There is not much to do there,,nice beach But no chairs or humbrella for the sun,,maybe if you go in a ressort they have,,But did not see any place yet like that place for the gentel people.
Every body smile at you even the young kids,,No touristes there
One of the most friendly coastal areas in Vietnam. Still relatively untouched by mass tourism, I would definitively recommend visiting Binh Dinh province!
many historical attractivenesses, but most of them away from city. would recommend travel with car and ask local to try local foods at each place you visit
If you are looking for culture/history and beaches....yes, it is. there are few Thap (Pagoda) within Quy Nhon.
although this city is fairly spread out we found it easy to find our way around. Its a bit off the beaten track for tourists , well worth the effort of getting there .
A more relaxed pace , plenty to see and tourists here are still a bit of a novelty
The Cham towers were very beautifully kept. The main pagoda is an impressive place. If you have the energy go for a walk to the far end of the beach (to the left as you look out to sea) and wander around the fishing harbour.
Get seafood along the beach. Go swimming. Buy a banh mi and people watch. Watch the fishermen. At night, look across Quy Nhon Bay and you will see thousands of fishing lights - a sight to see.
There are not so many private cars on thr roads here so it is easy to travel around. There are some very good and clear local cafes in town.
The bay and the beaches are very beautiful. There is a cham temple north of Quy Nhon which is nice to visit.
There is also a very well preserved Cham temple in Town. There is a nice pagoda to visit. The seafood restaurants are excellent. We took a side trip to see the old military base at An Khe, but the Vietnamese Army has reoccupied the old 1st Cavalry (4th Inf./173rd Abn.) Division Base Camp area.
This is the small city but around location there are a lot of traditional villages and many infinite view !
This is not a tourist destination but that is the beauty of it we were the only tourists in hotel, no beggers no hawkers no hassle just a great place not spoilt by tourism food and drink for nothing amazing beach more resturants & bars you would need large beer 8000 meal 20000 we stayed here for 8 days & met one other guy from Holland & he agreed how good it was to not have tourists we left Nha Trang after 2 days a hell hole full of concrete & Russians found Quy Nhon it made our trip to Vietnam perfect
less touristic but worth to visit. quite relaxing with its characters found everywhere, and nice people to to get along with.
but not many people speak English.enjoy the beach and food.
The place was lovely, pele friendly but didn't think there was much more to do than walk along the beach
The city is very calm and probably not worth a visit if you stay only two weeks in Vietnam. But if you have more time, it's a good break from all the too-touristy places (Hue, Hoi An) nearby.
As a vegetarian, I had some trouble finding proper food, as the local food is very sea-oriented. If you want to rent a motorbike, ask around. Some hotels ask ridiculous amounts, knowing that there is not enough competition.
Quy Nhon is a bit of a concrete town but the beach is a saving grace - very few westerners and no western food outlets apart from KFC in the one large supermarket we found and that was hardly digestable.
Okay for staying overnight or two days on way up or down Vietnam