QUY NHON, TYPICAL VIETNAMESE SEASIDE GETAWAY

Here is a confidential, typically Vietnamese seaside destination that will delight travellers who want to get off the beaten track. They will be largely rewarded by the numerous sumptuous beaches and all the cultural curiosities that this charming seaside town offers.

History of Quy Nhon

The origins of the foundation of Quy Nhon go back to the 11th century, when the Kingdom of Champa radiated on the coast of central Vietnam. Quy Nhon is intimately linked to the history of Vietnam as it is the birthplace of the Vietnamese Emperor in the 18th century Nguyễn Huệ.  A century before, the small port of Quy Nhon saw the arrival of Portuguese Jesuits who named it Pulo Cambi. More recently, during the Vietnam War, Quy Nhon was home to a large U.S. Army base. Today Quy Nhon, capital of Binh Dinh province, is a quiet seaside resort frequented mainly by Vietnamese families. The city, long asleep for a long time, has been experiencing a new dynamism in recent years. It has the tourist potential to compete with other seaside resorts such as Danang or Nha Trang.

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