Quy Nhon - the city has no shortage of play places

In addition to swimming, snorkeling and watching coral in Quy Nhon, visitors can take advantage of going to the island, roam the lagoon not far away.

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Although not crowded and have many resorts like Nha Trang and Hoi An, Quy Nhon still has its own attraction for tourists. The Guardian newspaper of England once selected Quy Nhon into the top 10 resort destinations in the winter of 2017.
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Quy Nhon has many beautiful beaches. Located right in the center of the city is a curving sea road like a crescent moon stretching nearly 5 km from Tan nose to Ghenh Rang. In addition, it is necessary to mention Hoang Hau beach or called egg rock beach, which attracts many photographers to compose. Previously, when coming to Quy Nhon city, Nam Phuong Queen chose Ghenh Rang for relaxation.
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In addition, visitors can choose Bai Xep beach to relax, because of the pristine beach, the natural rocks emerging among the sandy beach when the tide recedes. Enjoy grilled seafood dishes and a few bottles of cold beer will bring you a pleasant feeling when you visit Bai Xep fishing village.
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Thi Nai Bridge connecting Quy Nhon city with Phuong Mai peninsula used to be the longest cross-sea bridge in Vietnam (2.5 km), before the operation of Tan Vu - Lach Huyen, Hai Phong bridge. The most convenient way to visit famous attractions of Quy Nhon such as Eo Gio, Ky Co, Phuong Mai sand hill, Trung Luong ... is through this bridge.
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Thi Nai lagoon covers an area of more than 5,000 hectares, one of the largest saltwater lagoons in Binh Dinh province. Here, visitors float on the small boat, admire the immense scenery of the lagoon and discover the life of fishermen.
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From Quy Nhon City, across Thi Nai Bridge and Nhon Hoi Economic Zone, follow the main road, turn right along the concrete road winding around the mountain, which two sides of the road are covered with acacia, eucalyptus leaves, visitors will to Nhon Hai (photo).

There are many services for tourists such as restaurants, homestays or hotels. You can comfortably swim, snorkel and watch corals, enjoy seafood, visit the stone bars and learn about the life of the fishing village.
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About 20 km from the center of Quy Nhon is Linh Phong pagoda with the largest sitting Buddha statue in Southeast Asia, attracting many spiritual visitors. The statue has a height of 69 m and a diameter of 52 m which is designed on a lotus pedestal located in the middle of the mountain, at an altitude of 129 m and facing the sea.

The pagoda is located in Cat Tien commune, Phu Cat district, located right on the road DT 639 and highway 19B connecting Phu Cat and Quy Nhon airports.
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From Quy Nhon city moving towards QL19, to Nhon Tan crossroads (An Nhon town), turn left to reach Nui Mot lake (distance over 35 km). This is a large lake area, built to serve irrigation water for the downstream area of An Nhon town and a part of Tuy Phuoc district. The lake has become a tourist destination for nature lovers.
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Tra O Lagoon is also known as Chau Truc Lagoon or Bau Bang Lagoon, a natural brackish lagoon located in the northeast of Phu My District, about 70 km away from Quy Nhon center. The lagoon is suitable for tourists who love nature and take pictures of rural landscapes and people.
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Cu Lao Xanh (also called Van Phi island), an island located near Xuan Dai bay, in Nhon Chau commune, Quy Nhon. Visitors can visit Hai Dang and Suoi Tien wells. In addition, when traveling along small roads around the beach, you can catch wildflowers, watch the blue sea and turtles laying eggs in some sandy beaches.

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