Mr. Nguyen Thanh Tuan just had a camping trip in Mui Ke Ga (Phan Thiet). This is a famous place, attracting tourists when coming to Binh Thuan.
Mr. Nguyen Thanh Tuan (HCMC) is a travel blogger loved for his rustic, rustic style. Recently, an 8X boy who loves traveling and exploring went on a camping trip to watch the stars next to the tallest and oldest lighthouse in Vietnam.
Mui Ke Ga is a small island located 500m from the mainland and 20km from Phan Thiet city center. The lighthouse on the island is the oldest lighthouse in Vietnam, built in 1900 by the French and all construction materials were transferred from France.
Ke Ga Lighthouse has been confirmed by the Vietnam Record Book Center as the highest lighthouse in the country (65m) with 184 spiral stairs and a light range of 22 nautical miles. At this height, from far away, passing ships could see the signal emanating from the top of the lighthouse.
The grandeur of Ke Ga lighthouse always attracts photographers as well as tourists who love to explore.
“I feel that Ke Ga Cape is very safe, with majestic sea views and cliffs, and the light keepers are always happy and enthusiastic to support visitors,” Mr. Tuan shared.
“Moving to the lighthouse is very easy. It takes about 10 minutes for visitors to get there by canoe. When the tide recedes, you can walk on the natural path under the sea,” Mr. Tuan added.
Compared to other lighthouses, Ke Ga lighthouse has a typical European architecture, classic style and colors in harmony with the surrounding landscape, similar to the color of the giant rocks located on the island. Lighthouse made of marble.
According to Mr. Tuan, besides the quiet space and cool air, tourists coming here should experience camping overnight to watch the stars, moonlight or wait for the wonderful moment of sunrise.
However, tourists should pay attention to weather forecasts and avoid days of rough seas and heavy rain. When choosing a tent, you need to pay attention to choosing a waterproof tent, sturdy tent frame, and easy to fold for transport