Previously, this twin tower (20m building and 18m building) was severely destroyed. However, by 2008, it was restored to its original shape and architecture.
Tips: If you love photography, visit the Twin tower in the morning to avoid backlighting.
Quy Nhon is a beach city, so don’t leave this place without enjoying delicious seafood dishes.
There are plenty of small restaurants along Xuan Dieu street that you can stop by, or you can visit a seafood street – Ngoc Han Cong Chua – and sample some of the finest dishes.
We stopped at Oc Hao Hao for one night and had some delicious oysters. Each oyster only cost 5,000 VND, and they were tasty!
Learn the history at Binh Dinh Museum
If you’d like to learn more about the area, visit Binh Dinh Museum!
This museum preserves historical and cultural artifacts of the land and people of Binh Dinh through historical periods from the early centuries of BC to recently.
It displays unique and rich collections of artifacts such as the Collection of prehistoric pottery of Sa Huynh, Han pottery, Canh Duc Tran pottery, Champa pottery, Ly – Tran pottery, and Binh Dinh pottery.