Vung Ro Bay- Phu Yen Drawing Tourists’ Attention in Vietnam Travel

If tourists in Vietnam travel are in a north-south journey and reach Ca Pass in Phu Yen, you should not miss to visit the province’s famous beautiful bay that is Vung Ro. Visiting the Bay, tourists will be attracted by stunning combination of forest and sea.

Vung Ro Bay comprises 1640 hectares of water surface, and is surrounded by high mountain ranges of Deo Ca, Da Bia, Hon Ba on the north, west and east. The Bay features 12 small beaches namely Lach, Mu U, Nga, Chua, Chan Trau, Ho, Hang, Nho, Chinh, Bang, Lau Nhan beaches with fascinating landscape, which is ideal for sightseeing, relaxation or enjoying delicious seafood.

Vung Ro Bay- Phu Yen Drawing Tourists’ Attention in Vietnam Travel

 Vung Ro had formerly been attached with the Numberless ships, which were once the heroes during the Vietnam War. Vung Ro was considered one among significant stops of the Ho Chi Minh road on sea, accepting hundred tons of weapons transported by the numberless ships from northern Vietnam to the southern battle field from 1964 – 1965.

Currently, Vung Ro’s wharf attends to the development of Phu Yen’s socio-economy. Besides, there are roads connecting Vung Ro to Hoa Hiep industrial zone, Tuy Hoa airport, and Tuy Hoa city.

Vung Ro has been recognized as a national historical relic by the Ministry of Culture, Sport, and Tourism. The Bay promises to become an ideal stopover for tourists in Vietnam travel when traveling to Tuy Hoa, Phu Yen. 

Vung Ro Bay- Phu Yen Drawing Tourists’ Attention in Vietnam Travel

If you are in Vietnam tourism, and in Phu Yen now, you once pay a visit to Vung Ro Bay where you can hide away from the bustle and hard- working days.


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