Exploring Binh Hung Island
As a small island in Cam Binh commune, Cam Ranh City (Khanh Hoa), Binh Hung is considered as a "pearl" that has not been polished among marine tourist destinations in Vietnam.
Binh Hung Island, about 30 kilometers by road from Cam Ranh City and then about 10 minutes by boat, has stunning beaches, crystal-clear water, lobster farms and giant rocks.
The idyllic beauty of Binh Hung Island viewed from above.
Tourists can go to Binh Hung Island all year round, however, the best time to go to Binh Hung is during the summer months, at this time the sea is quiet, you will enjoy the most "charming" sea scenery.
Visitors can rent a boat to visit seafood rafts of fishermen and enjoy food right there. In particular, these boats have clear glass bottom, so you can both move and enjoy the beauty of the coral.
Coming to Binh Hung Island, visitors should not ignore the interesting destinations like Binh Tien Beach, Bai Kinh, Hon Cho Lighthouse
Kinh Beach is the place where visitors first set foot down if traveling to Binh Hung Island. Local people in the island use the beach as a place to access ships between the island and the mainland.
There are countless delicacies that cannot be missed while on the island, such as lobster, ramie, seafood pancake.
In Binh Hung, there are famous lobster types such as Red Swamp Crayfish, Painted spiny lobster, and Panulirus ornatus lobster. These species grow fast and have high export value, bringing main benefits to the people here.