Quy Nhon

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Quy Nhon
Situated roughly halfway between Danang and Nha Trang, Quy Nhon is a quiet coastal town with a curving sandy beach that is refreshingly low-key. It doesn’t get the hordes that visit Nha Trang to the south (the beach isn’t quite as alluring here), and certainly lacks the development that is a feature of Danang’s beaches, resulting in a town that is remarkably unaffected by the unstoppable reach of tourism—note the number of fishing boats that still dot the water here. There are some fine Cham ruins, including the Thap Doi (meaning Double Towers) and Banh It towers, as well as the Long Khanh Pagoda, constructed by a Chinese businessman in the 18th century.
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Qui Nhơn, Binh Dinh Province, Vietnam