Quy Nhon

Quy Nhon - Binh Dinh belonging to the South Central Coast of Vietnam is about 1,065km from Ha Noi to the North, 649km from Ho Chi Minh City to the South.



Quy Nhon, the capital of Binh Dinh Province, was officially recognized as a city in 1898. The town, however, has existed since the 11th century, when the Kingdom of Champa was in power. It was also Emperor Le Thanh Ton's ruling center in the 15th century. During the Vietnam War, Quy Nhon was also important. It served as both a battleground and a military and naval facility for the United States.

Quy Nhon is currently a thriving port city with a population of around 260,000 people, with ambitions to enhance facilities to attract more tourists. This medium-sized town is bordered by beautiful beaches, and the surrounding countryside is as beautiful.

Best time to visit

There are two seasons in Quy Nhon: wet and dry. October to February is the rainy season, whereas March to December is the dry season. The greatest time to visit this port city is during the dry months, when you can take in the sights and relax on the beaches.

How to get there

Flying into Quy Nhon is a fantastic way to get a bird's eye perspective of the stunning scenery. International travelers will need to fly in through Ho Chi Minh City or Hanoi. There are approximately 10 daily direct flights from Ho Chi Minh City and 3-4 daily direct flights from Hanoi. VietJet Air, Bamboo, and Vietnam Airlines are among the airlines that fly this route.

Quy Nhon's attractions

  • Eo Gio – the Windy Pass: Eo Gio is bordered by a range of mountains that meet the sea and stretch out into the water, around 20 kilometers from Quy Nhon. That is why it has such a lovely name. When you travel here, you will have a lovely time admiring the rocky ridges, the cliffs of various shapes enveloping the ocean, observing the blue water, and listening to the sea's song.
  • Ky Co Island: Ky Co is a Quy Nhon beach that is undeveloped and less popular with tourists, and it is likewise located in the Nhon Ly region. It is bordered on one side by the ocean and on the other by a beautiful mountain. Local tourists affectionately refer to this distant, secluded location as "the Maldives of Vietnam," as it boasts a beautiful beach and crystal-clear seas that are great for swimming and scuba diving. This spectacular island will take you a whole day to explore.
  • Binh Dinh Museum: The right gallery is dedicated to the local Communist Party's struggles during the Vietnam War. The French Colonial period is represented in the center gallery, while Cham sculptures are displayed in the left gallery.
  • Thap Doi Cham Towers: Because of the number of towers and its location, it is unusual. The majority of Cham towers are found in odd-numbered groups on hilltops, however this one has only two towers and is placed in town. The relief on the sculptures would impress anyone, especially because they are still in fantastic condition after all these years.
  • Long Khanh Pagoda: This attraction is noteworthy for its 17-meter high Buddha, which was built in the 18th century.
  • Queen's Beach and the Quy Hoa Leper Colony: The former was given the name after the wife of Vietnam's last king, while the latter is a hospital encircled by gardens and former patients' homes.


  • Enjoying seafood: Quy Nhon, as a port city, has an abundance of seafood. Naturally, there are restaurants that serve the freshest catch from the sea. Live seafood like as crabs and shrimp are kept in tanks and tubs in the basement dining room of the 2000 Restaurant, which is most renowned for its superb seafood hotpots. Another popular seafood restaurant among residents is Dong, which serves fresh scallops.
  • Swimming: For visitors to Quy Nhon, swimming is the next best thing, and everyone is expected to go swimming at least once. After all, the city is bordered on three sides by beautiful beaches. Both residents and expats frequent the beaches of Queen's Beach and Quy Hoa Beach.
  • Shopping: Quy Nhon's shopping selections are limited, but those determined to pick up a souvenir or two will not be disappointed. The Nguyen Nga Centre has a must-see shop for tourists. The NNC is a humanitarian organization that supports children with exceptional needs, and the youngsters acquire a variety of skills at this facility, including sewing and embroidery. 
  • Nightlife: In Quy Nhon, there isn't much in the way of nightlife. There are no nightclubs or dance halls in the area. Tourists who prefer beer and other alcoholic beverages, on the other hand, will appreciate their stay in the city when the sun sets. The rooftop bar Seaview Cafe is located on the eighth story of the Saigon Quynhon Hotel. For those looking for a nightcap, the Imperial Restaurant at the same hotel boasts a good range of wine. A bar and pub are also available at the HAGL Resort Quy Nhon. 

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If you are looking for a hidden spot to get to know the real Vietnam and explore some beautiful countryside and pristine beaches, Quy Nhon needs a place on your itinerary because of its own charms and undiscovered sights.

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