Exporing the most beautiful destinations in Phan ThietUnder Blog
Phan Thiet is capital city of Binh Thuan province, in the southeastern Vietnam. Recently, Phan Thiet has become a very famous tourism destination, attracting millions of foreign travelers. Let’s explore some must-come beautiful places in Phan Thiet.
Bai Rang beach (Bãi Rạng)
Bai Rang is the most beautiful and cleanest beach in Phan Thiet. Located northeast 15km of city of Phan Thiet, the beach is lined with tall coconut trees, leaning against vast red sand dune, with green jungles on the hill. Visitors can swim, sunbathe and enjoy the fresh seafood right on the beach. Bai Rang also has an ancient fishing village along with a lot of multi-style restaurants nearby and modern Phan Thiet resort.
Co Thach beach (Cổ Thạch)
Co Thach is a part of Binh Thạn beach, in Binh Thanh commune, Tuy Phong district, Binh Thuan province. This is one of the most pristine beaches in Vietnam. The beach is famous for seven-colored stones lying on the beach. The characteristics of this stone ground is due to the impact of tide, sea currents, sea water … stones of different sizes and different colors are push from the sea to the shore. Moreover, Co Thach is also attractive because of the rocky bank, formed for hundred years and untouched through time, with so many different kinds of shape and size. Especially, Co Thach beach has Hang pagoda nearby, which is a grotto pagoda from 19th century.
Hon rom (Hòn Rơm)
Hon Rom is name of a small mountain located in Mui Ne ward, Phan Thiet city. This place looks like an isolated tranquil island, featured by a 17km long beach called Hon Rom Post Beach with blue and peaceful water without sub-rock. Clean and beautiful coastline, clear and blue sea, fine golden sand dunes stretching endless, all creates the charming pristine beach of the region. Visitors can enjoy a lot of entertaining activities such as sand surfing, sea-bathing, fire burning outside camps, or boarding on fishing boats make the resort more charming.
Phu Quy Island
Phu Quy Island is located about 120km from the east of Phan Thiet city and takes 5-6 hours by ship to arrive on the island. Seen from the sea from different directions, the island looks like a floating city with interesting shapes, such as a dragon, a codfish or a giant whale swimming in the deep blue ocean. The island owns beautiful and breathtaking beaches such as Trieu Duong, Doi Dua,… Moreover, Phu Quy also has over 30 historical and cultural relics such as Linh Son Pogaoda, Linh Quang Pagoda; Ba Chua Ngoc Temple; Trieu Duong Communal House and My Khe Park.
Mui Ne Sand Dune (Đồi cát Mũi Né)
Mui Ne sand dune is the most invaluable treasure that Mother Nature gave to Phan Thiet. It has become one of the most attractive tourist sites around the whole world.
The dunes range from pure white to gold and sometimes red when the sun comes down. And they never have fixed shaped, which make tourists never feel bored when they come here. This place is not only the perfect spot for enjoying and taking pictures on beautiful enormous sand dunes but also the place for interesting games such as sand surfing.
Poshanu Cham Tower (Tháp Chàm Poshanu)
The Tower, situated in Phu Hai district of Phan Thiet, is the remnant of Ancient Champa Kingdom. It features the great architecture and decoration of the ancient Cham.
Especially, when visiting the tower, tourists will have chance to experience unique ceremonies and dances of Cham people.
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