Khanh Hoa – Phu Yen road seen from above
Dai Lanh lighthouse, Xuan Dai bay, Hon Yen, Diep Son street appear vivid and majestic from the perspective of blogger Quy Coc Tu.
Travel blogger Quy Coc Tu (real name Ngo Tran Hai An) introduces a set of photos taken of landscapes on the way from Khanh Hoa to Phu Yen in a wandering to continue the personal photo project “Viewing Vietnam on the mountains”. heaven”. Most of the photos were taken with a drone to get wide-angle shots from above.
On the picture is the foot of Ro Tuong pass, 11 km from Ninh Hoa town, Khanh Hoa province, overlooking Hon Vung and the peaceful fishing village.
The road from Khanh Hoa to Phu Yen, visitors will definitely pass Diep Son island, a place that was once very famous for its waterway connecting 3 small islands that only appeared when the water receded. Diep Son Island is located in Van Phong Bay, Khanh Hoa province, the locals also call it Hon Bip island, even though it is located in the middle of the sea, visitors can still walk to it because of its unique “cross-sea” sand road.
The route to Dam Mon peninsula facing the easternmost point of Vietnam is Mui Doi in Van Thanh commune, Van Ninh district, Khanh Hoa province. Mui Doi, also known as Ba Dau Cape, is the place to welcome the earliest sunrise on the S-shaped strip of land. Conquering Mui Doi is one of the challenges that most travel lovers want to overcome.
Continuing the route to Phu Yen, blogger Quy Coc Tu stopped at Dai Lanh lighthouse. To get here, most people have to walk 1 km of trail up the mountain and climb another 100 wooden steps in the lighthouse tower. Standing from the top of the tower, you will be able to see around the vast sea on one side and mountains on the other.
View of Dai Lanh lighthouse from afar, Bai Mon below. Not only an attractive tourist destination, Bai Mon – Mui Dien is also a national scenic relic of Phu Yen province. The landscape of Bai Mon is harmonious between the sea and the mountains, the rare unspoiled sea with clear jade blue water and smooth, charming sand.
One of the other attractive tourist attractions of the land of “yellow flowers and green grass” Phu Yen is Hon Yen. The island is located more than 20 km from Tuy Hoa city, in Nhon Hoi village, Tuy An district. This place attracts both tourists and professional and amateur photographers because there are terrestrial coral reefs of all shapes and colors.
A familiar moment but when photographers come to Hon Yen, it is difficult to ignore is the wide nets of fishermen catching fish.
The wide-angle photo covers the fine white sand beach stretching along the mainland, Phu Luong street down to Truong beach, An Hai bridge.
On the right photo is National Highway 1, on the left is Ong Cop Bridge, the longest wooden bridge in Vietnam. The bridge crosses Binh Ba river, connecting the northern villages of An Ninh Tay commune, Tuy An district and Xuan Dai ward, Song Cau town. Mainly made of casuarina wood, eucalyptus and old bamboo trunks, Ong Cop wooden bridge is more than 800 m long, 2.3 m wide, only for pedestrians and motorbikes.
Another interesting destination that visitors can experience walking on the road in the middle of the sea is Nhat Tu Son, in Xuan Tho 1 commune, Song Cau town, about 50 km from the center of Tuy Hoa city. Visitors here can park their cars on the mainland to walk to the island on a 300-meter-long road below sea level. This unique route only appears when the tide is low, if the tide is high, you will see the immense sea around.
A corner of Xuan Dai Bay is located in Vung Lam when viewed from above through the camera angle of Devil Coc Tu. Xuan Dai is a large bay that is a national landscape monument and can be called the place where most fish cages are located in Vietnam. Coming here, visitors are free to explore island destinations such as beaches in Vung Dong, Vung Hello, Ganh Den lighthouses, Ganh Do or swim in Bai Om beach, go out to explore Ong Xa island… Follow vnexpress
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