BINH DINH – Quy Nhon is not only sea and island, that’s what blogger Lo Huu Duc Anh wants to convey.
Travel blogger Lo Huu Duc Anh , famous for his experiences in Korea , has only been back in Vietnam for 4 months. He identifies himself as a blank sheet of paper, has not had much experience in Vietnam, and begins his journey to discover the S-shaped strip of land in his own way.
Duc Anh came to Quy Nhon for two weeks in mid-July. As a person who likes to explore unpopular destinations, he explores the city of Nau according to the criteria of “old place, new perspective”. In his eyes, Quy Nhon has not only sand and sea, but also peaceful corners, and very beautiful photos. In the photo, Duc Anh was taken at the shore of Tan Thang Lake.
Before discovering Quy Nhon, Duc Anh used to think that this was just a transit point, or a point to combine with other places because there was little to explore. The charm came to him when he saw the photos of an account named Benz, who had new perspectives on Quy Nhon after about 4 months of being stuck because of the epidemic.
“When I look at these photos, I remember my time in Korea,” he shared. In the photo, Duc Anh was taken on the way to Cat Tien wind power.
Duc Anh said, Quy Nhon has many beautiful scenes along the way, although many people pass by but do not notice. For example, the corrugated iron house on the way to Nhon Ly shows a peaceful image, like the scene of the Nordic region.
The road was beautiful, but he was more surprised when he reached Nhon Ly, stood on the cliff and felt the geological beauty of this area. Duc Anh commented that the scenery in Quy Nhon destinations is quite wild, has not been invested much and is not known by many visitors.
“Most of the guests come from the North, and foreign tourists, if they are self-sufficient, know Quy Nhon as a rest stop when moving between Nha Trang and Da Nang,” he said.
The guy advises tourists to go “slower”, to find the hidden beauty of Quy Nhon. The sunlight through the pillars at the foot of the Thi Nai bridge has a cinematic color.
Duc Anh spends a lot of time on himself. He feels relaxed while sitting on the mudflats at Tan Thang Lake. He noted, that there are points that are only revealed when the tide is low, you should find out in advance to see if it is appropriate to go in the morning or afternoon.
However, the heat is a limitation when exploring Quy Nhon . It’s been sunny since more than 6 o’clock. The heat immediately surrounds when stepping outside, but in return there are sea breezes that soothe.
Instead of going to crowded beaches, Duc Anh spent many hours in museums in Quy Nhon, admiring each stone carved with Cham motifs or the masks used in Boi singing…
“I used to like the feeling of driving through Vietnam, how to get to the most points on that trip, now, I like the feeling of slowly exploring each place, not passing through like a wind. childhood,” Duc Anh said. In the photo, is a peaceful scene at Village Song Minor Seminary.
Photo: Lu Huu Duc Anh
Keyword: Strange corners of Quy Nhon