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Explore Phu Yen in 24 hours
You should go along the coastal road from Tuy Hoa to Mui Dien lighthouse, then cross Vung Ro Bay, Ca Pass before watching the beautiful sunset at the Yen island in late afternoon.
The journey to explore Phu Yen starts at 5am. In this picture is dawn at Chop Chai Mountain.
Tuy Hoa is the centre of Phu Yen province.
Crossing Hung Vuong Bridge to Mui Dien Lighthouse.
Da Rang railway bridge seen from Hung Vuong Bridge.
On the way to the lighthouse, with Ro village one one side and the Tuy Hoa airport on the other side.
A group of foreign tourists conquering the coastal road.
The winding road.
The stunning view with high mountain pass on one side and beach on the other side.
Mui Dien lighthouse and at its foot is Mon Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches of Phu Yen.
Hon Nua Island viewed from Ca Pass.
Long Thuy fishing village, about 10 km from Tuy Hoa.
Children in Long Thuy.
Road to Bai Xep beach.
You will have to go up a hill to admire the panoramic beauty of this place.
Beautiful sky and sea.
Bai Xep panoramic view.
Hon Yen – a beautiful landscape of Phu Yen.
Sunset on Hon Yen.
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