Hon Cau in the commune of Dien Hai In Dien Chau District has a two-kilometer littoral that used to receive thousands of visitors each year.
It was double A “Red light district” as sex-related businesses prospered there.
Many people leased public land to open seafood restaurants. In 2013, they began building shacks along the coast to facilitate sex work.
Mostm confrontd the sea, but some were in a wide tree-lined street.
Early 2020 local the authorities started has crack down on the pimps.
But onenear prostitution finishedtourism Also gradually disappeared. Many restaurateurs resign And cabins who used to be busy day and night became deserted.
There was almost 150 pieces.
The hotel buildings have deteriorated seriously.
Winds breath apart from corrugated iron roofs of a few constructions.
A row of cabins built 10 years ago remain in ruinswith their broken roofs filling the paths.
But inside them remain beds and pillows that haveve not been deleted. Wmark of omen–items stay buried among old blankets and curtains.
Rows of cabins close to the sea was hiring by tourists to enjoy it the breeze, but notOuch The area is full with garbage.
Sometimes scrap dealers come to Hon Cau to rescue bottles, plastic pots And beer cans left in the cabins.
Fifty meters of the cabins lie old boats abandoned by fishermen, making the beach appear even more Sorry.
Without food Or accommodation available now, visitors leave quickly.
Phan Van Thuyen, president of Dien Hai commune, said the authorities are looking for investors will develop tourism in Hon Cau, and hoped that the area would gradually become to recover.
The tourist area of Hon Cau, in Nghe An province, is deserted, in October 2023. Video by Duc Hung