The wild beauty of the place “rich land, peaceful sky” made Tuan Cuong Chan fall in love and come here for the 4th time.
Phu Yen is one of the land that leaves the most nostalgia for travel blogger Tuan Cuong Chan. He returned to Phu Yen for the 4th time at the end of July, traveling along the province from Khanh Hoa border to Binh Dinh to capture the idyllic and wild beauty of this land from above.
“Phu Yen is a place to go and never get bored, every time I go, I still feel Wow! because it’s so beautiful. Phu Yen has many places to go, but the points are quite far from each other, I am the one who does not have to take achievements, so I fall in love. I have been to this place many times. The first time I went to this place was 8 years ago”, Tuan shared.
Every time he comes to Phu Yen, Tuan is “huddled” in the peace and lightness of the scenery and people. “Each sea area has its own beauty, but Phu Yen is quite wild and has many hidden beauty,” Tuan said. In the photo is Hon Nua, a place not many people know when coming to Phu Yen. The beach has clear water, very suitable for bathing.
Bai Mon is a pristine beach located under Dai Lanh lighthouse . Tuan advises tourists to follow the flight schedule to Phu Yen at noon, then in the afternoon drive towards the lighthouse, on the way there are many things to take pictures. After the experience at the lighthouse is over, it’s about afternoon, it’s just cool, you go down to Bai Mon to bathe. “These places are very hot in the morning or afternoon, and the experience will be better in the afternoon,” Tuan noted.
Tuan loves the coastal roads in Phu Yen. When riding a motorbike, he feels familiar, like going back to his hometown, not traveling. Winding roads, one side is the sea, one side is mountains, driving is very “already”. However, it is undeniable that the heat of this land is very harsh.”
Pictured is the sea route from Dai Lanh lighthouse to Tuy Hoa. “This is considered the most beautiful sea road in Vietnam,” Tuan said.
Vinh Hoa beach is Tuan’s favorite place on this return trip. This area is located in the direction of Cau River, quite far from Tuy Hoa city center, about 60 km. “In my opinion, this is the longest and most beautiful beach in Phu Yen, the homestays right by the sea are also very beautiful”, Tuan commented.
From an overhead angle, two different coastlines can be seen, one side is Bay Hoa, the other is the aquaculture sea. The water is divided into three colors, forming a beautiful scene.
The gentle, wide, golden sandy shore, the blue sea and no people make Bay Hoa a place not to be missed in any tourist’s trip to Phu Yen, but few people know about this place.
Bai Xep , a place emerging from the movie I saw yellow flowers on green grass was recorded by Tuan from a new perspective. From this angle, Tuan was fascinated when he saw the turquoise color of the sea water, which was brightly illuminated by the sun.
Nearby is a fishing village, fishermen’s boats are anchored very neatly, creating a beautiful scene. The sea water is clear, the bottom can be seen.
Ong Cop Bridge , famous for being the longest wooden bridge in Vietnam, it is still difficult to see the length of the bridge from above. “Riding a motorbike across this bridge is a memorable and enjoyable experience,” Tuan said. From the highway to this bridge is very close, visitors should take advantage of exploring.
Near Ong Cop bridge is Mang Lang church , which retains many ancient features. Surrounded by a peaceful village scene. In the church is stored the first book printed in the national language by Father Alexandre de Rhodes.
Phu Yen not only has the sea, but also has green rice fields. You can take the time to run into the village roads, watching Phu Yen in addition to jade green and sea water, there is also an idyllic green color.
Photo: Tuan Cuong Chan
Keyword: Phu Yen has seen from above