Eo Gio
Eo Gio possesses bow shaped mountains with many strange shapes. The impact of wind and ocean waves has created 19 bird nest cave, turning Phuong Mai peninsula into the second most bird nest in Vietnam, after Nha Trang. Eo Gio is 20 km northeast of Quy Nhon city center
Ky Co
Ky Co is located in Nhon Ly commune, about 25 km northeast of Quy Nhon city center. There are three sides to the mountain, one to the sea with clear water, constantly changing from time to time. Ky Co is still untouched with white sand beaches bent. Package price takes visitors from the mainland to Ky Co swimming, playing from 250,000 VND per person.
Hoang Hau Beach
Hoang Hau Beach, also known as the egg stone beach, is popular with many tourists because it has round, big and smooth stones like eggs. This is also one of the most beautiful sunrise views in Quy Nhon with the tranquil, magnificent and poetic scenery
Cu Lao Xanh
Cu Lao Xanh is considered a "precious gem" and is a must-visit place when visiting Quy Nhon. The island is larger than 360 hectares, about 24 km from the city center. From the lighthouse more than 100 years old, visitors can enjoy panoramic blue beach stretching to the horizon

Ghenh Da Dia

Ganh Da Dia, located in An Ninh Dong commune, Tuy An district, Phu Yen province. It has an area of up to 2km², which is a combination of undulating rocks of nature, they tilted diagonally diagonally closely together, half located at the top, the other half submerged under the water. If viewed from above, this complex looks like a giant honeycomb, surrounded by a crescent-shaped sand beach, in front of a clean, beautiful sea, and this is why the area The area is considered as one of the places that attract tourists' footsteps when coming to Phu Yen.

Twin Towers of Binh Dinh

Twin Towers or also known as Hung Thanh Tower (J’rai in Sri Banoi) is two towers with a unique architecture of ancient Cham culture. When traveling Twin Towers, you will visit the two North towers (20m high) and the South Tower (18m high) located parallel to each other like two majestic town guards.