Quy Nhon (Viet Nam) ranks third among top 9 places to get off tourist trail in Southeast Asia
Update: Nov 03, 2015
(TITC) – Recently, the coastal city of Quy Nhon (Binh Dinh Province) which is famous for seafood and stunning views has been ranked third among 9 places to get off tourist trail in Southeast Asia by the UK travel magazine of Rough Guides.

Located in the southeast of Binh Dinh Province, Quy Nhon City endowed with scenery of mountain, plain and sea offers visitors plenty of fascinating landscapes such as Eo Gio, Ghenh Rang (Rang Rapids), Hoang Hau Beach (Queen Beach), Yen Island (Salangane Island), Phuong Mai Peninsula, Thi Nai Lagoon… Due to tropical monsoon climate, Quy Nhon also has lush forest ecosystem largely located in Cu Mong Pass.

Along with charming natural scenery, Quy Nhon attracts visitors with cultural and historical relics such as Twin Tower, Long Khanh Pagoda, Long Son Pagoda, Quy Nhon Cathedral…

To Quy Nhon, visitors also have the opportunity to taste many specialities like “banh it la gai” (sticky rice cake with coconut or green bean stuffing wrapped in pinnate leaf), chicken…, especially seafood dishes as “bun cha ca sua” (rice vermicelli soup with fish paste and jellyfish), Huynh De crab, fish, snail… Restaurants of Cay Dua, Hai Sy (Nguyen Hue Street), Chin Man, Vuon Pho (Xuan Dieu Street) are among ideal places for visitors to enjoy seafood dishes of Quy Nhon City.

In addition to enjoying seafood and stunning views in Quy Nhon, the top 9 places to get off tourist trail in Southeast Asia includes trekking in Umphang (Thailand), seeing dolphins in colonial Kratie (Cambodia), visiting spell-binding Khmer ruins in Champasak (Laos), shopping in Hsipaw (Myanmar), exploring Camiguin Island (Philippines), seeing monkeys in Tanjung Putting National Park (Indonesia), exploring the ocean in Perhentian Besar (Malaysia), relaxing on Ko Adang (Thailand).

Hong Nhung