An Hai Fishing Village – A Latent Pearl in Phu Yen

An Hai, a small fishing village nestled in the heart of Phuoc Dong hamlet, Phu Yen province, has emerged as an idyllic destination for global travelers, captivating hearts with its serene vistas and ethereal charm.


Nestled along the picturesque South Central Coast of Vietnam, An Hai Fishing Village enchants visitors with its untouched beauty. Unlike many popular tourist destinations, An Hai has managed to preserve its tranquil charm. As you approach the village, you’ll be greeted by breathtaking views of colorful fishing boats resting on golden sands and crystal-clear waters teeming with marine life.

The enchanting scenery of An Hai Fishing Village. Photo: Pham Quang Tuyen

Despite its proximity to renowned attractions such as Bai Xep, Mang Lang Temple, Hon Yen, and Ganh Da Dia, An Hai remains a hidden gem, untouched by the hustle and bustle of city life.

Immerse yourself in the rhythmic life of this idyllic village. Stroll along the beach, feel the gentle sea breeze, and mingle with the friendly locals.

Admire the beauty of An Hai, one of Phu Yen’s most captivating fishing villages. Photo: Pham Quang Tuyen

An Hai Fishing Village is conveniently located just 25 km north of Tuy Hoa city center, approximately a 35-minute drive.

Explore the village at your own pace, whether you choose to head straight to its shores or make pit stops at Phu Yen’s other attractions along the way.

For seafood enthusiasts, the fishing wharf is a haven of freshly caught treasures. Wake up early to witness the bustling activity as fishermen bring in their daily catch. You can purchase a variety of seafood and prepare it at your homestay for a delectable meal.

The vibrant fishing wharf of An Hai Fishing Village. Photo: Pham Quang Tuyen

The beach at An Hai is known for its steep incline, making it ideal for scenic walks and seafood purchases rather than swimming. For safety reasons, it’s advisable to stay near the shore if you decide to venture onto the beach.

Fishermen bringing in their catch to the shore. Photo: Pham Quang Tuyen

The fish market at An Hai Fishing Village is a lively affair that takes place from around 5 am to 7:30 am.

Phu Yen’s rich history and diverse culture are intertwined with the lives of its people. The province is home to a variety of ethnic groups who have lived in harmony for centuries, contributing to different professions.

This long history has given rise to unique folklore traditions, including the art of statue singing, fishermen’s songs, traditional folk songs, rituals, customs, and musical instruments.

Early risers can experience the bustling seafood market at An Hai. Photo: Pham Quang Tuyen

Phu Yen’s tropical climate, influenced by both the ocean and monsoons, results in hot and humid conditions with abundant rainfall. The year is divided into two distinct seasons: the rainy season (September to December) and the dry season (January to August). The average annual temperature is around 26.5ºC, with maximums reaching 39ºC and minimums dropping to 15.5ºC.

Phu Yen boasts a captivating blend of natural beauty and cultural heritage. The province is home to 84 historical sites and 185 intangible cultural heritage assets, including the UNESCO-recognized Bai Choi singing. Phu Yen’s festivals and vast beaches, with their pristine waters and sandy shores, draw visitors from far and wide.

Charlotte Pho