Phan Thiet has diverse natural landscapes, with a beautiful coastal route 10km long and historical relics of the once flourishing Champa civilization. From there, it is easy to understand why there are a lot of amazing places to visit in Phan Thiet Vietnam.
In Phan Thiết, there are two seasons, rainy and sunny, but the rain period is not long. It is also less affected by storms and does not have fog, so visitors can come to Phan Thiet at any time of the year. June and July or from December to February is the most ideal time to travel to Phan Thiet.
The tourist map of Phan Thiet is divided into 4 main areas: the city center, Mui Ne, Mui Ke Ga, and Hon Rom. If you start your trip at one of these four points, you will have a chance to explore other famous landmarks in Phan Thiet. It is usually a stopover for tourists combined with resting in Mui Ne. Therefore, if you are in the city for only 1-2 days, let’s try to figure out the top amazing places to do in Phan Thiet.
The name Golden Sand Dunes is named after its color because the sandhill possesses a rather characteristic yellow color. It is said that this place is a long-standing iron mine that has created the iron color of the sand, so the sand is yellow, that’s why people call it Golden Sand Dunes.
The Golden Sand Dunes have many colors such as red, white, pink, gray-white, red-black,… in which red sand and yellow sand make up the majority of this sand dune, other colors are just parts of the sand dunes. Each sand color is located in different areas, not mixed together, so it is easy to distinguish. The overall sand dune is not actually red due to the sand, but because the sun’s reflection at sunset has created a red background covering the sand dunes. It is very nice to take pictures at one of the top places to visit in Phan Thiet at sunset.
Doi Duong Beach is located in the city center area. Phan Thiet should not only be a favorite attraction of tourists but also a place where people often hang out. It can be said that this beach has been associated with the development of this central coastal town.
An experience that visitors cannot ignore when coming to Doi Duong Beach is watching the sunrise over the sea. Take advantage of waking up early to start a day in Phan Thiet by watching the first rays of the day. The peaceful and mysterious night sea gradually awakens. The first rays of the sun began to shine brightly across the sky. That moment seemed to make the human soul more warm and full of life.
Coming to the fishing village, Go Travel ensures that you will experience the life and fishing profession of the fishermen. When the small baskets return, the fishing effort is poured into a small canvas, from here, crabs and fish will be sorted by type and size and then sold to tourists or locals. Cheap fresh seafood is bought, sold and exchanged quickly depending on quality and size. From 9 a.m onwards, the beach begins to thin out again. At about 10 a.m, only a few people lingered on the sand to sell all the meager seafood for late visitors.
In addition, visitors also have the opportunity to enjoy the delicious taste of the sea right on the shore at the cheapest price or buy some fresh seafood home. While eating, you can comfortably enjoy the view of the sea, and the bustling scene of busy sellers in the sea.
Ong Hoang Hill started construction on February 21, 1911, with an area of 536m2, located on the top of Ba Na Hills, about 100m south of Poshanu Cham Towers. This work was built according to French architecture with the foundation cast of bluestone, the base is up to two meters high, lined with shiny cement tiles. On the roof of the villa are blue stone slabs, making the inside always cool no matter how hot the weather outside.
After the war, Ong Hoang Hill is ruined but every time tourists visit Phan Thiet, people whisper to each other that they have to visit the complex of Lau Ong Hoang and the Poshanu Tower cluster – the place to worship the Cham princess. A special thing is that the Ong Hoang monument seems to have no human hands, still keeping the wild features from the old days.
Van Thuy Tu Temple is known as one of the oldest and largest palaces of Binh Thuan marine industry. Built in the year of Nham Ngo 1762 to worship Ca Ong, inside is a place to worship nearly 100 fish skeletons. In addition, there are many Han-Nom cultural heritages related to sea craft, which are reflected in the content of worship in the horizontal consorts, altars, statues, and inscriptions of Dai Hong Chung.
The custom of worshiping Ca Ong has long become a beauty of folk beliefs in the central and southern coastal regions of Vietnam from Thanh Hoa to the entire southern coastal provinces. This is a long-standing belief of fishermen in the sea, also known as ten thousand fishes. Fishermen often worship Ca Ong and other gods who have helped and blessed the fishermen.
When coming to this place, visitors can not only admire the ancient beauty of hundreds of thousands of years but also know more about the customs and beliefs of the fishermen here.
If you have the opportunity to set foot in Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan, remember to go to the top amazing places to visit in Phan Thiet. It will be a great experience for you when coming to Vietnam with Go Travel!
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