The central province of Binh Thuan has been well known for its fabour tourism destinations, such as Mui Ne, Hon rom, Bau Trang…
Recently, more pristine tourism sites have been discovered in Bac Binh district. These new tourism products promise to be attractive destinations for visitors and explorers.
Mui Yen (Yen Cape), in Hoa Thang commune, Bac Binh district, the central province of Binh Thuan is a pristine tourism destination which has been recently discovered. Visitors have to go a long way, through, slopes, sandbars and reefs, to reach Yen Cape. The site features vast sand hills dotted with small brushes. Yen Cape is about 30 metres high, overhang the sea. Here, visitors can have a panoramic view of the blue sea.
The site is impressive with three or four ledges overhung the sea. At the foot of Yen Cape mountain, visitors can have a splendid view of the sea, with high waves and cliffs and the sunrise.
Besides Yen Cape, Suoi Dua (Pineapple Spring) has just been known as a new destination in Bac Binh district. The spring is pristine and unique as it locates right in the dried land, with sand desert on the two sides.
Visitors start to flock to the new destinations. Binh Thuan province hopes to make these pristine and attractive destinations new tourism products./.VNA
Visitors to the Suoi Da Lake area in Ham Thuan Bac District, Binh Thuan central province will be stunned by the image of hundreds of buffalos raised by the Cham ethnic people here.