Coming to Binh Dinh, you should ask the natives what beautiful scenery is here, and they will immediately tell you it is Eo Gio. Indeed, this is a destination not to be missed when coming to Binh Dinh. Surrounded by wing-shaped mountains also make the scenery here is amazing, wild, and incredible. This is just a small, unspoiled sea that has not been put into tourism, so the services here are not very developed.
Surrounded by Quy Nhon sea and rocky mountains, therefore, there are always thousands of waves crashing into the sea every day, splashing beautiful and majestic ivory-white foam. Enjoying the natural world here is peaceful and interesting, completely different from the rhythm of life in the center of Quy Nhon city.
Eo Gio has crystal blue water on its shores of shining golden sand that is superior to any beach in the Central area. Whispering waves crash against the rocky shores, emitting cool white foam. Schools of tiny fish can be seen moving among the stunning, multicolored coral reefs in the crystal-clear blue water.
Located in the southeast of Quy Nhon city, is a work of nature with a group of painted stalagmites running close to the sea, where undulating and overlapping mountain rocks form caves, citadels, and cliffs, with beaches on one side. long, smooth white sand and the jade-green sea surface whispering waves… all create a pristine Ghenh Rang, a magnificent and poetic charming watercolor painting.
Following the winding dirt road along the mountainside, visitors will admire the sculptures that the Creator has bestowed on Ghenh Rang such as a unique beach with countless pebbles that are smooth like eggs by the waves giant a place dedicated to Nam Phuong Hoang Hau when coming here to relax, so it is also called Hoang Hau beach; is Vong Phu stone carved by waves and sea breezes like the shape of a wife waiting for her husband; is a series of rocks with the image of a mighty lion “indomitable with age” in front of wind and time; Tien Sa beach is so beautiful that it is tinged with legend.
Han Mac Tu, a well-known poet in the Vietnamese poetry hamlet, rests beside the hillside. From here, visitors can see the entire east of Quy Nhon city and further, the Phuong Mai peninsula with Thi Nai lagoon as an emotional picture.
Trung Luong beach
In the beautiful Trung Luong picnic area, you can check in, “live virtual” with romantic scenes like the West. In addition to swimming, everyone can camp here, go snorkeling, and take in the tranquil surroundings near nature. This place is always a cool, new place with all kinds of beautiful mountain and sea scenery, making you just want to “pack your backpack and go” immediately.
You love exploring and experiencing activities, want to be at peace with the natural scenery and exciting outdoor activities. Come to Trung Luong picnic area, you can camp outdoors, make a campfire, sing, watch the stars at night, or listen to the sound of waves crashing… The most novel thing here is that you can camp in a small valley, located halfway up the mountain, surrounded by rocky mountains and facing the sea. The undulating tent roofs, the rows of red and green chairs, and the addition of the yellow color of the sun create an extremely poetic scene that makes you just want to rush down to pick up your camera and capture the best frames.
Thien Hung Pagoda
The temple was built in 1977, attracting a large number of tourists to visit by its unique architecture and construction model. More specifically, anyone who is a tourist or a Buddhist who comes to visit and stay at the temple will be served free vegetarian rice by the kitchen team. Because the temple has a large number of visitors to visit, you should find yourself a place to rest and notify the temple to be served vegetarian rice.
Like many other well-known churches, Thien Hung Pagoda is not overly magnificent and brilliant. However, as soon as they enter the temple grounds, tourists become completely enamored. The houses constructed with curved tiled roofs like the old palace, interspersed with bonsai pots with beautiful and fancy positions, are the most striking feature of Thien Hung Pagoda, please say, if asked what it is. These pots are carefully trimmed. Neat, green all year round. The campus is decorated with many ornamental plants to give people a fresh and pleasant feeling, the cool green color makes this peaceful place more peaceful.
Phu Yen Tourism
Ghenh Da Dia
Ghenh Da Dia is one of the remarkable tourist destinations when coming to Phu Yen. Nature has endowed this place with an amazing natural setting. From a distance, the rapids look like a stack of plates stacked right on the beach, like a human hand created. You will not cease to be surprised when you witness this natural picture with your own eyes.
It can be said that the beauty of Ghenh Da Dia Phu Yen is really a miracle of nature. The rock in this location is basalt, which was formed by volcanic action on the Van Hoa plateau 200 million years ago. The lava flows that erupt from the volcano when meeting cold water are frozen, combined with the phenomenon of stress, causing these lava blocks to naturally crack into many dimensions, creating strangely beautiful stone slabs. mysterious as it is today. What is special is that there are tens of thousands of hexagonal, circular or square stone columns, one layer on top of the other, consecutively and closely like the hand of some god.
Ghenh Da Dia in Phu Yen is one of only five rock rapids in the world with lava eruptions creating this beautiful shape, along with Giant’s Causeway on the northeast coast of Ireland, Órganos rapids in La Gomera island of Spain, Fingal Cave on Staffa Island, Scotland or Jusangjeolli rock rapids in Korea.
Mang Lang Church
Going from Tuy Hoa city 35km to the North, you will come to Mang Lang church. Built by a priest named Joseph de La Cassagne France in 1892. This is one of the most places to visit in central Vietnam and has an artistic Gothic style. Through many ups and downs of time, Mang Lang church put on an ancient mossy look. The scene here is like a watercolor painting. This place also stores the first book written in the national language script of Vietnam.
Gray is the overall color for the church, not sure if it’s coincidental or coincidental but this blue looks very harmonious with the fields around the church. In addition, in front of this church, there is a small cellar, but it was constructed quite skillfully because it has numerous locations where the tale of Saint Anre Phu Yen has been carved.
Ly Son Island
Ly Son Island is an island district in Quang Ngai province famous for its garlic farming. Besides, this island is also visited by tourists because of its rich natural beauty. Coming to Ly Son, you will admire the beautiful scenery in the true sense: blue sea, white sand, golden sunshine, mountains standing in the middle of the sea.
Coming to Ly Son, soaking in the crystal clear waters and relaxing in the beautiful unspoiled nature are unforgettable experiences for every visitor. On the beach, there are green coconut groves, where visitors can organize overnight camping to enjoy swimming, snorkeling, watching corals, etc. Ly Son is a place where you can immerse yourself in the clear blue water, discover the unique colors of unspoiled nature and enjoy peaceful moments in the vast sky.
The sacred ancient temples and pagodas on Ly Son island are also attractive destinations for tourists. Among them are Hang Pagoda, Duc Pagoda, Cau Cave, Lady Chua Ngoc Temple, An Hai Village Communal House, Ba Roi Palace, King Well, Volcano crater, a relic of Hoang Sa – Truong Sa fleet, Am Linh Tu and one number of ancient tombs….