1. Binh Dinh
The wind power field in Binh Dinh is 122 hectares wide, where the biggest wind turbines are installed in Vietnam. Each pillar is 114 m high, and the rotor diameter is 132 m wide, with a capacity of 3.5 MW. For many years, this place has been loved by many travelers and aspiring photographers coming here to capture the moments before dawn through their lenses. The giant wind turbines combined with the mist create the most photogenic and mysterious scenery, making the field look like a fairytale.
In recent years, the “wind power fields” have become the most well-known check-in spots for young people. From Quy Nhon city, visitors passing Thi Nai bridge along Highway 19B on Nhon Ly – Cat Tien route can see giant turbines right in front of their eyes.
The best moments to take photos are when the sun rises high above the sea, the sky is bright yellow combined with the thick layers of mist floating, soaking the “windmills”.
2. Ninh Thuan
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With an area of 9.6 hectares and 16 turbine towers, the Dam Nai wind power field is the most well-known and loved by a lot of young travelers. Under the afternoon light, the field appears dimly lit, with the herd of sheep grazing peacefully on the grass, and the mountains in the distance.
Dam Nai wind power field is located in Lang Me village, Bac Son commune, Thuan Bac district, Ninh Thuan, about 20 km from Phan Rang city and 10 km from Ninh Chu beach. This is a project built with giant wind powers to provide electricity for the locals.
The place is surrounded by the vast rice field and tall mountains in the distance, with the wind power highlighting the picture of this beautiful natural scenery. If you want to discover the most unique place in Ninh Thuan, the Dam Nai wind power field is the perfect choice for you.
3. Binh Thuan
Binh Thuan has not only one but three wind power fields in Tuy Phong, Dai Phong, and Phu Quy island for tourists to choose their favorite check-in spots. Of all of them, the one in Tuy Phong has the largest space and is the easiest to find, which is located near 1A Highway. This place is welcomed by tourists because of its impressive 95-meter high white wind turbines.
When you get closer to the field, you will be overwhelmed by the majestic scenery of the place. Under the crystal blue sky along with the green color of the trees and mountains, the white wind powers look even more extraordinary to the travelers.
Tuy Phong wind power field is about 90 km from Phan Thiet city. The wind turbines are 95 m in height, which is truly impressive in the eyes of visitors.
4. Lam Dong
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Cau Dat tea hill is one of the famous tourist destinations loved by many tourists, thanks to the vast, alluring scenery of tea hills, surrounded by hills and green pine forests. At the end of 2021, a wind power project will be built, creating an additional highlight to attract tourists to this area. The place is about 25 km southeast of the city center.
Cau Dat tea hill was originally a tea plantation of the French and was exploited since 1922, with an area of up to 230ha, and an altitude of 1,650m above sea level. In 1927, the French built a high-quality tea growing area and a Tra Co factory to produce tea. Until now, Tra Co Cau Dat is considered the oldest tea factory that is still running and producing the best tea.
Currently, Cau Dat farm has invested and turned this area into a very famous place for both agricultural production and tourism. Tra Co factory is made into a museum with an art space filled with interesting stories of history and culture gathered over the past 100 years.
5. Bac Lieu
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The wind power project in Bac Lieu is the first wind power project in Vietnam with a total of 62 towers about 80 m high, with 42 m long propellers stretching over the sea. The best moment to visit the place is in the early morning or after 4 pm when the weather is not too hot. To reach the place, from the center of Bac Lieu city, you follow Cao Van Lau street to the sea for about 20 km, and you will see the field right in front of your eyes.