Dai Lanh Cape and Vung Ro Bay best ravishing hideaways in Phu Yen
hanguyen0409 17-08-2020, 00:53
Photo: Duy Linh/ via Nhan Dan

Located in Phuoc Tan Village, Hoa Tam Commune, about 40 km to the south of Tuy Hoa City, Dai Lanh Cape with unspoiled beauty has become a tourist attraction for avid travelers.

Photo: Duy Linh/ via Nhan Dan

Dai Lanh Cape, also known as Dien Cape is one of the spots welcoming the first rays of sunlight in Vietnam, according to Nhan Dan Newspaper.

Photo: Duy Linh/ via Nhan Dan

The blend of blue sky and crystal-clear beaches creates exquisitely peaceful beauty.

Bai Mon Photo: Duy Linh/ via Nhan Dan

Bai Mon is bestowed with white sand dunes and emerald seawater making it a top vacation destination.

Dai Lanh Lighthouse Bai Mon Photo: Duy Linh/ via Nhan Dan

Dai Lanh Lighthouse was built in 1890 and sits an altitude of 110m above sea level.

The lighthouse can be visible from a distance of 27 nautical miles. Photo: Duy Linh/ via Nhan Dan
A vast blue sea as seen from the top of the lighthouse. Photo: Duy Linh/ via Nhan Dan
Vung Ro Bay Photo: Duy Linh/ via Nhan Dan

Located at the edge of Ca Pass, Vung Ro Bay is the natural boundary on the sea between the provinces of Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa.

Photo: Duy Linh/ via Nhan Dan

Vung Ro Bay was surrounded by high mountains namely Deo Ca, Da Bia, and Hon Ba.

Photo: Duy Linh/ via Nhan Dan
Photo: Duy Linh/ via Nhan Dan

The bay is rich in a wide variety of seafood and coral reefs. Going fishing and scuba diving are favorite experiences of tourists when coming here.

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