Located on South-Central Vietnam, Quang Ngai borders Quang Nam Province on the north, Binh Dinh Province on the south, Kon Tum Province on the west and East Sea on the east with 135km seaside.
The province is surrounded by Truong Son Mountains on one side and the East Sea on the other. As a result, the topography includes mountains, plains, seaside and offshore islands. The main rivers are Tra Khuc, Tra Bong, and Ve rivers.
The rain season lasts from September to December. It is hot between April and August and the weather is cold from January to March. Annual average temperature is 26ÂºC.
Tourism in Quang Ngai
Phu Yen in Vietnam has been known as a beautiful land of bright yellow flowers and lush green grass along with fantastic places. Let’s see and discover!
- Bai Reu Xom Ro (Moss Beach of Ro Village)
Belonging to Phu Dong Ward in Tuy Hoa city of Phu Yen province, Bai Reu Xom Ro features with rugged concrete boulders lying deep under the seawater and is filled up with lush green moss on side. Bai Reu Xom Ro is more beautiful in sliver seawater and waves.
- Dam O Loan (O Loan Lagoon)
Dam O Loan belongs to Tuy An district, Phu Yen province, which is famous for renowned seafood – oyster. Besides, seafood here is really diversified and delicious with various options such as shrimp, fish, crab, etc bringing you tasty dishes. Another interesting activity is to go follow the fishermen on board to catch fish and capture some beautiful pictures at sunset on the beach.
- Bai Mon (Mon Beach)
Bai Mon is a small beach in Dong Hoa district, Phu Yen province; however it is very beautiful, especially at sunrise. It still remains its unspoiled beauty and there are not many services so you should prepare everything before visiting the beach.
- Mang Lang Church
Mang Lang Church is considered the oldest church in Phu Yen province, An Ninh Tay commune, Tuy An district, Vietnam. It was a place where Alexander de Rhodes wrote his Cathechismus in octo dies in Latin and Vietnamese (Quốc ngữ) and printed it in 1651 in Rome, Italy. The church is named after a purple flower, bloom in clusters; however this flower is no longer and is just told by seniors.
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- Ghenh Da Dia (Da Dia Rapid)
Ghenh Da Dia is literally translated into Sea Cliff of Stone Plates (in Vietnamese: Ghềnh Đá Đĩa or Gành Đá Dĩa), belonging to Phu Yen province, An Ninh Dong commune, Tuy An district and located about 40km from Tuy Hoa city. Ghenh Da Dia is known as a seashore area of uniformly interlocking basalt rock columns. It is considered the most beautiful site in Phu Yen, Vietnam.
- Dong Cam Damp
Before 1975, this dam is called Bao Dai dyke, which is considered the largest irrigation works in Phu Yen province. This dam owns the picturesque scenery connecting two majestic mountains, Tru Cac and Qui Hau.
- Binh Thanh Wooden Bridge
This wooden bridge is often called as Mr. Tiger Bridge by locals and is also best known as the longest wooden bridge of Vietnam with 700 m high. The bridge spans the Binh Da river mouth and spills to Tien Chau port. At the far distance, the bridge looks very weak.
- Song Hinh Hydropower
Located about 60 km from Tuy Hoa City along Highway No 29 forward to Dak Lak, Song Hinh Hydropower is a project belonging to Ea Trol commune, Song Hinh district, Phu Yen province. Here visitors will have a great opportunity to visit springs, enjoy peaceful scenery by cycling around the pine trees, and contemplate a beautiful sunset.