Quy Nhon city is located along the coast and is the center of politics, economy, culture, tourism, science and technology of Binh Dinh province. Quy Nhon is also one of the major coastal cities in Central Vietnam. According to the previous history, Quy Nhon used to be the land of the Champa people, so around and in the city there are many Cham relics that still exist today. So when coming to Quy Nhon tourism, we should not miss the following places:
1 Vung Chua Mountain
Vung Chua Mountain Where you can admire the panoramic view of the beautiful Quy Nhon city from above, or more poetic than catch the early dawn, watch the sunset at dusk. The altitude of Vung Chua mountain is about 600 meters above sea level. This place is located right next to Quy Nhon city, so it is also likened to "the plateau in the middle of the coastal city".
There are two ways to reach Vung Chua Quy Nhon mountain
+ You can choose the starting point from within the city center. From here, you will go to the direction of National Highway 1D, move along the national road, you will pass Ghenh Rang tourist area. When you reach the intersection with the turn to Quy Hoa, you will notice that on the right hand side there will be a concrete road leading to the mountain. This road will lead you to the Fairy Stream tourist area. But if you follow the steep path on the left hand side you will reach the top of Vung Chua.
+ The second way is for those who like to experience. Please park your car at the foot of the mountain. After that, you walk along the small winding path towards the mountain. The atmosphere on the way is extremely fresh. You can leisurely watch the clouds in the sky. This can also be seen as a strength training session. However, if you do not feel confident enough, you should ride up the mountain. Because there are very few cars here, when you are tired, you can't go for a ride.
2 Tomb of poet Han Mac Tu
Tomb of poet Han Mac Tu was built in Ghenh Rang (Quy Hoa, Quy Nhon), where there is a beautiful architecture of the Creator, located in the south of Quy Nhon city. Quy Hoa, three sides are mountains, hugging the green valley, half moon shape; On one side is the blue sea with white waves, patting the ocean's melodies, for the hundred-year-old willow trees, singing wild bass voices, making those who are heavy-hearted who come here, also be at ease.
The place where Han Mac Tu is resting is called Thi Nhan hill, named by Quy Nhon brothers and artists since 1985. The slope to the grave at Thi Nhan hill is named Mong Cam, unknown by whom, but now it has become a famous place. should be familiar. Although the tomb is nothing special, only a few square meters, it is clad with polished stone, on top of which is a statue of the Virgin Mary looking down gently. From Thi Nhan Hill, step down to the foothills, visitors can watch the blue sea surface whispering waves.
In 2001, Quy Nhon Urban Lighting and Green Park Company built a lovely house next to the grave as a souvenir. Here displays and keeps a lot of poems, pictures about the life and career of the poet. Coming to Ghenh Rang tourist complex and poet Han Mac Tu's grave area, visitors will enjoy the quiet, peaceful atmosphere, romantic and fresh space, but also evoke grief for the past. a great poet of Vietnam.
Visitors can also rest on cultural parks, visit marine conservation areas with many different species. In addition, visitors can also immerse themselves in the clear blue sea, enjoy sunbathing on long, romantic beaches to relieve the worries of weekdays.
Currently, more and more tourists visit the tomb of poet Han Mac Tu, both to enjoy the peaceful and fresh space here, and to remember and admire the literary values that he left behind. for Vietnamese literature.
Poet Han Mac Tu's real name is Nguyen Trong Tri, born on September 22, 9 in My Le, Dong Hoi, Quang Binh. He is a famous poet, starting the line of modern romantic poetry in Vietnam, is the originator of the School of Poetry. Han Mac Tu along with Quach Tan, Yen Lan, and Che Lan Vien were called by contemporaries in Binh Dinh called Ban Thanh Four Friends, meaning Four Tourists in Do Ban Citadel. At the age of 1912, he suffered from leprosy, and on November 23, 11, he died at the age of 11.
3 Long My Stone Spring
Nestled between Ham Rong mountain, Long My Da Stream belongs to Long Thanh village, Phuoc My commune, City. Quy Nhon is a landscape that is still very wild, but also very beautiful in the eyes of travelers when coming to this place.
Distance from city center. Quy Nhon about 18km to the southwest, along Highway 1 towards Cu Mong pass, meet the red light at Long My intersection (at the foot of Ong Phat slope), turn right to Long My. Follow the concrete road, go through Long My Industrial Park about 3km, meet the fork, turn left to Long My Lake. Then you will go to the lake to enter Long My Da Stream.
Follow the trail to the left of the lake, go about 800m to the downstream of the stream. Where every stream of clear, cool water is poured into the lake. Surely you are also excited, want to immerse yourself in this cool water. The stream originates from Ham Rong mountain, so the locals call it Ham Rong stream. Later, it was known as Suoi Ngang orally. Recently, some young people from all over the world come here and call it Suoi Da, because the rocks on the stream are created by nature very beautiful and majestic.
4 Queen Beach (Egg Beach)
Hoang Hau Beach, also known as Egg Beach, is a beach in Quy Nhon city, Binh Dinh province, Vietnam. This place has become a destination attracting domestic and foreign tourists, and is considered one of the most beautiful and famous beaches in Quy Nhon.
Just go about 3km to the Southeast from Quy Nhon city center, you will come to a poetic scene. This is considered a gathering place for families and tourists from afar.
Quy Nhon egg beach is a place that is considered as a fairyland in the heart of Quy Nhon, in the early morning mist or at sunset. Many visitors liken the beautiful scenery here as being randomly arranged by nature for posterity to see the unique beauty. Large and small stones with different shapes, smooth like giant bird eggs are placed next to each other and piled on top of each other to create a wild beauty.
5 Poet Han Mac Tu Memorial House
Coming to Quy Hoa, tourists should visit the memorial house of poet Han Mac Tu Tai. In 1940, the poet Han took his last breath here. Although Han Mac Tu is no longer located here, the poet's hospital room is treated until his death and the grave is still kept as a souvenir. There are many pictures, objects and poetry of the poet on display here. In front of the memorial house is a shady confetti, dark pink petals dotted with white look very beautiful.
6 Loc Uyen Temple
The pagoda is located at 404 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Quang Trung Ward, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province. The pagoda was built in 1961 by lay people in the Loc Uyen association. In 1970, Venerable Thich Nguyen Loi returned to the abbot for a few years and then went elsewhere. The temple set up a Ban Ho to manage the pagoda. In 1986, Nun Thich Nu Hanh Nghiem was appointed by the Church to be the abbot of the temple, and organized the reconstruction of the spacious monastery as it is today.
In front of the main hall, the pagoda places an open-air statue of Bodhisattva Quan The Am. The Buddha hall is decorated with respect. Right in the middle of the statue is the statue of Buddha Shakyamuni and the statues of Bodhisattva Quan Yin, Bodhisattva Ksitigarbha, Reverend Ca Diep, Venerable Ananda, Protector of Dharma, Tieu Dien... The ancestral house houses the statue of Patriarch Dat Ma.
7 Quy Nhon Central Square
Quy Nhon Square is officially known as Nguyen Tat Thanh Square. The square is located in a 6.5-hectare campus, right on the avenue of the same name Nguyen Tat Thanh. This is the first place in the country to place a statue of Uncle Ho when he was young and his father - Nguyen Sinh Sac.
The most prominent feature of Quy Nhon square is the statue of Nguyen Sinh Sac - Nguyen Tat Thanh. The monument was inaugurated and built in 2017, on the occasion of Uncle Ho's 127th birthday.
Nguyen Tat Thanh Square is located on Nguyen Tat Thanh Boulevard in Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province, is one of the three major squares of the coastal city. Thanks to its location adjacent to the sea, the square becomes a regular destination for city people on hot days. Located in the center of Quy Nhon, this is a convenient landmark for people and tourists to travel to places of interest and tourism in Binh Dinh such as Ky Co island, Eo Gio, Hoang Hau beach ..
With an area of 6,5 hectares, Nguyen Tat Thanh Square is also the place to organize many big local events such as fireworks to celebrate the New Year, Binh Dinh martial arts festival... At the same time, this place is also chosen by many units. choose to organize sports activities that gather thousands of people.
8 Temple of Tang Quang
The pagoda is located at 160/1 Le Hong Phong Street, Le Hong Phong Ward, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province. The gate of the pagoda is inscribed with the word Tam Giao Tu, which means that the temple worships both Confucian Buddha.
According to the document The typical pagodas in Binh Dinh province (1999 - 2000) by Loc Xuyen Dang Qui Dich, the pagoda was built by Ms. Ngoc Y for her son, Tran Trap, with the religious name of Xuong Nhu and practiced in 1912. In 1937, the pagoda was granted the Sea of Sac Tu Tam Giao Tu by the Hue court. The temple was greatly restored in the 1960s.
In front of the pagoda, there is a three-door brick gate, on the middle door, there are three words: 三 教 寺 Tam Giao Tu which means the temple follows the three Confucian religions. Inside the alley, behind the narrow yard is a horizontal building in the same direction as the gate. This building is 3m long, 8m wide, 6m high, with an area of 8m², an upper floor area of 48m², a snail roof, tiled roof.
9 Long Khanh Pagoda
Long Khanh Pagoda is considered one of the largest pagodas located in the center of Quy Nhon city. According to many ancient records kept in Dai Nam Nhat Chi, the pagoda was started construction in 1807. Long Khanh Quy Nhon Pagoda is located west of Thi Nai sea mouth, exactly in Cat Cave, Cam Thuong village, in Tuy Phuoc district. Now belongs to the administrative territory of Tuy Loi ward, Quy Nhon city. The pagoda was built by Zen master Tich Tho (named Nguyen Trinh Tuong) in the 38th generation of the Lam Te Zen sect.
Currently in the pagoda is keeping an ancient bell, also known as Khanh Dong, cast in the 4th year of Gia Long (1805), used to declare the command. The bell has dimensions respectively: 75cm long x 25,5cm high.
The upper part of the hall is the place to worship Quan Am Chuan De and Buddha Adida. The rear part of the palace is the place of worship of Buddha Shakyamuni. The part behind the communal house is the area to worship the pioneers. The two suites in the East and West are the places for monks, nuns and Buddhists to rest.
10 Ong Nhieu Pagoda
For more than a century (from 1 to 1471), the land of Binh Dinh is the border region of Dai Viet, there are many historical and cultural relics associated with the process of the Vietnamese settling down to set up villages to live and form cities. In the ancient town, most of these relics have been destroyed by war and time. Fortunately, there is a relic defining the birth of Quy Nhon urban area that is still alive, ranked and is being revived: Ong Nhieu pagoda (or Quan Thanh temple).
Ong Nhieu pagoda belongs to Vinh Khanh village, Tuy Ha canton, Tuy Phuoc district, An Nhon government (today Tran Hung Dao ward, Quy Nhon city). Vinh Khanh village is an ancient village of Quy Nhon city. There is no document about the year of birth and the development process of Vinh Khanh village, but the oldest remaining relic of Vinh Khanh village is the Khanh car of Long Khanh pagoda made in the year of the Goat (1739). From Vinh Khanh village, two villages, Chanh Thanh and Cam Thuong, were established, residents of Quy Nhon city started there.
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|✅ Vung Chua Mountain||⭐ The altitude of Vung Chua mountain is about 600 meters above sea level|
|✅ Tomb of poet Han Mac Tu||⭐ The place where Han Mac Tu is resting is called Thi Nhan Hill, given by Quy Nhon brothers and artists since 1985.|
|✅ Long My Stone Stream||⭐ Nestled between Ham Rong mountain, Long My Da Stream belongs to Long Thanh village, Phuoc My commune, TP. Quy Nhon|
|✅ Queen Beach (Egg Beach)||Queen Beach, also known as Egg Beach, is a beach in Quy Nhon city, Binh Dinh province, Vietnam.|
|✅ Poet Han Mac Tu Memorial House||⭐ Coming to Quy Hoa, tourists should visit the memorial house of poet Han Mac Tu Tai. In 1940, the poet Han took his last breath here.|
|✅ Loc Uyen Pagoda||The pagoda is located at 404 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Quang Trung Ward, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province|
|✅ Quy Nhon Central Square||⭐ With an area of 6,5 hectares, Nguyen Tat Thanh square is also the place to organize many big local events such as fireworks to celebrate the New Year, Binh Dinh martial arts festival.|
|✅ Temple of Tang Quang||⭐ The pagoda is located at 160/1 Le Hong Phong Street, Le Hong Phong Ward, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province|
|✅ Long Khanh Pagoda||⭐ Long Khanh Quy Nhon Pagoda is located to the west of Thi Nai estuary, exactly in Cat Cave, Cam Thuong village, Tuy Phuoc district. Now belongs to the administrative territory of Tuy Loi ward, Quy Nhon city. The pagoda was built by Zen master Tich Tho (named Nguyen Trinh Tuong) in the 38th generation of the Lam Te Zen sect|
|✅ Ong Nhieu Pagoda||⭐ For more than a century (from 1 to 1471) the land of Binh Dinh was the border region of Dai Viet|