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The green moss in Rớ Hamlet creates spectacular scenery

Lying on the south central coast of Việt Nam, Phú Yên Province is a peaceful and romantic environment that has attracted many visitors.
The green moss beach attracts many tourists to Phú Yên Province. VNA/VNS Photo Xuân Triệu

As well as popular places such as Ghềnh Đá Đĩa with overlapped rocky plates, Ô Loan Lagoon and Vũng Rô Bay offer deep blue water and romantic views. 

An embankment area full of green moss in Rớ Hamlet, Phú Đông Ward, Tuy Hòa City has recently become another attractive destination for tourists.

Tourists take photos on the green moss beach. — VNA/VNS Photo Xuân Triệu

The concrete blocks and stone slabs on the embankment against coastal erosion which are covered with green moss create beautiful scenery.

Visitors are recommended to arrive at the destination in early morning to be able to contemplate the charming and poetic scene. VNA/VNS Photo Xuân Triệu

Visitors are recommended to arrive at the destination from around 5 or 6am to be able to enjoy the charming and poetic scenery. At the crack of dawn, the water recedes, revealing layers of green moss shining under the first sunlight of the day.

Green moss makes concrete blocks look  a little different. — VNA/VNS Photo Xuân Triệu

The most beautiful time to visit Rớ Hamlet is from January to the end of April. This is when the moss carpets wake up to life after long summer and winter days.

As the hamlet is a famous tourist attraction in Phú Yên, the way to it is quite safe and easy to find. Tourists could either take a taxi or drive a motorbike themselves, following of Google Maps or asking hospitable locals along the way for directions.

The green moss in Rớ Hamlet has made it a must-visit destination in Phú Yên Province. -— VNA/VNS Photo Xuân Triệu

Tourists need to take caution stepping on the slippery and wet moss. They should not pick or trample on moss to preserve the inherent intact beauty of Rớ Hamlet. -VNS


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