Quy Nhon photos

Published: 15/09/2011 10:39


Quy Nhon is the capital city of Binh Dinh Province. The city is known to the travellers as having pristine strips of fine sandy beaches. The vicinity also offers ruins of the Cham Culture which existed in Central and South Central Region of Vietnam from 2nd century through the 15th century.

Quy Nhon is a transit spot for the travellers heading between Nha Trang and Hoi An or Da Nang or between the coastal areas and the Central Highlands of Vietnam.


Thap Nga (Ivory Towers) is located 50 km from Quy Nhon, 8 km from Cha Ban. It is a group of three towers. The central one is 24 m high. The two others are 22m high. The largest one is embellished with granite ornamentation representing Naga and Elephants. This tower complex is one of the most beautiful in Central Viet Nam.


Cham Towers

Qui Nhon has a varied topography, its geography being extremely diversified with such landforms as mountains and forests, hills, fields, salt marshes, plains, lagoons, lakes, rivers, shorelines, peninsulas and islands.


Ham Ho Tourist Spot: is a long 3 km river section going through old forests with many big stones in variety of shapes in Tay Phu, Tay Son district, about 55 km from Quy Nhon. For the adventurous types there is kayaking available down the spring waters where you can watch the fresh fish as they attempt to back up the spring. There are houses on stilts from which you can admire the nature without feeling like you are intruding on their peace.


Ham Ho Ecological Part

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