3 Days Discovering Binh Dinh, the Land of Martial Arts

Day 2: Bau Da Wine Village – Tay Son Museum – Ha Ri Brocade Weaving Village

7am: After breakfast, travelers can come to Cu Lam village, Nhon Loc Commune, An Nhon district to visit Bau Da wine village, then to the noodles village of An Thai.

The noodle- making factories are located along the road, so it is very convenient for travelers to visit. Continue the trip, you go to Tay Son museum to see the sight, take photographs, watch the performances reproduced very monumentally.

11:30am: It is time to visit Ham Ho tourist area with vast green rice paddies. Here, visitors can swim in the stream, go sailing, have lunch with specialty of bird or other local dishes. At noon, sitting on the floor, you can totally enjoy the comfort and joy when you can chat with friends, listen to birds singing happily.

Ham Ho Ecotourism Zone is located in Tay Phu commune, Tay Son District, 50km from the city of Qui Nhon to the northwest, 5km from the Quang Trung Museum. This is an ideal sight where is not to be missed by travelers to Binh Dinh, the region of sacred land and intelligent people.

In the untouched green forests at the foot of Truong Son range, Ham Ho is a beautiful natural scenic spots, a miracle of nature with Troi Lap river, Chuong (Bell)  Isle, Bong isle, chessboard, the Giant Footprint and a diverse forest ecosystems .

Going to Ham Ho Tourist Area, tourists have opportunities to return to the splendor nature, to get immersed in the world of Elysium and get rid of all the worrries of modern life.

2pm: After lunch, tourists ask the way to Ha Ri Brocade weaving village, where has been preserved for 100 years by Bana ethnic group in Vinh Thanh district. From here, going along the old road, you can reach Binh Dinh hydropower, a very majestic project in Binh Dinh province.

4pm: Return to Quy Nhon. In the evening, you can go to the central square to enjoy coffee, walk around with friends, see the streets, or enjoy seafood specialties, fried spring rolls, chicken rice …

Day 3: Quy Hoa Leprosy village – Ghenh Rang – Thap Doi (Twin Tower) – the culinary road

7 am: Visitors can swim in  Quy Nhon beach or walk along the beach. After that, let’s have breakfast with friends or family.

9am: After breakfast, you should  go to visit Ghenh Rang resort. Here, visitors will visit the grave of Han Mac Tu … and take pictures in Trung beach where the former Empress Nam Phuong visited.

Ghenh Rang whose area is nearly 35 ha is a complex of stone of Xuan Van mountain range. At the foot of the rapid, there is a white stretching sand, clear blue sea, beautiful charming scenery with cool climate. From Ghenh Rang, visitors can see almost fully the vivid beauty of the coastal city of Quy Nhon.

From here, continuing riding on a narrow road, visitors will reach Quy Hoa Leprosy village, where the famous poet Han Mac Tu left his last breath. After going round the village, visitors can go to the nearby beach to sit in the casuarina watching the sea and daydreaming in the blue of waves and clouds in a very quiet atmosphere.

11:30am: It is time to return to Quy Nhon for lunch, then go to the monument of  Twin Towers in the city center. The towers are very beautiful, magnificent and bears the mark of the time. Couples of come here to take wedding photographs.

3pm: Visitors can go to Ngoc Han Cong Chua (Princess Ngoc Han) Street to enjoy seafood, noodles, spring rolls or snails for $ 5,000 to 10,000 VND/ dish  or noodles soup cake. This is an familiar address where the price is affordable for students but is gradually chosen by travelers.

Then, tourists return to the hotel to prepare the luggage, go to the bus station, train station and finish an exciting journey.

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  1. […] only Ghenh Rang attracts tourists with the landscape given by the nature, it also captivates people coming to the land where the talented but poor fate poet Han Mac Tu […]

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