The lively and pleasant Quy Nhon city of Vietnam


Quy Nhon city is very lively and pleasant, it is a city of Binh Dinh Provice, a porpular destination lied on the south sea coast of Vietnam. This city is known for its beautiful surroundings, Cham temples, and nearby beaches. Whilst tourism is increasing in Quy Nhon, this tends to be local tourism, and for the majority of travellers it remains relatively off the beaten track.

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Cham temples

Ho Chi Minh City, formerly name Saigon, is the largest city in Vietnam. The distance from Ho Chi Minh City to Quy Nhon is about 649 Km. Quy Nhon Airport used to use for military and civilian intent in Quy Nhon city, Binh Dinh Province through Vietnam war. Now, Quy Nhon Airport is named Phu Cat Airport located at Phu Cat district, Quy Nhon province. It’s about 35 Km from Quy Nhon city.

Ho Chi Minh City, formerly name Saigon, is the largest city in Vietnam. The distance from Ho Chi Minh City to Quy Nhon is about 649 Km. The Trip Duration is about 1 hour 10 minutes. Ho Chi Minh city airport named Tan Son Nhat airport and near city center. It’s about 8 Km from airport to District 1 and 15 Km to Phu My Hung Area, District 7. Passengers also can take taxi inside airport very easily with price is 12.000 VNĐ/Km.


A likeable little seaport town, Quy Nhon is set on a narrow stake of land harpooning the South China Sea.

It’s a good place to get away from tourists – few come here, thanks in no small part to the fact that the local beach is both less dazzling than others along this coast, and a bit shallow for swimming. For more adventurous travellers, however, the lack of foreigners only adds to the town’s intrigue, and there are a few places worth checking out in the nearby area, including some superbly restored Cham towers. The beach makes a lovely place for a breezy evening stroll.

North of Quy Nhon, and within easy day-trip distance, are the Banh It towers, and the Cha Ban Citadel – both important remnants of Cham rule.

Cha Ban Citadel

With a long-stretching coast embracing the whole city, creating a graceful semicircular shape, the beaches in Quy Nhon are very clean and quiet. Coming to the city, you could swim at the city-nearby beaches.

Banh It Tower of Cham people on the national highway 1 is one of the few remains of Champa kingdom. The Double Tower is rather near Quy Nhon City. It was restored and renovated to become one of the most attractive tousits destinations in the city. Thi Nai Pond and the longest cross-sea bridge spanning Quy Nhon City and Phuong Mai archipelago are must-visit attractions that you can not miss in the trip. Quy Nhon has plenty of beautiful beaches lying along the coast.

Rang Rapid and Han Mac Tu tomb is situated about 3 km from the center of Quy Nhon City to the Southeast. Rang Rapid stretches along the blue coast. Standing here, you can see beautiful Quy Nhon City. This place has Egg Rock field with countless round stones which are as smooth and big as giant bird eggs. In addition, Queen beach (Nam Phuong Queen used to bathe here) is also a stunning attraction. The tomb of Han Mac Tu poet is placed on Thi Nhan hill and Bao Dai palace (a 3 story house facing the sea which was destroyed in the war).

Adjacent Rang Rapid is Dai, Bang, Xep and Rang beaches on the national highway 1D. Some beaches are sea-by rocks where the local people often set up tent to have meal, some beaches are beautiful small beaches where people go to swim or sell food. On weekends or holidays, the native people usually ride here and have full all day.

Quy Nhon, with its seaside appeal and tidy, litter-free streets is considered a place that affluent Vietnamese couples choose to retire to, spending their final days ocean-gazing and promenade-walking. Try once and you will feel its beauty.