New tourism sites uncovered in Binh Thuan
Mui Yen (Yen Cape) and Suoi Dua (Pineapple Spring) have become the latest names on the long list of Binh Thuan’s tourist attractions, besides the renowned Mui Ne, Bau Trang, Phan Thiet, etc. The brand-new sites are expected to lure more visitors and adventurers to flock to the south-central coastal province of Binh Thuan.
Yen Cape in Binh Thuan - Photo: phanthiet.goldenpeakresort.com
Quietly lying in Hoa Thang commune, Bac Binh district, Binh Thuan province, Mui Yen is an unspoiled tourism destination that has recently been uncovered. The site features immense dazzling sandhills adorned with small green brushes. About 30 metres in height, protrude the shoreline, boasting the panoramic view of the crystal-clear blue sea. White sandbars and chalky rugged rocks surround the beautiful road that leads to the cape.
Suoi Dua (Pineapple Spring) has just been known as a new emerging destination in Bac Binh district. The spring is pristine and unique thanks to its special location right in the dry area, with sand desert on both sides.
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