao Thong newspaper 
Diep Son Island, located in Van Phong Bay, consists of three small, isolated islets. What is special about the place is a path that is half submerged in the crystal clear jade water, connecting two islets. To get here, tourists can take a boat from Van Gia Wharf in Van Gia town. The boat trip takes around an hour. Photo credit: Hai An/
The spectacular beauty of Robinson Island in Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province. Tourism services are not available on the island. It takes around an hour to go by boat from Da Bac Port in Cam Ranh to Robinson. Photo credit: Thien Lam/
Mun Island boasts Vietnam's richest coral reef with 350 species, and so is a diving site for tourists. Mun Island is a 45-minute boat ride from Cau Da Port. Photo credit: Vietnamdiscoveries 

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