Full Guide To Quy Nhon Beach

Nha Trang is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Vietnam, and Quy Nhon beach, a well–known spot there, possesses a pristine and peaceful beauty that charms many

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With several exciting spots, resorts, and hotels, Quy Nhon is considered the best choice for a summer holiday, especially for tourists who want to escape the crowded and bustling city life.

The Central region is gifted by Mother Nature for its wild and charming beauty, with the long sandy beach and crystal clear water.

Food is also a bright spot that leaves an impression in the hearts of tourists everywhere.

Quy Nhon in Binh Dinh Province is recognized as one of the three tourism hubs of Vietnam’s south-central coastal region and Da Nang and Nha Trang.

The town is blessed with a 42km long coastline, diverse topography comprising mountains, forests, salt marshes, plains, lagoons, lakes, rivers, peninsulas and islands, abundant seafood, and natural resources.

How to get there

Photo: VnExpress
Photo: VnExpress

From Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, you can have many ways to get to Quy Nhon, such as by trains, planes, cars, or personal vehicles, depending on your finance and staying time.

According to a survey from Zing, at the beginning of April, the ticket price for planes to Quy Nhon remains reasonable. Specifically, for passengers departing on April 1 and returning on April 3 from Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, affordable ticket prices for the day are VND1.6 million (US$69.99) and VND1.7 million (US$74.36), respectively.

The journey from HCMC takes approximately 13 hours, and fares range from VND252,000 (US$11) for a seat to VND442,000 (US$19) for a sleeper berth. The price also varies depending on the day of travel, with peak demand days like public holidays costing more.

Where to stay in Quy Nhon

1. Anantara Quy Nhon Villas

Photo: Anantara
Photo: Anantara

Among the finest beach resorts in Vietnam, surrounded by mountains on three sides and overlooking the Bay of Quy Nhon, Anantara Quy Nhon Villas offers beachfront basking and adventurous discoveries. Only 26 villas dot seven acres of lush landscaping fronting a private cove.

Laze by the pool snacking on gourmet street eats served by your butler. Luxuriate with a synchronized four-hand massage at Anantara Spa. Explore surrounding ruins, fisherman’s villages, and uninhabited islands just off the coast.

• 26 beachfront and ocean view villas overlook a private cove

• Private dining experiences featuring fresh seafood, gourmet street eats, hot pots, and island picnics

• In-villa martial arts, water sports, local excursions, Vietnamese cooking classes

• Cliffside jungle spa

2. Maia Resort Quy Nhon

Photo: Booking.com
Photo: Booking.com

Surrounded by dramatic mountains, lush tropical forests, and pristine beaches, the coastal city of Quy Nhon is a busting center in harmony with its natural surroundings.

A short drive from Phu Cat Airport, the prosperous port city, is a recent addition to Vietnam’s must-visit destinations boasting an expansive golden-sanded coastline and deftly manicured promenades that have made it popular with local tourists. The surrounding region is dotted with hidden coves, fishing villages, and an abundance of fresh seafood, making it the ideal vantage point for further exploration of the Binh Dinh province.

3. Anya Hotel Quy Nhon

Photo: Anyahotel
Photo: Anyahotel

Anya Hotel is located at the center of Quy Nhon beach with luxury rooms with four stars standards. Tourists coming here can experience various dishes, food, beverages, relax using spa service, and swim in the outdoor swimming pool.

4. The Kila Boutique Hotel

This property is a 5-minute walk from the beach. Featuring an outdoor swimming pool, shared lounge, and pool views, The Kila Boutique Hotel is located in Quy Nhon, 450 m from Quy Nhon Beach. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk, room service, and free WiFi throughout the property. The hotel features family rooms.

What to see in Quy Nhon

Many beautiful spots are located far from the center of Quy Nhon city, and it can be challenging to move around by bus. You can rent a motorbike for VND100,000-120,000/day (US$4.37 – US$5.24) to easily travel and visit the coastal city.

Eo Gio (Windy Pass): Located in Nhon Ly, about 20 kilometers from Quy Nhon, Eo Gio is a well-known tourist destination for its wilderness and mesmerizing beauty of the rivers, forests, and blue sky. Eo Gio is situated between two tall rocky cliffs that drop straight into the clear waters of the sea below, giving it a beautiful crescent shape.

Eo Gio is also famous for its golden sandy beach and the overlapping waves caressing the bay and the rocks. Under the clear blue water, there are many species of sea creatures and colorful coral reefs.

Photo: Utours
Photo: Utours

Cham Towers: Apart from beautiful beaches and breathtaking scenery, Quy Nhon is also home to many Cham monuments and relics. As the Cham people ruled this region for over 500 years from the 11th to 15th century, they left behind many Cham towers. The Twin Cham Towers consists of 2 buildings standing side by side like a couple. Like other towers in the province, its architecture is imbued with typical cultural features of the Cham people and influenced by Hindu art. These two towers will give you a chance to discover the typical traits of Cham architecture, get a better understanding of Vietnam’s history, and take some nice photos.

Photo: Luhanhvietnam
Photo: Luhanhvietnam

Ky Co beach: Ky Co beach stretches and curves like a crescent moon with three sides bordering the mountain and one side facing the sea. From a distance, tourists have a chance to admire the majestic scenery of the mountains and sea, with the green coconut trees casting shadows on the sandy slopes.

Phuong Mai dune: Phuong Mai dune is situated near the Nhon Ly beach, Phuong Mai Peninsula. With a height of about 100m, the Phuong Mai dune is an ideal place for tourists to see the vastness of the earth and the panoramic view of the peninsula. The beautiful brown and white hills give this peninsula a wonderful wild beauty. If you want to experience being lost in a rugged desert with white sand dunes and large valleys, Phuong Mai sand dunes will entirely give you that feeling.

Photo: Quy Nhon Land
Photo: Quy Nhon Land
Charlotte Pho