About Binh Dinh
Known for its 5km long white sand beach shaped as the crescent moon and many complex relics of the ethnic Champa culture, Binh Dinh Province is home to the port city of Quy Nhon. The destination is also blessed with golden Phuong Mai sand dunes, Ghenh Rang Tien Sa stone clusters, and Hon Kho Island.
The best time to visit Binh Dinh is from February to August when it is not too hot, there’s mild sunlight and less rain. The monsoon season begins to kick-in in September and lasts through late December with plenty of big rainstorms.
You can easily take a flight, a train, a public transit, or a motorbike to Binh Dinh. It takes 1 to 1.5 hours to fly from Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City to Phu Cat Airport, or approximately 12 hours by other means.
Things to do in Binh Dinh
1. Get up to the poetic sunrise in a fishing village
2. Discover the history of Champa people
3. Experience diverse local cuisine
4. Give a try on flyboards
5. Snorkel around off-the-beaten track islands
6. Get stunned by the sunset in Eo Gio
7. Take a dip in the pristine water of Ky Co Beach
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The mountain is like a giant dragon reaching out to the sea in Binh Dinh
Located about 20 km east of Phu My town, Binh Dinh, Cape Vi Rong, also known as: Dragon Cape, is a mountain shaped like a giant dragon carved and sculpted by nature.