About 500km away from HCM City, the south-central coastal province of Phu Yen has been attracting tourists with its stunning natural scenery and popular attractions.

Ghenh Da Dia – the beehive formation of volcanic rock is considered the most attractive destination in Phu Yen, enticing both young people and foreign arrivals.


The best time to visit Ghenh Da Dia is between April and August.



Nhan Tower is located on the peak of Nhan Mountain. The 4-storey tower attracts a lot of young visitors and residents.


Bai Xep beach was used as a filming location for the movie ‘Toi Thay Hoa Vang Tren Co Xanh’ (I see yellow flowers upon the green grass).


The rocky cliffs looking out to sea are perfect for adventurous travellers.


Moss Beach of Ro Village also entices visitors, especially in spring when the rocks are covered in a bright green moss.


The 110-stair Dai Lanh Lighthouse, the eastern tip of the country, which receives the first rays of sunlight, provides visitors with scenic views of the central coastal region


With its pristine beauty, Hon Yen Island is about 15km away from Tuy Hoa city and is home to many rare and beautiful bird species, especially swallows.


O Loan water lagoon is the largest aquaculture area in Phu Yen province.


Nhat Tu Son is one of the most beautiful beaches of Xuan Dai bay in Xuan Tho commune. The island is famous for the sea crossing trail which is submerged just beneath the water and only becomes visible at low tide



Ong Cop Bridge or known as Binh Thanh or Tuy An Bridge holds the record as Vietnam’s longest wooden bridge. It is another of Phu Yen’s famous tourist attractions.

                      Source: VOV

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