Typical, unorganized, average Vietnamese Town with no concept of City planning! Everything is run down (monuments, squares, parks etc) and nobody dares to renovate: guess the funds for that have gone in other (high profile) pockets! No tourists will ever venture out there unless he knows somebody to visit.
They prefer to stay in Quy Nhon, Nha Trang, Mui Ne or Phu Quoc etc, were there is at least an acceptable infrastructure in place.
Nice quiet Vietnamese town on the main south-north road. Pretty sleepy but that's fine after busier more touristy place with hagglers and scam artists in the larger tourist resort towns like Da Nang and Nha Trang.
Long, long beach that seems to be completely deserted, certainly during the day (too hot for Vietnamese).
the place is a mystery as there were huge plans for the city until the property bubble exploded leaving only a series of giant empty avenues and giant brand new government and police buildings.
Otherwise, work is scarce more recently and many locals were leaving to find work elsewhere we were told. Unless it is summer there is little to no reason to stay here longer than necessary
Peaceful and friendly city. The inhabitants here are still mild and nice to travelers. Good food with cheap price compared to big those of big cities, especially seafood.
They have a very good spring roll that is dipped with yellow sauce(Pineapple). This a local place, you wont be able to find much tourist.
Tuy Hoa city's new tourist city, with a beautiful beach, nice people and good service: new flygtreminal for A-bus, train, harbor, bus .
.. supermarkets, hospitals, Services of restaurants, hotels, of universities, etc. It also servärdheter in world class Da dia passport (1 of 3 in the world) ... Do not miss it when you are in Vietnam
Small city with very nice, honest people. Very good and cheap sea food. Several special places for sight seeing.
Very cheap and nice souvernir/presents made from sea creatures and wood.