You should set foot in Mui Dien if you want to learn about Phu Yen. People come to this place because it looks pristine and stunning.

Phu Yen Dien Cape is the easternmost point of Vietnam. It is also one of the few places where the sun rises the earliest.

Where is Phu Yen Dien Cape?

Phu Yen Dien Cape, also called Dai Lanh Cape, is in the village of Phuoc Tan, in the commune of Hoa Tam, Dong Hoa town, Phu Yen province.

Where is Phu Yen Dien Cape?

This place is about 35 km south of the city center in Phu Yen province, near the Vung Ro harbor and under the Ca pass range, one of the most beautiful roads in Vietnam.

After many discussions, Phu Yen Dien Cape is now the second-furthest point to the east, after Doi Cape in Van Ninh, Khanh Hoa. 

It is one of the first places in mainland Vietnam to see the sun rise.

History of Phu Yen Dien Cape

Phu Yen Dien Cape was founded by a French general named Varella. On old maps, the area was called Cap Varella.

History of Phu Yen Dien Cape

There is a story that says Dai Lanh Cape was formed by a giant bird that flew down from the north and turned into a cape that sticks out into the water.

In 1836, King Minh Mang permitted the Dai Lanh cape to be shown on nine Cuu Dinh boats inside the Hue Imperial Citadel.

This is one of Vietnam’s tourist spots. In 2008, the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism declared it a National Landscape Monument.

How to get to Phu Yen Dien Cape

From the city of Tuy Hoa, there are usually two ways to get to Mui Dien. First, you drive on Highway 1 until you reach Ca Pass. Then, you turn right and head toward Vung Ro Bay.

Second, you choose a straight road along the beach of Phuoc Tan-Bai Nga. This road is not only easy and safe to travel, but it also leads to Dien cape.

When leaving Nha Trang, you must take the Ca pass road. 

How to get to Phu Yen Dien Cape

At the end of the road, there is a sign for Dai Lanh cape (Dien cape), where they will turn, go through Vung Ro bay, and visit the unnumbered ship relic.

Things to Do & See in Phu Yen Dien Cape

When you go to Mui Dien, you should see the Lighthouse, Rang Dong cape, Mon beach, and Suoi Mo.

Lighthouse of Dai Lanh

The Dai Lanh lighthouse is in the An Ninh Dong commune in Tuy An. It is 110m above sea level and 26.5m above the ground.

Things to Do & See in Phu Yen Dien Cape

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 the top, you can see a lot of nature.

Rang Dong Cape

Most people will check in here when they come to Phu Yen Dien Cape. In particular, a marble board says, “Easternmost point: The place to see the first sunrise on the Vietnamese mainland.”

Here, you can watch the sunrise, see the movie set for “I See Yellow Flowers In The Green Grass”, have a picnic in a tent or take pictures of the beautiful scenery.

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, right at the foot of the Mui Dien lighthouse.

Bai Mon is only about 500 meters long and has no people living on it. This means that it almost keeps its wild feel.

Suoi Mo Stream

The Suoi Mo eco-tourism area is in Quy Nhon city, area 8, Bui Thi Xuan ward, under Cu Mong Pass.

Things to Do & See in Phu Yen Dien Cape

The Suoi Mo waterfall system has four waterfalls and five lakes, each of which is beautiful. 

When you go to Suoi Mo, the most fun thing is to climb mountains, cross passes, and wade through waterfalls to see how beautiful nature is.

Things that you should pay attention to in Phu Yen Dien Cape

When you go on a picnic, you should visit places like O Loan lagoon, Vung Ro bay, and Co Ma Pass which are close by.

Things that you should pay attention to in Phu Yen Dien Cape

Please get clothing, gloves, helmets, and binoculars ready. It would help if you had all these things when going to the Mui Dien lighthouse.

Remember to bring a camera, a roll of film, or a smartphone that can take pictures of the best view.

Please wear loose, simple clothes to make it easier to move around. There are guard dogs up to the lighthouse, so be careful.

If you want to go up the light tower, you should ask the person in charge for permission. 

Do not wear high heelsl. Please wear a pair of shoes that are good for sports. 

It would be best if you walked at a steady pace and evenly spaced out your breaths to keep your body from getting too tired.

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