Where to go in Quy Nhon tourism, what to play at night? – The street to the temple and you have dressed up but do not know where to go, you can go to the food street, coffee street, night market, and beachfront bar area… these are the busiest nightlife addresses in Quy Nhon.
Ngoc Han Princess Seafood Street
It can be said that Ngoc Han Cong Chua seafood street is the street with the most delicious seafood restaurants in the city. With familiar cooking methods such as steamed lemongrass, onion fat, fried tamarind, fried coconut, grilled garlic but seasoned with Central style, the shops here sell dozens of types of woolen snails, incense snails, canna snails, breast snails, moon snail, fat snail, snail, … for you to choose freely. Most of the shops here are usually open from 4pm to 10pm. You can visit and enjoy at snail shops named Khanh, Bong, Quynh, Hao, Hao Hao. Each part costs about 25,000 – 50,000 VND.
In addition to snail dishes, Ngoc Han Cong Chua street also sells Banh chung, fish vermicelli, Tay Son rolls, shell pancakes, shrimp rolls, grilled rice paper, broken rice and a variety of smoothies, juices, and ice cream desserts. delicious and attractive.
Quy Nhon Food Street
About 800m from the “snail street” – Ngoc Han Cong Chua seafood street is Ngo Van So food street, open from 5 pm to nearly midnight. This street has a lot of local delicacies at very affordable prices that are sold all over the street. Here, you can enjoy tré, jumping shrimp pancakes, Banh khot, Banh chung, seafood, grilled spring rolls, spring rolls … with an average price of 10,000 – 50,000 VND / dish. And don’t forget to buy ready-made products such as dried fish, rimmed crabs, sweet squid, … as gifts.
Quy Nhon Night Market
Photo: Khanh Tran
At 19-22 pm every night, Quy Nhon night market on Le Duan street sells a variety of costumes, accessories, toys, and souvenirs suitable for beach tourists such as clothes. bathing, sun protection, shoes, hats, waterproof bags, … Moreover, Quy Nhon night market also has a row of food stalls selling snacks such as skewers, grilled seafood, grilled rice paper, and smoothies. , juice, fruit jam, ice cream, … are also very delicious.
Le Duc Tho culture and art street
Photo: Khanh Tran
If you like to see art performances, then Le Duc Tho street is the ideal place for you. Every 2 weeks, on Friday and Saturday evenings, this 500m-long street will become a pedestrian city. Coming here on the right occasion, you will enjoy an art show from traditional to modern, featuring Binh Dinh Tuong repertoire (also known as singing boi or singing), Choi singing, Cham dance or music vibrant modern, magic,… The show usually lasts from 20h to 22h.
In addition to performing arts, you can also participate in folk games such as jumping rope, walking on stilts, tug of war and snacking at street food stalls.
Doc Bao Coffee Street
Doc Bao Street in the city center is about 500m long, with nearly 20 cafes of various styles. There are many shops here that are meticulously decorated, creating a beautiful photography space such as Marina Royal, Light House, Hong Kong Night Street… Most drinks cost less than 50,000 VND per glass. Coffee is about 25,000 VND.