Exploring the pristine beauty of Ninh Thuan
Ninh Thuan is widely known for the traditional architecture of Cham ethnic people, the deep blue sea, beautiful white sand, and juicy tropical fruits.
Visitors to Ninh Thuan can not only be treated with the charming natural landscape but also savoury delicacies and time-honoured cultural values.
Ninh Thuan is blessed with hundreds of kilometres of coastline, which creates many long and winding roads with deep blue ocean on one and sand dunes or mountain cliffs on the other. During their ride along the roads, travellers can encounter vineyards, apple gardens, salt fields, and wind farms with giant propellers spinning endlessly.
They can also catch sight of herds of goats, sheep and cows wandering around looking for food.
There are many places to visit in Ninh Thuan, including Hai Rai Tourist Site, Dinh Cape, Vinh Hy Bay, and Nui Chua National Park.
Ninh Thuan is also known as the land of grapefruit with gardens laden with fruit.
Ca Na beach, 30km to the South of Phan Rang - Thap Cham City is the largest salt field of the country.
Located on National Highway 1A, the Bau Truc Pottery Village in Ninh Phuoc District is an attractive tourist site where Cham ethnic people produce exotic pottery items made from clay from the Quao River.
Visitors should not miss My Nghiep Village in Phuoc Dan Town, where they can get an insight into the long-standing reputation of Cham people’s practice of brocade weaving.
As the cradle of brocade weaving of the Cham ethnic people, My Nghiep craft village is currently one of the two most famous traditional craft villages of Ninh Thuan Province.
Located at the heart of a national tourism area, Ninh Chu beach in the south central province of Ninh Thuan is widely regarded as a perfect destination for travelers with a passion for marine sports including kite surfing, sailing, and motoring.