Quy Nhon: the "Maldives of Viet Nam"
Quy Nhon City in Binh Dinh Province region, along with Da Nang and Nha Trang, is one of the three tourism hubs in Vietnam's south-central coastal region.
|Quy Nhon City in Binh Dinh Province is one of the three main tourism hubs in the south central coastal region, along with Da Nang and Nha Trang. — Photo dulich24.com.vn|
The city is blessed with a 42km long coastline, abundance seafood and diverse topography comprising mountains, forests, salt marshes, plains, lagoons, lakes, rivers, peninsulas and islands.
Eo Gio and Ky Co are the most famous attractions in Quy Nhon.
Eo Gio is situated between two tall rocky cliffs that drop straight into the clear waters of the sea below, giving it a beautiful crescent shape.
Ky Co Beach located on Nhon Ly Island, 25 km away and a 20-minute boat ride from Quy Nhon, is fondly known as the "Maldives of Viet Nam." Ky Co is surrounded by magnificent rocky mountains and the turquoise sea.
The best time to visit Quy Nhon is from January to August when the weather is relatively warm most of the time.
The fastest way to get to Quy Nhon from Hanoi or HCM City is by air.
Quy Nhon is about 650 km from HCM City, from where visitors can also take a bus or train, which will take from 12 to 14 hours.