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Phu Yen province encompasses a diverse landscape of mountains, rivers, lagoons and fertile plains with nearly 200 kilometres of shoreline along Vietnam's curving south-central coast. Lesser known than the beach resort town of Nha Trang, about 120 kilometres away to the south, Phu Yen is a place where visitors can still enjoy having a wide patch of golden sand to themselves.

Best time to visit

Because Phu Yen is beach-front, it has all the features of a tropical island one can ask or. So basically, you just need to avoid the storm season which takes place from September to November every year, then you are all good to go any time.
Its sunny season starts from January to mid-August. This time is also the period when most exciting local festivals taking place, which is a perfect time for sight-seeing.

From April to May, the weather in Phu Yen is especially hot, combined with Vietnam’s signature humidity, it is a great ideal that tourists bring sun cream, water, and long-sleeves clothes with them.

May to July is the peak of domestic tourist season, so if you plan to visit Phu Yen at this time, prepare to see crowds in the hottest spot of this tropical island. If you prefer quiet and relaxing holidays, it is a good ideal you avoid this period.

Check the below table for the general idea of Phu Yen weather throughout the year.

Month Avg. High (°C) Avg. Mean (°C) Avg. Low (°C)
Jan 26.1 23.3 21.2
Feb 27.7 24.4 21.9
Mar 29.1 26 23.5
Apr 31 27.8 25.3
May 32.6 29.1 26.6
Jun 34 30.4 27.7
Jul 34 30.1 27.2
Aug 33.6 29.9 27.1
Sep 32.5 28.9 25.9
Oct 30.2 27.2 24.9
Nov 28.4 26.1 24.1
Dec 27 24.5 22.6

Phu Yen’s current weather and 7-day forecast


Phu Yen province is the heart of many religious and historic remains, but today, it is best known for its beaches and bays. You can combine these destinations or choose among them based on your preference.

1. Bai Xep

This short beach, especially the two sets of sea cliffs on either end is so beautiful that it attracts a lot of tourists from all over the world to come here and take some pictures for your Instagram feed. With just 500 meters in length, the beach looks exactly like a small kingdom that is isolated.

If you climb up the cliff, there is a good chance you can clearly see your friend beneath – and who can deny the temptation of fresh air with the unique smell of the green grass and salty vibe from the ocean? Its tranquility and breathtaking features will absolutely blow your mind.

Bai Xep is over 14 kilometers far from Tuy Hoa. Located in district Tuy An, Bai Xep is not something you can walk to if you stay in Phu Yen’s capital town – but the distance is worth it when you witness the beauty of this place.

2. Mon Beach – Mui Dien (Dien Cape)

The very own charm of Mon beach is the tranquility and comfort coming from its own wild and untouched nature. You can expect all the freshness and relaxation when coming here while watching its crystal clear seawater and golden sand stretching out the shore. From here, there is one activity you can not miss: watching the sun rises since Mon beach is located at the easternmost point of the country. In other words, this place is also called “Vietnam’s earliest dawn land”.
Being the very first place in the country to watch the sunrise, Mon beach, especially Dai Lanh Cape is very attractive for both domestic and international tourists. Therefore, even though Dai Lanh Cape is 35 kilometers from the capital city of Phu Yen, many go a long way here just to catch the sunrise; or, you can easily choose an accommodation here.

3. Vung Ro Bay

The location of Vung Ro Bay is very ideal in Vietnam’s geology since it overlooks many beautiful beaches and ocean, yet has forested mountains to back it up, such as Hon Ba, Deo Ca, and Da Bia peak. Spreading over an area of 16.4 square kilometers, Vung Ro Bay is a tourist hot spot since it is nestled in the commune of Dong Hoa District, Hoa Xuan Nam, and at the edge of Ca Pass so the drive, from wherever you are, is absolutely scenic.

Visiting Vung Ro Bay, you can watch everything, from the unbroken scenery of the bay’s crystal clear water with tranquil fishing villages, green mountains, to energetic and clear white sandy beaches. The main bay is where hundreds of fish farms, wooden fishing boats, and floating homes gather.

Coming here, do not forget to enjoy a cool beer while floating on the blue lagoon. There are several seafood restaurants that offer fresh-catch dishes and centers providing recreation options such as snorkeling, jet-skiing, and visiting historical relics for interested visitors.

4. Van Hoa Plateau

Van Hoa Plateau is nestled at 400 meters height, Son Hoa District. If you are fond of tropical forest nature, the beauty of mountainous features like the trees, wild animals and even the gentle light of the sun and the smell of the wind can open the door to heaven on earth for you.

There are also national historic relics for history lovers to discover like the Uncle Ho House of worship or the military center of Phu Yen province base. And one more thing: Do not leave Van Hoa Plateau without trying some pineapples or jackfruits – these are the regional specialties.

5. Da Dia Reef (Ganh Da Dia)

The name Da Dia Reef, in Vietnamese literally means “the sea cliffs of stone plates” – and from this very exciting name, you, for sure, can’t miss this unbelievable destination.

The whole thing is simply a natural masterpiece with millions of basalt rocks inconceivable shapes stacked together to become an amazingly high and large complex of columns. The rocky landscape spreads over a kilometer of the area and just along the sea’s edge. Some even call this site a giant black beehive. The reason for its unique structure is because of the eruption of a volcanic from millions of years ago. When the burning lave fell into the cold seawater, the molten lava was cooled down and harden, creating its shape to today’s organized rocky phenomenon.

Unlike many other places in Phu Yen, Da Dia Reef is always crowded since, besides these places, there are only three more places on earth that bear a similar magnificent phenomenon. So there are no surprises that people from all over the world HAVE TO come to this famous reef to take pictures and admire magical views. Many couples come here for their wedding shoot, while others just need a picture of the out-of-this-world-view for their Instagram feed. But remember to bring sun cream, hats, and water with you since this area is really sunny and hot.

6. Nhan mountain 

If you climb to the top of Nhan mountain, you will surely have the overview of Tuy Hoa City with its lush rice paddles and evergreen forest. You will also have an amazing experience of watching the panoramic view of the sunset from this 64 meters high summit. Tourists will have the chance to discover an ancient Champa relics from the 11 century  built on the top of the mountain.

This Champa structure is called Nhan Tower – a symbol of Phu Yen’s original founders, the Cham people. You are free to visit its worshipping place, enjoy the evergreen scenery of the forest and Tuy Hoa City as well as taking some photos to show your friends at home.

7. Mang Lang Church 

Built in 1892 by Joseph de La Cassagne, Mang Lang church is one of the oldest ones in Vietnam and Indochina combined. With its long and mysterious history, this is one of the hottest tourist spots in Phu Yen. The church, also known as Eglise de Mang Lang is just a 10-minute ride away from the famous Da Dia reef.

From the first look, you will understand why this church is so famous for its gothic structure with grey paint covered the whole artistic style of the church. Not only inspired many poets and artists for its aesthetic vibe, but the church is also home to Bishop Alexandre de Rhode and, more important, home to Vietnam’s first national book. You can witness the book preserved in a glass cabinet along with many other important pieces of historical evidence for over 120 years. With its unique beauty and glamour of history and artistry, Mang Lang church is a big MUST for those visiting Phu Yen.

8. Xuan Dai Bay

Covering 13,000 hectares, this wide, beautiful and rare bay is an ideal destination for those loving tranquility since it is still little-known to the public. 50 kilometers away from the capital city – Tuy Hoa, this bay has so many small and beautiful beaches with untouched scenery. Tourists can visit many hot spots from here, such as Mu U peninsula, small islet, like Ong Xa islet, as well as Da Mai mountain. You can also visit the famous Ganh Dia reef from here.

And the special thing about this beautiful bay is that, after enjoying the scenic beauty of natural, tourists can also watch the daily life of the local fishermen living nearby. They just need to get to Om beach, an ideal beach for camping – lovers.

You can totally camp there to enjoy a morning sunset, or have an unforgettable experience when watching how Vietnamese fishermen work while listening to all the stories and legends in the region.

9. Ong Cop Bridge

The bridge is also called Tuy An Bridge. It is the longest wooden bridge in Vietnam, connecting Tuy An District with Song Cau District. With its length for about 400 meters, the bridge starts to get noticed by international media in 2007 by appearing in a reality show in Vietnam Amazing Race. Opposed to its old and simple structure, the bridge is well-preserved so do not be afraid and just step on it! You will need only 10 minutes to walk across it, but if you bring a camera with you, you may need a little more time to totally catch all aesthetic scenes!

10. Chop Chai mountain

Another mountain helping you get a bird view of the lovely Tuy Hoa city is Chop Chai mountain. But one thing special about this peak is that you will see a military unit guarding on it, so you must talk to the soldiers there to get in to take pictures, but there is a high chance the station photography will be refused.

But do not worry, this mountain has more than that. With its 391 meters in height, you will see everything, from the tranquil paddle field to crystal clear ocean and even several historic and religious temples in the region like Minh Son, Hoa Son, Khanh Son, and Bao Lam pagoda on the foot of the mountain.

11. Da Trang Pagoda and Mountain 

Da Trang mountain is a place where visitors can explore both the beauty of nature and the myth of historical temples. One of the most famous religious sights is Da Trang Pagoda, a holy place that attracting many domestic visitors and pilgrims every year. The pagoda is a lovely and small place to cool down after a hard mountain hiking.

For history and culture hypers, the pagoda has much to say. It was 100 years old and honored by the emperor in 1889, but then burnt to the ground in 1929. Thanks to a huge number of Buddhists all over Vietnam, Da Trang Pagoda was restored and recognized as a crucial cultural heritage site.

12. Hon Yen

If you are tired of adventures in the forest, it is time to merge yourself in the cool fresh water from a beautiful beach in Vietnam: Hon yen beach. Hon Yen is a very small island so it is easy for travelers to have panorama sights of it. Many tourists call this “heaven for diving and coral seeing” for a reason. The wind, the water, and humidity on this small island make it a perfect site for sight-seeing and coral diving. You can also rent a canoe to have a short ride around this lovely pearl.

13. The pretty nature of Phu Yen

In Phu Yen, during summer and spring, people are all about the picture-perfect wheat fields and wildflower gardens. There are a lot of flowers you can expect to see like sunflowers, tulips, lavender and so on. And do not forget the stunning, picturesque wheat fields with layers of lovely white, feather-like plants covering a large area of the mountain and some drops of palm trees behind.

Every year, many young Vietnamese girls dress up (this year’s trend is boho!) to take photoshoot here, do not be surprised if you see so many young and pretty girls wandering around this area!

14. And one last thing: Watching sunrises!

Wherever you go, whichever place you visit, it is a pity if you come to the very point of Vietnam without watching the magical sunrises in Phu Yen. And it is not just about the natural, but they’re also early-risers who are fishermen, farmers, and students who need to wake up early for a long day ahead.

You will experience first-hand how an early day starts in this lovely city of Vietnam with traditional boats quietly make it way to the ocean for a morning catch, the sound of the cocks, and the fantastic moment when light starting to coloring the whole landscape like a wake-up call. And for those interested, you may see some cows – yes, cows, strolling along the beach if you are lucky enough.

Phu Yen today has yet to become a major tourist attraction. Hence, nature preserves its pure beauty and the locals are indeed sincere and friendly. See here for a full itinerary of See and Do in Phu Yen. In this article, I am going to walk you through some of the best accommodations in Phu Yen, suitable for all budgets.

Luxury hotel

VietStar Resort and Spa

Before entering Tuy Hoa City, you will pass by this resort on National Road 1A. This picturesque resort spread over the magnificent Thom Hill and the golden sandy Xep Beach is a wonderful luxurious option. It is from here that people can watch the earliest sunrise in Vietnam.

Beside the natural advantages, this resort offers delicately interiorized rooms and a full range of hospitality services, including a restaurant and a bar, meeting and banqueting venues, a spa, a recreation center, wedding and excursion services.

Address: Thom Hill, An Phu Ward, Tuy Hoa City

Mid-range hotels

CenDeluxe Hotel

Located in the heart of Tuy Hoa’s bustle and hustle, this hotel is ideal to access the city’s spotlights and enjoy a five-star standard. You may not expect an exactly five-star hotel like those in big cities, but Cendeluxe Hotel will surely satisfy you with its facilities and services.

Address: 02 Hai Duong Street, Tuy Hoa City

Saigon Phu Yen Hotel

With its price, Saigon Phu Yen is said to be a comfy, highly recommended hotel located in the heart of Tuy Hoa City. From here, it takes you only a few minutes to walk to the beach. If you want to enjoy watching the sunrise from your bed, book a room on a high floor.

Address: 541 Tran Hung Dao Street, Tuy Hoa City

Sala Tuy Hoa Beach Resort

Sala is only a four-minute walk from the beach. This beautiful resort provides you a charming garden, an outdoor swimming pool, and a 24-hour front desk. Besides accommodation, spa and restaurant services are available.

Address: 51 Doc Lap Street, Tuy Hoa City

Budget hotels

Kool House

Kool House is literally really cool, right at first sight. This homestay attracts you with its rustic ambiance and a lovely fun logo. Kool house is a villa homestay hiding in a small alley on Hung Vuong Street, Tuy Hoa City. It has rooms ranging from a dorm to a three-bedrooms for six people. You can contact hosts for detail on room rates.

Address: Hung Vuong Street, Tuy Hoa City

July’s Homestay in Phu Yen

Located in Tuy Hoa City, this place is in between Phu Yen Museum and the front beach. 

Address: Tuy Hoa City (the exact address will be sent to you after booking with Airbnb)

Madam LE’s homestay

Madam LE’s has a cozy kitchen corner that will draw you in at first sight. It is in Tuy Hoa city and is close to the beach. 

Address: Tuy Hoa City (the exact address will be sent to you after booking with Airbnb)

Joy House Hostel

This adorable hostel is also in between the museum and the beach. The decoration is beautiful and really encourages a happy feeling, as its name suggests. In addition, there is a free BBQ party on Saturday night, where you can joyfully enhance your friend network with the locals and other travelers.

Address: Tuy Hoa City

Trai Hoa Vang Homestay

Renovated from an old villa only two kilometers away from the airport, this homestay creates peace in your heart right at first sight. Its name, Trai Hoa Vang, means the farm of yellow flowers, not only does it represent the most romantic feature of Phu Yen province, but also it also calls attention to the charm of this homestay. There are four types of room for you to choose from: a dorm with six beds, a room for four people, and a room for two. Whichever option you take, you will have access to its big and clean kitchen, where your cooking talent is encouraged! There is also a small vegetable garden that adds light and freshness to this stay. If you are a fan of grilling, their airy yard with a BBQ stove will be your favorite place to hang out in!

Their second floor is particularly designed as a living room to encourage deep conversation and relaxation. You can order a good cup of coffee and enjoy your book.

Address: 99 Vo Thi Sau Street, Tuy Hoa city

What to Eat in Phu Yen Vietnam while traveling? The coastal province in the south-central coast of Vietnam, Phu Yen, is a trendy destination, which attracts tourists not only for beautiful Nature but also delicious and unique food in Phu Yen. While the attractions of Dong Cam dam, Vung Ro Bay, Mang Lang cathedral, Ganh Da Dia, Bai Xep, etc., are so captivating that wins compliments, the local dishes make foodies remember the taste even after they get home.

Following is the list of dishes to eat in Phu Yen during the food tour to Vietnam!

Banh hoi – fine rice vermicelli  

Banh hoi is made from rice flour with meticulous and complicated process. This characteristic food looks so strange, it is combined with chives, pork and the tasty local fish sauce. In addition, pork can be used with porridge and this kind of fish sauce. Both of it are also good and delicious. The price is so cheap – only with 30.000 VND, you will have a big meal to make you full enough.


Tuy Hoa city: Quan Yen – 118 Hung Vuong street, ward 6.

In addition, you can also find it everywhere in Phu Yen.

Banh beo – Vietnamese savory steamed rice cake

Banh beo is a famous local cake in the countryside, it is made from rice flour and by clever and meticulous local people. Chives, dry shrimp are the important materials for this food. Fish sauce is always available and no matter where you are going to try it, fish sauce is also tasty. Don’t miss it, you may like it, it will be probably one of your favorite foods in Phu Yen.


Tuy Hoa city: Banh beo chen – 92 Le Trung Kien street, ward 1.

Because this food is from the countryside, so you can also find it everywhere, not only in the city central.

Nem nuong – grilled meat roll

Coming to Phu Yen, you should try this food. You may see it somewhere in Vietnam, but it will be more special to try its original taste in the Middle, especially in Phu Yen. The main ingredients are pork (is marinated with many spices such as sugar, salt, fish sauce…), some kinds of vegetable, carrot pickle and tasty local fish sauce to make it attractive and delicious. Using rice paper to roll all of them is the best way to enjoy this food.


Tuy Hoa city: Nem nuong Nhat Hoang – 4 Tran Binh Trong street, ward 4.

This food is also available everywhere, you can easily find it.

Banh Xeo – Vietnamese crepe

Banh Xeo is also a special food from countryside that many local people love. Many people like to make it at home in their free time. The good one can be crunchy for a while, it depends on the way they make it. Some kinds of vegetable and local fish sauce are the main ingredients of Banh Xeo.

Local people usually have it in the morning or evening, stay somewhere on the street and also enjoy the peaceful countryside. It is so great.


Tuy Hoa city: Banh Xeo – 20 Le Thanh Ton street, ward 1.

You can also find it everywhere in Phu Yen, not only in the city central. Don’t be shy to try somewhere on the street to experience different feelings.

Bun mam nem – Anchovy sauce with rice vermicelli and roasted pork

Anchovy sauce is so famous in the Middle, and Phu Yen is one of places which make this great sauce. Its smell and taste are quite strong, however, if you love this sauce, you will love this food a lot. This sauce is not available everywhere in Vietnam, you are trying the original taste of it in Phu Yen.

It is not also good for those who don’t accept its strange smell. No matter it will be good for you or not, it is also a new and special experience. Let’s try to feel it.


Tuy Hoa city: 216 Nguyen Hue street, ward 7.

It’s so common, you can also find it everywhere in Phu Yen.

Banh canh he – Chives soup noodle

Banh canh is a kind of noodle in Vietnam, it is made from rice flour or finest flour, you can choose one of them or try both to feel the difference. As the name, chives is the main ingredient that make this food special and characteristic through its flavor. In addition, fresh fish cake in this beach region make the soup sweeter and tastier.

Let’s try this special local food, don’t miss it.


Tuy Hoa city: 75 Tran Quy Cap street, ward 3.

Many local people like to eat this food, so you can also easily find it everywhere, even in the countryside.

Chicken rice

In Phu Yen, chicken is fed in gardens, not like industrial chicken, so the chicken meat is firm and tough. The combination between good fish sauce and chicken rice is so delicious. Let’s try to feel its great taste.


Tuy Hoa city: Com ga Tuyet Nhung – 189 Le Thanh Ton street, ward 3.

Lau ga la e – Chicken hotpot

“E” is a very popular plant in Phu Yen and its leaves are used as the main material for this kind of hotpot. This kind of leaf make the soup of hotpot tastier (sour and sweet). This food is so famous everywhere in Vietnam, so it is much more delicious if you can try its original taste in Phu Yen. Don’t miss it, let’s try.


Tuy Hoa city: 10B Thanh Mau street, ward 7

Since Phu Yen is a province located in Vietnam’s South Central Coast, it would make an ideal additional destination in your Ho Chi Minh City Tour. There are many ways you can get to Phu Yen from there, namely by train, plane or bus.

By bus or private van

With just 180,000 to 300,000 VND per ticket at East bus station, you can travel from Ho Chi Minh City to Phu Yen. With people who prefer maximum relaxation and comfort, a private van is a perfect choice! 

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By Train

You can also choose train to travel from Ho Chi Minh City to Phu Yen by train SE2 or SE4. If you should take the night train, you will get to Phu Yen in the following morning with full rest to enjoy your holiday there!. 

By Airplane

If you are not in Ho Chi Minh or just want to travel by plane, you can get to Tuy Hoa Airport from both Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City airport! Tuy Hoa airport is just 10 km away from the city center, so tourists will need to arrange their own transportation to the booked accommodation beforehand or they’ll have to call a cab or private van to pick them up to move on.

Contact us for the latest flight schedule and price. Or you can check via some online platform such as or

Here you can find some tips to book the cheapest flight


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Well, Vietnam and Thailand are the most popular holiday destinations in Southeast Asia. They are similar in climate and food, though obviously different in culture, lifestyle and travel experience.

Below we list 13 major differences between the two countries, to give you a quick overview and help you decide which to visit first. These are based on our own travel experiences, investigations, and partnerships with local operators.


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You can find here and there that you should spend 10 days, 2 weeks, 20 days, or 1 month to best explore Vietnam. So what is the best Vietnam tour duration for you?

Well, as long as you like! From 10 days to a month, there are various ways you can travel across Vietnam and uncover its secrets. Advising an ideal trip length for Vietnam is a bit of a complex challenge, as it depends on several factors such as the places you wish to visit, the activities you plan to join, or if you want to combine Vietnam with its neighbor countries. 

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Vietnam would scrap the Covid-19 testing requirement for all arrivals starting Sunday, May 15th 2022, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has directed.

In a document issued Friday, the Prime Minister requested the Ministry of Health to closely follow the coronavirus situation and provide proper guidance. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs should direct Vietnamese authorities outside the country to inform people who wish to enter Vietnam to follow appropriate disease prevention measures, he said.

The latest decision has been made as the number of Covid-19 infections and deaths drops both in Vietnam and around the world. Several countries have been taking steps to relax coronavirus restrictions, including scrapping testing before entry.

Current policies issued by the health ministry require entrants to have negative results from PCR tests done within the previous 72 hours, or a negative result from a rapid test done within the last 24 hours.

Those who don’t have a negative test result must refrain from making contact with others during the first 24 hours after entry. They will be able to move freely once they test negative after arrival.

Children under two don’t need to be tested.

Vietnam stopped requiring medical declarations from those arriving from abroad starting April 27, and for domestic travel starting April 30.


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