Tuy An lithophone is a musical instrument made using eight slabs of stone. It dates back around 2,500 years and was unearthed in 1992 at a mountain (Nui Mot) in Tuy An district’s An Nghiep commune.
Several dozen romantic beaches spread along Phu Yen’s coastline where the meeting of mountains and sea provides wonderful backdrops. Next to eucalyptus fields and green coconut forests are sand
Pristine Xuan Dai bay, around 45km north of Tuy Hoa city, is recommended as one of most beautiful bays in the world. The bay is a remarkable sightseeing spot in Phu Yen, where scenic natural charms
Ganh Da Dia, in Tuy An district’s An Ninh Dong commune, is around 40 kilometres from vibrant Tuy Hoa city. At around 50m wide and over 200m long, Ganh Da Dia is an unparalleled venue in
Phu Yen possesses much potential for tourism development. Bai Mon, bordered by Mui Nay in the north and Mui Dien in the south, comprises over 400-metres of coastline, featuring a sloping sand
Vung Ro bay is accessible to 5,000+ dead weight tonnage ships. The bay consists of scores of inlets like Bai Lach, Bai Mu U, Bai Chua, Bai Bang, Da Bia-Vung Ro-Deo Ca which are historical, cultural