About Quy Nhon

The port city Quy Nhon is known for its 5km long white sand beach shaped as the crescent moon and many complex relics of the ethnic Champa culture. The destination is also blessed with golden Phuong Mai sand dunes, Ghenh Rang - Tien Sa stone clusters, and Hon Kho Islet.

Best Time To Visit Quy Nhon

The best time to visit Quy Nhon is from March to August when it is not too hot, there’s mild sunlight and less rain.

Dry Season
(Feb - Apr)

Mild sunshine

Cool and pleasant

Gentle waves lapping the shore

Spring drizzle

Chilly at night

Dry Season
(May - Aug)

Hot and dry

Splendid seaweed season on Hon Kho

Gentle waves lapping the shore

Diving to see astounding coral reefs

The most beautiful time of the year

Rainy Season
(Sep - Oct)

Sometimes it rains

It's mildly sunny

Nice and pleasant

Rough sea

Kate Festival of Cham people

Rainy Season
(Nov - Jan)

Weather changes suddenly

Rough sea

It's chilly at night

Not suitable for water activities


You can easily take a flight, a train, a shuttle, or a motorbike to Quy Nhon. It takes 1 to 1.5 hours to fly from Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City to Phu Cat Airport.

Explore Quy Nhon

Three clusters of Cham towers you must visit in Binh Dinh

Quy Nhon Twin Towers Quy Nhon city center has the famous Twin Towers and attracts many tourists to visit. There are many different names given to this tower, belonging to the land of Hung Thanh, the tower is also called Hung Thanh tower by the people here. Built in the XII century, when the country was still in the resistance period, France gave the tower a name Tour Khmer. Around the corners of the tower are decorated with exquisite and eye-catching patterns with the image of the god Garuda, the sitting figure has 6 or 8 stone arms according to Cham religious beliefs. Combined with that is the elephant's head is the body of a skillfully carved lion, eye-catching. Over the years, the tower has been destroyed by wars and bombs. If you notice, both towers lost their spires, and after being remodeled, today the tower is considered an interesting place to visit Quy Nhon. Address: Tran Hung Dao Street, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province. Little Cake Tower Banh Little Tower is one of a cluster of four towers located on a hillside built in the late 11th century. The tower architecture represents the transition period from My Son A1 style to Binh Dinh style. Although the building has been repeatedly looted and nothing precious remains, we still learn about the aesthetics and beliefs of the ancient Cham people through the statues of Lord Shiva on top of each tower, the floral motifs on the red bricks, and the uniquely carved columns in the main tower. The building may have once been an important religious site of the Cham Pa state, and today is still the site of many local Buddhist ceremonies. From the top of the largest tower towards the horizon, one can see the serene countryside in the distance. That scene still brings the familiar beauty of Vietnamese village life. But the tour made us think: hundreds of years ago, farmers working in the shade of these buildings spoke their own language, worshipped their own gods, were people of another independent country. Address: Phuoc Hiep, Tuy Phuoc, Binh Dinh Duong Long Tower Built in the late 12th and early 13th centuries, about 40km from the inner city of Quy Nhon, the three towers all face the East, the largest tower has a height of 24m. The stones have been more or less damaged, so visitors are not allowed to approach arbitrarily. However, thanks to previous researches, we know that in the tower are placed various kinds of reliefs of trees and flowers, animals and people. Based on the age and architectural style, it can be guessed that the building was built according to the influence of neighboring Khmer culture. At the top of the three towers is a statue of a lotus flower blooming in the sun. Although it can be seen from the ground, it is really necessary to use a drone to take photos from above to fully admire the beauty of the building.  Address: Tay Son, Binh Dinh   Photo by: Alberto Prieto According to saigoneer

City & Culture 29/03/2024

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