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Things to see and do

Qui Nhon beaches

Chances are you’ve heard of the beaches of Hoi An, Nha Trang, Mui Ne and Phu Quoc. But beaches at Qui Nhon? It’s home to one long, easy to access public beach, while the coast to the south is dotted with more good ... Read more about Qui Nhon beaches .

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Thap Banh It
20 km from Qui Nhon

Sitting on a high hill, Banh It Cham towers are one of the highlights of the area. It’s an easy do-it-yourself day trip from Qui Nhon, or those travelling on their own motorbikes, a quick diversion off the main Highway ... Read more about Thap Banh It .

Queen’s Beach, Han Mac Tu Tomb, Quy Hoa Beach and Leprosy Hospital

Located on the coast south of Qui Nhon city are a few sites that make sense to visit together, however disparate they are. ... Read more about Queen’s Beach, Han Mac Tu Tomb, Quy Hoa Beach and Leprosy Hospital .

Phoung Mai Peninsula & Nhon Hai Village

Standing on Qui Nhon beach, one can hardly fail to notice the huge statue of Vietnamese hero Tran Hung Dao on the edge of headland. This is actually on an enormous finger of land that forms the Phoung Mai Peninsula and the Qui Nhon government has huge plans for ... Read more about Phoung Mai Peninsula & Nhon Hai Village .

The Binh Dinh Museum
Nguyen Hue St, Qui Nhon

Binh Dinh Museum (Bao Tang Binh Dinh) is a small museum in Qui Nhon, just south of the Saigon-Quy Nhon Hotel on Nguyen Hue St—file this one under “if you have a few minutes to kill”. In Vietnam, museums outside of Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City can be hit or miss, and this one will firmly be in the latter unless you’re a history buff. The most interesting thing to see are some Cham stone ... Read more about The Binh Dinh Museum .

Thap Doi
3 km from city centre, Tran Hung Dao St, Qui Nhon

There are about fourteen Cham towers still standing around Binh Dinh province; Thap Doi (twin towers) are the easiest to visit from Qui Nhon and it’s worth seeing since it is so close and accessible — no climbing up hills for this one. The sight of the two towers is rather becoming, the red brick perfectly framed by green palms while growth tenaciously sprouts from the walls. Inside one ... Read more about Thap Doi .

Walking Tour of Hanoi Old Quarter
Walking Tour of Hanoi Old Quarter
Ad Explore Hanoi’s Old Quarter and
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Where to next?

Where are you planning on heading to after Qui Nhon? Here are some spots commonly visited from here, or click here to see a full destination list for Vietnam.

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