Admiring Vietnam’s pristine coastal beauty in Phu Yen

  • Photo: Fishermen from Phu Yen's An Hai village spread their net to catch anchovies. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
    Photo: Fishermen from Phu Yen's An Hai village spread their net to catch anchovies. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
  • Photo: Dai Lanh Cape Point, also known as Mui Dien, is a small branch of Truong Son mountain range that points to the ocean. The cape point is one of the eastern-most locations of Vietnam, with two hard-to-reach destinations: Dai Lanh lighthouse and pristine Bai Mon (Mon Beach). VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
    Photo: Dai Lanh Cape Point, also known as Mui Dien, is a small branch of Truong Son mountain range that points to the ocean. The cape point is one of the eastern-most locations of Vietnam, with two hard-to-reach destinations: Dai Lanh lighthouse and pristine Bai Mon (Mon Beach). VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
  • Photo: The lighthouse of Den cliff helps navigate maritime activities in Xuan Dai and Chao bays and is about 30km from Tuy Hoa city, Phu Yen province. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
    Photo: The lighthouse of Den cliff helps navigate maritime activities in Xuan Dai and Chao bays and is about 30km from Tuy Hoa city, Phu Yen province. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
  • Photo: Floating homes with fish farms on Vung Ro Bay on a peaceful day. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
    Photo: Floating homes with fish farms on Vung Ro Bay on a peaceful day. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
  • Photo: The lighthouse of Den cliff helps navigate maritime activities in Xuan Dai and Chao bays and is about 30km from Tuy Hoa city, Phu Yen province. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
    Photo: The lighthouse of Den cliff helps navigate maritime activities in Xuan Dai and Chao bays and is about 30km from Tuy Hoa city, Phu Yen province. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
  • Photo: Bai Xep (Xep beach) is located in Quy Nhon, Phu Yen province, with soft yellow sand, turquoise-blue ocean and clear blue sky. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
    Photo: Bai Xep (Xep beach) is located in Quy Nhon, Phu Yen province, with soft yellow sand, turquoise-blue ocean and clear blue sky. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
  • Photo: An Hai fishing village is a small village in Tuy An district, Phu Yen province, where locals rely solely on the ocean for livelihoods. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
    Photo: An Hai fishing village is a small village in Tuy An district, Phu Yen province, where locals rely solely on the ocean for livelihoods. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
  • Photo: High contrast between golden islets and turquoise blue ocean at dawn at Yen islet. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
    Photo: High contrast between golden islets and turquoise blue ocean at dawn at Yen islet. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
  • Photo: Golden dawn over Yen islet in An Hoa commune, Tuy An district, Phu Yen province. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
    Photo: Golden dawn over Yen islet in An Hoa commune, Tuy An district, Phu Yen province. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
  • Photo: Vung Ro Bay is a natural boundary between two south central provinces of Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa. It is a small but beautiful bay in Hoa Xuan Nam Commune, Dong Hoa District, Phu Yen Province, just behind the edge of Deo Ca mountain range. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
    Photo: Vung Ro Bay is a natural boundary between two south central provinces of Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa. It is a small but beautiful bay in Hoa Xuan Nam Commune, Dong Hoa District, Phu Yen Province, just behind the edge of Deo Ca mountain range. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
  • Photo: Vung Ro Bay is a natural boundary between two south central provinces of Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa. It is a small but beautiful bay in Hoa Xuan Nam Commune, Dong Hoa District, Phu Yen Province, just behind the edge of Deo Ca mountain range. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
    Photo: Vung Ro Bay is a natural boundary between two south central provinces of Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa. It is a small but beautiful bay in Hoa Xuan Nam Commune, Dong Hoa District, Phu Yen Province, just behind the edge of Deo Ca mountain range. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
  • Photo: Phu Yen province's lobster farms are like neat rows of Xs on the emerald blue water. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
    Photo: Phu Yen province's lobster farms are like neat rows of Xs on the emerald blue water. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
  • Photo: Phu Yen province's fishermen spread large nets to catch anchovies near Yen islet. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
    Photo: Phu Yen province's fishermen spread large nets to catch anchovies near Yen islet. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
  • Photo: Golden dawn over Yen islet. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
    Photo: Golden dawn over Yen islet. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt
Phu Yen is a coastal province in the south central region of Vietnam that possesses a long coastline, favourable climate and unexplored sceneries. Ghenh Da Dia is one of Phu Yen’s most well-known locations because of its million-year-old uniquely shaped basalt rock columns. Pristine beaches like Bai Xep, Bai Mon with distinct emerald blue water and creamy white sand are ideal destinations for a relaxing get-away. In addition, numerous fishing villages can be found along the province’s coastline, which offer a glimpse into locals’ daily life. VNA Photo: Trọng Đạt

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