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|The panorama of Quy Nhon seen from Thi Nai Lagoon. The photo was taken by photographer Nguyen Tien Trinh, currently living in Quy Nhon City. Photo: VNE|
In recent years, Quy Nhon has emerged as a new destination, attracting a large number of domestic and foreign tourists.
In 2017, the British Guardian newspaper named Quy Nhon in the top 10 destinations for the winter holidays. In June 2020, Quy Nhon was included in the list of 20 best tourism sites for backpackers ranked by Hostel World.
|The magnificent view of fish-catching by big nets in Thi Nai Lagoon. Photo: VNE|
Thi Nai lagoon is the largest saltwater lagoon, covering an area of more than 5,000 hectares, located in the southeast of Binh Dinh province, stretching from the north of Tuy Phuoc district to Quy Nhon city.
|Quy Nhon Beach is viewed from Vung Chua Mountain which has an altitude of about 600 meters Photo: VNE|
According to Mr. Trinh, the locals call this mountain “a highland in the middle a coastal town" and undoubtedly the best place to capture the whole view of the city. Besides, many tourists prefer hunting sunrise and go for a picnic here.
|The impressive performance of fly boarders Photo: VNE|
The impressive performance of fly boarders at the Ghenh Rang - Tien Sa Tourism Area, about four kilometers southeast of the center city. There is a wide range of famous tourist attractions like Bai Trung, Tien Sa Beach, and Han Mac Tu Tomb, reported VNE.
|A part of Thi Nai Bridge connecting Quy Nhon with Phuong Mai Peninsula Photo: VNE|
The bridge takes travelers to well-known destinations such as Eo Gio, Ky Co, Trung Luong, and Phuong Mai sand dunes.
|The wind farm in Phuong Mai Peninsula Photo: VNE|
Coming to Phuong Mai Peninsula, tourists will have the opportunity to admire the wind farm with six turbines covering an area of 122 hectares in Nhon Hoi Economic Zone, Cat Tien Commune, Phu Cat District.
|Trung Luong Beach Photo: VNE|
Trung Luong Beach is always packed with tourists in summer. The beach boasts crystal-clear water and poetic scenery situated in the Trung Luong Picnic Area in Cat Tien Commune, Phu Cat District, about 30 km east of Quy Nhon, according to VNE.
|Nhon Hai Peninsula, one of the ideal places to snorkeling in Quy Nhon. Photo: VNE|
The 20-kilometer winding road connecting Quy Nhon with the peninsula is covered with acacia and eucalyptus trees.
|Nhon Hai fishing village Photo: VNE|
The village offers many accommodation choices for visitors such as motels, hotels, and homestays. Foreign tourists are interested in mingling into and exploring the serene life of fishermen.
|Hon Kho Island in Nhon Hai. Photo: VNE|
It takes 10 minutes to reach Hon Kho island by canoe with price of VND300.000 ($13) per person. Scuba diving, playing water-based games, and enjoying fresh seafood are interesting experiences here.
|A fisherman is rowing a coracle in Nhon Hai Beach. amid brown algae, a kind of seaweed which grows in large dust with a height of 40 to 60 centimeters. Photo: VNE|
|The flock of ducks on Tra O Lagoon Photo: VNE|
Tourists can also explore the idyllic rural life on Tra O Lagoon, also known as Chau Truc, a brackish water lagoon located in the northeast of Phu My District.
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