24 hours in Quy Nhon

BINH DINH – Ghenh Rang mountain church, Quy Hoa beach, Da Egg beach… are places not everyone knows when traveling to Quy Nhon.

Quy Nhon city is one of the most vibrant summer destinations in Vietnam with unspoiled nature, harmonious scenery, and a cool blue sea. If you like adventure or motorbike trips, you can refer to the schedule to visit the familiar but strange tourist attractions in the city below.

Quy Nhon beach is blue in summer.  Photo: Nguyen Tri
Quy Nhon beach is blue in summer. Photo: Huynh Nhi

Sightseeing suggestions

If you arrive in Quy Nhon early before check-in time, you can take a walk along the coast along An Duong Vuong – Xuan Dieu streets and take pictures of Hai Minh fishing village, and the majestic statue of Tran Hung Dao on the other side; Visit Quy Nhon Square, Nguyen Sinh Sac – Nguyen Tat Thanh monument. After that, you return to the hotel to check in, and move south to Ghenh Rang – Tien Sa tourist area , 2 km from the city center.

The resort has a green space and is located along the coast, the most famous destination is Hoang Hau beach , also known as Da Egg beach. Legend has it that in the past, Queen Nam Phuong chose this place as her own private beach. The beach makes visitors excited because there are countless smooth stones like giant bird eggs.

On the way to Hoang Hau beach, you will pass the tomb of poet Han Mac Tu and the church of Ghenh Rang mountain , a religious building with stone architecture from corridors, statues, tables and chairs, and potted plants, walkways… The church campus is planted with many trees with shade, a cool and quiet space. In addition, Hon Chong is also an attraction for adventurers when coming to the Ghenh Rang – Tien Sa tourist area.

The campus of Ghenh Rang mountain church, a little-known destination in Quy Nhon.
The campus of Ghenh Rang mountain church, a little-known destination in Quy Nhon. Photo: Huynh Nhi

12:30, tourists leave the tourist area move along Mong Cam winding road to National Highway 1D, find a chicken shop just to enjoy lunch and rest.

14h, visitors move to Quy Nhon Science Space Complex . Note, the center has operating hours for retail customers and groups. Retail visitors visit on Tuesdays (from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.), free entry, no pre-registration required. For group guests, the same time frame is from Wednesday to Sunday and need to register in advance.

This is a destination for science lovers, you can experience, visit the Solar System, Explore Mars, Play and Learn about rooms and Why is it room (except for the high voltage area). When entering, the main lobby, you will be provided with a guide to the rooms and how to experience and actively visit here. The center also has a time frame for science shows and film screenings, which visitors should not miss.

Explore science in Quy Nhon
Quy Nhon Science Space Complex attracts tourists. Video: Spirituality

16h, visitors move to Quy Hoa beach nearby to bathe or cool off. This is where the poet Han Mac Tu used to live the last days of his life. Quy Hoa beach has fine, clear sand and a long coastline. From the sea, visitors can zoom in on Quy Nhon city and Phuong Mai peninsula in the distance. Visitors can wander along Nhan Ai Park, explore the garden of statues of famous Vietnamese and international medical celebrities, Quy Hoa Church with classical architecture from the French period, Han Mac Tu memorial house, and Our Lady’s Mountain. ..

17h30, visitors return to the city center, prepare dinner and discover night cuisine.

19:00 is the time when restaurants and streets in Quy Nhon are at their busiest. Quy Nhon night food street is the destination to enjoy Binh Dinh specialties. The street sells all kinds of dishes from seafood to vermicelli, grilled pork rolls, mixed tre, all kinds of pancakes, tai cauldron cakes, little bare cakes, sweet tea, juices… at affordable prices. In addition, Ngoc Han Cong Chua snail street is also a snail paradise in this coastal city. The prominent snail shops are Oc Bong, Quynh, Hao or Tu Ù cake soup, Co Tuyet fish noodle… Each plate is only 15,000 – 50,000 VND. Seafood along Xuan Dieu Street is also the address for you.

If you want to buy beach clothes, sunscreen, souvenirs, you can visit Quy Nhon night market on Le Duan street, next to Lao Dong Cultural House. After eating and walking around the night streets, visitors can take a walk on the beach or go to Quy Nhon square or Quang Trung park to rest, drink juice, snack, or visit a beach bar before returning to guests. rest hotel.

Food suggestions

For breakfast, visitors can eat vermicelli , shrimp vermicelli, fish vermicelli, which are specialties that should be tried when coming to Binh Dinh. In addition, grilled pork vermicelli is also a dish with different flavors, including thinly sliced ​​grilled meat, fish cakes, spring rolls with shredded papaya, cucumber, salad… The highlight of the dish is the sauce made from Pureed peanut sauce, delicious fish sauce, add lemon sugar, chili just enough to create a harmonious mixture of fatty, sour, spicy, salty and sweet.

Lunch, you will enjoy the famous chicken dish only on National Highway 1D connecting Binh Dinh and Phu Yen, this road has about 20 shops. Two suggestions are the Huu Lai restaurant or the Four Seasons Chicken restaurant, serving free-range chicken with chewy, fragrant meat, not friable, processed into many delicious dishes such as steamed onions, fried with fish sauce, shuffled bamboo shoots… Each chicken has its own flavor. price 350,000 VND. If you eat half a child, you can choose to steam onions or chicken hearts to cook green bean porridge, priced at 160,000 VND.

In the afternoon, you should go to Co Xi snail shop or Ngoc Han Cong Chua snail street to eat shrimp paste and snails and seafood as you like. A snack not to be missed is grilled fish rolls with laksa leaves. Thinly sliced ​​fish cake, chewy, rich in flavor, rolled with laksa leaves in the middle and dipped in sweet and spicy chili sauce. Each piece of 8 pieces costs 10,000 VND.

Fried fish rolls with laksa leaves, a snack that thousands of people love in Quy Nhon.  Photo: Huynh Nhi
Fried fish rolls with laksa leaves, a snack that thousands of people love in Quy Nhon. Photo: Huynh Nhi

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