4 Beautiful Rock Formations Along Vietnam’s Coast

While Phu Yen’s cliffs of stone plates (Ghềnh Đá Đĩa) may be particularly unique, we dug up a few other rocky beauties along Vietnam’s coast.

Da Nhay Beach, Quang Binh

This clean, beautiful beach is highlighted by the striking rocky cliffs stretching along it. These vary in shape (e.g toad, tiger, elephant, etc.), and the stones on Da Nhay Beach also change color depending on the seasonal tide.

Da Nhay Beach, Quang Binh
Da Nhay Beach, Quang Binh

There is a well in a nearby cave called Hang Coc (Toad’s Cave) which can only be entered by crawling through a toad-shaped rock. Who’s in?
Ghenh Rang, Quy Nhon Province

Hoang Hau (The Queen) is a shore full of egg-shaped stones which also includes the tomb of Han Mac Tu – a talented but unfortunate poet who died from leprosy.

Ghenh Rang, Quy Nhon Province
Ghenh Rang, Quy Nhon Province

Ban Than Reef, Quang Nam Province

This black reef stands out from the blue sea into which it protrudes and the overhanging Ban Than Cliff consists of layers of overlapping rocks of different sizes and shapes. Stretching 2 kilometers, Ban Than Reef creates a magnificent sight where land meets sea.

Ban Than Reef, Quang Nam Province
Ban Than Reef, Quang Nam Province

To Vo Stone Arch, Ly Son Island

Arching over the seascape of Ly Son Island is To Vo stone arch is a result of millions of years of volcanic activity. People on Ly Son Island call it Heaven Arch. It’s easy to see why.

To Vo Stone Arch, Ly Son Island
To Vo Stone Arch, Ly Son Island

Source: thanhniennews.com

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