The Most Beautiful Beaches in Asia Not Many People Know (Part 4)

Odaiba, Japan

If you plan to visit Tokyo, why not spend a day with your family visiting Odaiba to escape the bustling city life? Nestled in Tokyo Bay, Odaiba 800 meters long artificial beach is a suitable destination for a family fun day. A series of events are held on the beach, from volleyball problems to boat racing competitions. From here, you can see the beautiful panoramic city including the famous Tokyo tower. Moreover, there are very few locations in Tokyo that can match Odaiba when watching the sunset with family.

Sanya, “Hawaii of China”

This place has always been the destination of many tourists around the world. It boasts China’s top beach with lots of activities such as snorkeling and rainforest walking – activities that will surely help your whole family relax. After swimming in the clean waters of Yalong Bay and Dadonghai, don’t forget to visit Wuzhizhou Island or north to explore the natural and untouched scenery.

Haeundae Beach in Busan

This beach is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in Korea and only takes about 40 minutes by subway from Busan station. Because it is easy to move to this place, the beach is crowded all year round and the venue for many festivals, including sea cultural events at Haeundae. This is also one of the most famous spots in Busan to watch the sunrise in the new year, a certain event must go in Korea. The train to Busan will definitely promise only good memories, not zombies!

Goa

The peaceful and serene Goa state lies on the western edge of India and faces the majestic Arabian Sea, away from the crowded cities of Delhi and Mumbai. Goa’s coastal region is dominated by golden sand beaches and exciting water sports like banana rowing and paragliding – ideal for young people (and adventurous people)! In addition to the beach, Goa also has two UNESCO Heritage sites that refer to Portugal’s colonial history as the Cathedral of Bom Jesus and Old Goa. You won’t need to take off your expedition hat if you plan to have a vacation on the beach – or at least not in Goa.