As a South Central Coast coastal province, Phu Yen is surrounded on three sides by hills and mountains and has a complex system of rivers, lagoons, bays, and islands.
It has several works, unique architecture, wild plateaus, and many beautiful views. Let’s look at the ten best places to visit in Phu Yen, Viet Nam!
O Loan Lagoon
O Loan is a large saltwater lagoon that runs along National Highway 1A at the foot of Quan Cau mountain pass, about 22 km north of the center of Tuy Hoa city.
The scenery here is so beautiful that people can take pictures whenever they want, especially at dawn and dusk.
Fresh seafood like crabs, oysters, mussels, octopus, fish, and shrimp are also available.
Vung Ro Bay
Vung Ro Bay is also essential in Hoa Xuan Nam Commune, near the border between Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa provinces.
The area of Phu Yen Bay is about 16.4 square kilometers, and it is between Hon Ba Pass and Ca Pass.
Because it was an essential waterway during the war, Vung Ro Bay is now a national historic site.
This place has 12 big and small beaches, beautiful coral carpets on the seabed, poetic scenery, and an enjoyable atmosphere.
Mang Lang Church
The Mang Lang Church was built around 1892 and is considered one of the oldest churches in Vietnam and Indochina.
The majestic and straightforward cross in the middle of this church, with two church bell towers on either side, will be the first thing people notice when they walk in.
Bishop Alexandre de Rhodes lived in what is now Mang Lang Church, which is also where the first Vietnamese dictionary is kept.
Dai Lanh Lighthouse
The Dai Lanh Lighthouse, also called Mui Dien, is in An Ninh Dong commune in Tuy An. This lighthouse is 110m above sea level and stands 26.5m above the ground.
The Dai Lanh Cape is a part of the Truong Son mountain range that faces the ocean. The French found and mapped it at the end of the 19th century.
The Dai Lanh lighthouse is powered by the sun. To get to the top, you have to climb 110 wooden steps. From above, you can see a large natural area.
Da Dia Reef (Rapids of Stone Plates)
Phu Yen Rapids of Stone Plates are 12 km east of Chi Thanh town in An Ninh Dong commune, Tuy An district, Phu Yen province.
In 1998, Da Dia Reef was named one of the world’s natural heritage.
People think of this place as an exciting resort where they can relax on the beach or go camping.
The Cham tower is a symbol of Tuy Hoa city. It is close to the north bank of the Da Rang River, and National Highway 1A, so many tourists come to see it.
This Cham tower is about 23.5 m tall, and its base is 10 m long on each side. It was built on the campus near the bottom of Nhan mountain.
The Nhan Tower was built in an ancient style. It has a sacred cultural meaning and symbolizes the country’s long life and growth.
Bai Xep is in the An Chan commune of the Tuy An district of the Phu Yen province. It is only 14 km north of Tuy Hoa city.
According to a poll by Business Insider, Bai Xep is one of the 16 most famous and well-known places to visit in Asia that only a few tourists know about.
Chua Island (Hon Chua)
Hon Chua Phu Yen is about 7 km from the mainland. It is part of the Long Thuy sea group of islands, and there are two other small islands nearby: Hon Dua (Pineapple island) and Hon Than (Than island).
This area is about 0.22 km2, and many coral reefs around the island cover nearly 100 hectares.
Hon Chua has a wide range of things to do for fun, such as snorkeling to see corals, setting up tents, walking, squid fishing, fishing, beach sports, and more.
Xuan Dai Bay
Xuan Dai Bay is in Tuy An district and Song Cau town, north of Phu Yen. It is a large bay that is more than 4 km long and makes it easy for boats to move around.
In Xuan Dai Bay, infrastructure has been improved so that, in addition to the traditional fishing villages along the coast, there will be many large resorts, hotels, and resorts for people to stay in.
Bai Mon Beach
Bai Mon is in the village of Dong Be in the commune of Hoa Tam in the district of Dong Hoa in the province of Phu Yen. It is right at the foot of the Mui Dien lighthouse.
Bai Mon is only about 500m long and has no people living on it. This means that it almost keeps its wild feel.
Bai Mon Phu Yen, at the foot of Nui Den, the easternmost point, is where you can see the sunrise the earliest compared to the beaches on Vietnam’s coast.