The road linking Ninh Chu in Ninh Thuan province to Binh Lap Island in Khanh Hoa province is considered the most beautiful along the coast of Vietnam thanks to its imposing natural scenery with clean beaches, islands and bays.

   The 57km road leaning against Nui Chua National Park and looking to the East Sea crosses
    many tourist attraction

As a traveller, you will first stop in Thai An vineyard, the largest one in Ninh Thuan province, 
wich is around 30 km from Phan Rang city.

Passing green vineyards, you will come to one of nature wonder, the Rai Cave

Vinh Hy, among top tour beautiful bays in VietNam is viewed from high

                  Binh Hung Island

The road passes through pristine nameless an famous beaches

King beach is around 10km from Vinh Hy bay

Cow and sheep grassland in Binh Tien

The road ends in Binh Lap Island with many romantic and scenic resorts

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