Top 5 lesser-known destinations along the central coast

VietNamNet Bridge – Travellers who want to enjoy idyllic country scenes in Vietnam are recommended five spots along the central coast.


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Vung Ro Bay in Phu Yen Province. VNS File Photo


Hang Rai in Ninh Thuan Province:

Hang Rai, a perfect complex of rock formations and fossilised coral reefs lying by the sea, is touted as a one-of-a-kind wonder.

It is in Vinh Hy Bay, one of the most beautiful bays in the country and only about 40km from the coastal City of Phan Rang in Ninh Thuan Province.

Pu Luong in Thanh Hoa:

Located 25km from Cuc Phuong National Park, Pu Luong Nature Reserve attracted visitors with its pristine and tranquil ambience.

Green Island in Binh Dinh:

Situated 24km from the coast of Quy Nhon Town in Binh Dinh Province, Green Island is home to around 3,000 residents who make a living mainly by fishing.

Vung Ro in Phu Yen:

A historical wartime site in central Vietnam, Vung Ro has come a long way since, morphing into a beautiful travel destination. Situated 33 km south of Tuy Hoa, the capital of Phu Yen Province, Vung Ro has been a trendy destination among Vietnamese after featuring in the award-winning Vietnamese movie Yellow Flowers on the Green Grass directed by Victor Vu.

Mooc Stream in Quang Binh:

Only 20 minutes from the world-famous Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park by car, Mooc Stream leaves a strong impression on tourists with its breathtaking natural landscapes, rich bio-diversity and fun sporting activities.

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