The land of “yellow flowers and green grass” is a land endowed with many beautiful natural landscapes. Although not as splendid, flashy, and extravagant as many other places, it is the rustic and idyllic scenery that makes Phu Yen tourism a priority choice of many tourists near and far. far. Take a look at Vietnam Booking’s share about the hottest Phu Yen tourist destinations that are being hunted by travel enthusiasts.
Ganh Da Dia is a famous place in Phu Yen unique and rare that you must definitely visit. The cliffs here are made up of hot lava flows that erupted thousands of years ago, met with cold sea water that froze into prominent jet-black rocks.
These cylindrical black rocks have undergone many years of weathering to become as smooth as if they had been honed. From a distance, the cliff looks like a giant honeycomb lying close to the beach. This natural masterpiece has no human involvement. Coming to Ganh Da Dia, do not miss the opportunity to watch the sunrise over the sea to see the iridescent golden color of the mysterious black stones.
If you have come to visit Ganh Da Dia, you certainly cannot ignore a famous tourist destination in Phu Yen nearby, which is Ganh Den lighthouse. From the lighthouse, you can zoom out. From afar, you can see the vast and vast sea of Phu Yen. The peaceful wild scenery of the central fishing village appeared in the stunning afternoon sun.
Located in An Thach commune, Tuy An province, Mang Lang church was built in 1892 and is one of the oldest churches in the country. The church is a tourist destination in Phu Yen that attracts a lot of visitors.This used to be the teaching stop of Bishop Nhat Tu Son and also the place where the first national language book of our country remains. Visiting Mang Lang church, you not only learn about the long history of the church but also have the opportunity to take many impressive souvenir photos.
Located about 30km from Tuy Hoa near Mang Lang church, Tam Giang dam is one of the emerging Phu Yen attractions. Tam Giang is a very important irrigation company on the Cai river of Tuy An district, Phu Yen province. Thanks to the construction, the people of Phu Yen cannot withstand the flood in the continuous rainy and stormy season.
From afar, Tam Giang dam looks like a small waterfall with white foam. Coming here, you will feel the peaceful space of the central countryside and let go of all the fatigue and worries in life. Visiting Tam Giang dam, you can not only admire the charming scenery but also enjoy the famous specialty “Cai river eel”.
Ong Cop Bridge is considered the longest wooden bridge in Vietnam with a length of nearly 800m. Located in Tuy An district, Phu Yen province, the wooden bridge was built in 1998 to connect two villages in An Ninh Tay commune. With a simple and simple bridge, Ong Cop Bridge has the characteristics of Phu Yen village and is also a place to take virtual photos that are hunted by young people.
This is a place to visit Phu Yen that has caused fever on social networks after the famous movie “I see yellow flowers on green grass” was premiered. O Loan Lagoon possesses a very simple and close beauty, but it is also very attractive to tourists from afar.