As you walk down the sunny street in Ham Tien, you will suddenly find a shady area with huge trees reaching over the road and over the tops of motorcycles and buses. The shade trees seem to mix with the giant green canopies and grass roofs as you enter Joe’s. The patio is filled with tables and greenery, plush sofas, sunlight poking through in patches. A pool table and foosball to the left, a black tiled bar wraps around a giant mango tree to the right. The mango tree extends inside and outside the canopies.
Walking past budget rooms there is a proper playset for little kids and suddenly you are among the bungalows, modern inside, bamboo and grass roofs outside. A large banyan tree dominates the center of gardens while coconut trees reach above. There is a lovely little Green Stone swimming pool with a shallow end for the kids and in-pool seating and dining only a few meters from the sea. There’s a stone bar to the left with sofas, seating for diners, and deck lounges on a patio. Café guests ae welcome to enjoy sunning and the pool. The gardens, sea, café and pool are all present. The seaside patios overlook the South China Sea (East Sea) with it’s fishing boats, kitesurfers and dramatically shifting beaches and waters. Joe’s sits at the edge of a 50 km deep beach, built on sand, filled with gardens, delicious food and drinks and wonderful music and sun with the best weather in Vietnam.