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"We leave early to cycle to Tuy Ha. 80 km of climbing and descending await us. But the wind doesn't really play an important role today. We first cycle through the daily market. That's always a madhouse! Ducks are dangling in plastic bags on handlebars, (the head protrudes from the top of the bag) and looks around them, quacking with indignation. They have no idea what happened to them. A bag of fresh herbs hangs from the same steering wheel. An old woman begs from us, rich whites. She points to her rice hat that looks worn out. I understand that she is ready for a new one and we donate a little something. A radiant smile is our reward."

The bay of Vung Ro with fishing vessels

          Tuy Hoa - is the capital of Phu Yen province in the south of Central Vietnam. About 30 km south of Tuy Hoa town is the picturesque Vung Ro Bay, home to hundreds of floating houses, making it a great place for atmospheric photo opportunities.
Vung Ro Bay is a small bay 30 km from Tuy Hoa. Vung Ro covers an area of 16.4 square kilometers (6.3 square miles) and is surrounded by the mountains to the north, east and west (the Deo Ca Mountains). There are some fine sandy beaches along the bay. The bay is home to coral reefs.

A beautiful view of the bay

Vung Ro Bay is the easternmost point of mainland Vietnam. It is also known for its beautiful and isolated bay with a number of pristine beaches such as Bai Chua, Bai Bang and Bai Lau. It is also a beautiful natural harbor and the deepest water port in Vietnam.
Many shrimps and various types of fish live in the bay of Vung Ro. The residents here live from fishing. After their catch, the boats float in the bay. There are many beautiful and unique corals on the seabed.
South of the bay is the Hon Nua Island with a height of 105 meters. At the highest point of the island of Hon Nua is a red lighthouse to guide fishermen to return safely to the coast.


Vung Ro will undergo a major change in the coming years. There are big plans for Vung Ro Bay, so a lot will change. It will become a tourist destination. Vung Ro Bay is considered to be the gateway to tourism. There is a fine, long and smooth sandy beach, where you can build beautiful resorts / hotels, where you can practice different types of water sports. The first-class luxury hotels will stretch 400 meters along the coast. You will be able to rent a canoe to cruise around the bay. That's a good choice.

The beach

Many hotels, apartments and luxury mansions will be built. There will be a shopping center and a marina with 350 berths. There is also room for schools, care institutions and entertainment areas.
The marina should be able to receive 350 boats from 10 to 60 meters in length and the marina should have a club for members, restaurants and shops. Tourism becomes one of the most important economic sectors in Vung Ro Bay, as the region benefits from many beautiful natural landscapes, which are donated by nature with its rivers meandering around the mountains, creating many beautiful lagoons, lagoons, bays and lakes have emerged.
In addition, there is currently an international container warehouse port close to Vung Ro Bay and it has a great advantage in the import and export of goods, which will come from all over the world.
Every season is fine to visit Vung Ro Bay, but the best time is between March and September. You can still admire the authentic.


Vung Ro Bay also played a part in the war with the Americans. It is associated with the legendary Ho Chi Minh Sea Path 55 years ago. Between November 1964 and January 1965, Vung Ro received four unregistered ships, secretly unloading hundreds of tons of weapons, food and medical supplies from the north to the southern front. The last ship was discovered by the enemy. Vietnamese soldiers were forced to destroy the ship to cover the legendary path clandestinely.

Beautiful roads at the bay of Vung Ro




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