Travel

Discover the tropical paradise of Binh Dinh’s Ky Co beach

25km from Quy Nhon City, Ky Co beach can boast joyously tropical scenery and unspoilt beauty with its crystal clear blue seas.Go »
Vietnam’s best “secret” beach destination

Enter Quy Nhon, a small coastal city in Binh Dinh Province that has somehow largely escaped the tourism spotlight — though not for long, if some underway developments are any indication.Go »
Binh Dinh promotes tourism at HCMC tourism festival

Binh Dinh province has promoted its tourism attractions at the 14th Ho Chi Minh Tourism Festival took place in 4 days (April 12-15) in 23/9 Park.Go »
Binh Dinh bliss: 7 getaways for national holidays

The rolling sand dunes of Ky Co, Hon Kho, Ham Ho, and Phuong Mai in the central province of Binh Dinh are attractive destinations for visitors over the Reunification Day (April 30) and May Day (May 1) holidays.Go »
Seminar on community tourism development held in Nhon Ly

A seminar “Preserving coastal village’s culture and architecture for the development of community tourism in Nhon Ly commune” was held on April 18.Go »
Binh Dinh to host tourism festival, event for workers

Binh Dinh province and Thanh Nien (Youth) newspaper will co-organise a tourism festival. Two sides also agreed to prepare a mentorship program for local workers in a meeting taking place on March 27.Go »
Bình Định, neighbours cooperate on tourism

Bình Định Province’s tourism industry has been building special tours for older people, creating opportunities for elderly travelers to make friends with each other and relax.Go »
Enjoy peaceful atmostphere at Thien Hung Pagoda

The pagoda is surrounded by green trees that bring a peaceful and quiet atmostphere for visitors.Go »
SEA biggest sitting Buddha statue built in Binh Dinh

The 69-meter sitting Buddha statue is located in Phu Cat district of Binh Dinh province. It is known as the biggest one in Southeast Asia.Go »
[IN PICTURES] Binh Dinh tourism booms during Tet

More than 200,000 tourists were estimated to visit Binh Dinh during the past Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday.Go »
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