If there’s one place that deserves to be visited by more people on holidays in East Coast Vietnam, it’s Quy Nhon. Although not commonly regarded as a tourist destination, the medium-sized town is bordered by spectacular beaches and has a breathtaking countryside in its surroundings. A number of attractions are worth seeing in Quy Nhon, and one of them is the Binh Dinh Museum.
The Thap Doi Cham Towers are another unique attraction with impressive sculptures and reliefs. Long Khanh, the main pagoda in Quy Nhon, is also worth a peek. As a port city, Quy Nhon boasts a bounty of seafood with dining establishments serving the best catch of the day. Vietnamese cuisine is also available with local specialties and rice dishes taking centre stage. There isn’t much nightlife in Quy Nhon, no dance halls or nightclubs to visit. However, tourists can still grab a beer and enjoy their stay in the city long after the sun goes down.