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The stunning photos were taken at An Hai beach in the central province of Phu Yen by Khanh Phan - a photographer in Ho Chi Minh City.
Located in Dong Hoa District, Phu Yen Province, Da Bia Mountain is one of the highest mountains of the Ca Pass and it takes about two hours of climbing to reach the top.
However scary they may appear, a dish of oceanic tuna eyes (also known as “flashlights of the ocean”) is one of the central province of Phu Yen’s distinctive delicacies.
Many people are rushing to see a sea dyke covered by green moss in the southern central province of Phu Yen.
With nearly some 125 miles of coastline, the South Central province of Phu Yen is home to pristine beaches and breathtaking landscapes.
Aside from beautiful beaches, Phu Yen Province also boasts tourist spots that may offer travelers interesting cultural values.
On the bank of a small river lined with coconut trees and bamboo clusters in the coastal province of Phu Yen, My Quang Nam Fishing Village may offer days of peace and seclusion
Stretching along the southern central coast, Phu Yen province boasts huge potential for tourism development. Phu Yen’s many beautiful bays and pristine beaches are inviting tourists from far and wide.
Aside from being home to popular tourist attractions such as Da Dia reef and Bai Xep beach, Hon Yen island in Phu Yen has attracted large numbers of visitors thanks to its beautiful coral reefs on land and crystal-clear blue water.
Following the success of I See Yellow Flowers on the Green Grass film, Phu Yen, where most scenes of the film were shot, has become a magnetic destination for visitors to Vietnam.