Binh Dinh

Binh Dinh has a rich natural landscape, an attractive destination for ecotourism, relaxation, and culture. Binh Dinh's topography is very diverse, with mountains, rivers, lakes, and nearly 150,000 hectares of natural forests creating a beautiful, colorful natural picture suitable for various types of ecotourism, mountaineering, resorts, etc. Famous landmarks in Binh Dinh can be named such as Ham Ho, Nui Mot Lake, Vi Rong Cape, Hoi Van hot mineral springs, etc. Especially, this land has 134 km of coastline stretching along the eastern part of the province, blessed with countless beautiful beaches and beaches - an ideal choice for cruises and resorts. The most beautiful beaches and landscapes are distributed in Quy Nhon and surrounding areas such as Ky Co, Quy Nhon, Ghenh Rang, Quy Hoa, Bai Dai, Eo Gio, Phuong Mai Peninsula, etc. Most are relatively flat, white sand, clear blue sea, and most of them remain pristine beauty. Not only natural landscapes, but cultural tourism is also a strength of Binh Dinh - a land with a long history and culture. There many valuable tangible and intangible artistic works preserved, such as Do Ban ancient citadel, Cham tower complex, or relics of the Tay Son movement with martial arts performances that made the reputation of "martial land" of Binh Dinh. Visitors who are interested in learning about local culture and life can also visit many traditional craft villages such as Van Son pottery, Tam Quan coir carpet, Ha Ri brocade weaving, bronze casting in Bang Chau, etc. Abundant nature and vibrant cultural identity will surely leave an unforgettable impression on tourists coming to explore Binh Dinh.

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