Huge picturesque sand dunes in Quy Nhon

Phuong Mai Peninsula, which is a pristine sandhill, is now planned into a tourist destination and still in the construction phase.

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Phuong Mai Peninsula
Phuong Mai Peninsula is about 10 km from the center of Quy Nhon city, the middle separation is 5,000 hectares of Thi Nai saline lagoon. From the peninsula, visitors can see the city center and the bridge crossing the sea of Thi Nai with a length of nearly 2.5 km ranked second in Vietnam, after Tan Vu - Lach Huyen bridge (Hai Phong).
Phuong Mai Peninsula
The most famous tourist destination here is Phuong Mai - one of the highest and most beautiful sand hills in Central Vietnam, next to places like Mui Ne (Binh Thuan), Quang Phu (Quang Binh), and Nam Cuong (Ninh Thuan) ) ...
Phuong Mai Peninsula
This area is formerly a pristine sandhill, now planned as a tourist destination and is still in the construction phase. The sandhills of Phuong Mai are thought to be ideal for playing sand slides by a height of 20 to 100 m above sea level and a moderate slope.
Phuong Mai Peninsula
In the past, tourists could buy a sand-slide tour of Quy Nhon tour operators with a dedicated board, but the service stopped working. Visitors can bring their own board to experience, but need to pay attention to safety.
Phuong Mai Peninsula
A lake formed in a sandpit about 100 meters deep along Thi Nai lagoon, located about 3 km from the bridge crossing over the sea to the direction of Eo Gio.
Phuong Mai Peninsula
Cactus is a kind of plant that grows a lot in the Phuong Mai peninsula and Eo Gio. In addition to the nickname of "giant screen" that blocks to the sea for the city, this place is also likened by tourists to "miniature Sahara desert in Quy Nhon".
Phuong Mai Peninsula
The area is also home to hundreds of bird species, mainly concentrated in Con Chim mangrove forest in the middle of Thi Nai lagoon.
Phuong Mai Peninsula
At Phuong Mai sandhill is a freshwater lagoon, where people often feed buffaloes and cows in the daytime.
Phuong Mai Peninsula
Lotus in freshwater lagoon next to sand hill.
Phuong Mai Peninsula
The beautiful sand hills are mainly located along both sides of National Highway 19B on Phuong Mai peninsula. Currently this area is quite unspoiled and does not collect sightseeing tickets.

Visitors coming here in the summer need to prepare enough sun protection items such as hats, jackets, sunglasses and sunscreen. Besides, you should wear sandals instead of shoes to facilitate movement; Do not go barefoot during the day because hot sand can cause blisters.

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