Pristine beach at Dai Lanh Cape

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Dai Lanh Cape in the central province of Phu Yen is an ideal destination for tourists to spend a holiday of one and two days as it has a pristine beach called Bai Mon, an old lighthouse and other attractions.

Bai Mon is situated at the foot of a hill and favored by many tourists as the white-sand beach is even and lapped by gentle waves all year round. What is more interesting about the beach is that a stream of fresh water flows from the foot of the hill into the sea.

The beach is so stunning that director Victor Vu chosen it as one of the scenes in his latest movie Toi thay hoa vang tren co xanh (Yellow Flowers upon the Green Grass). More people have rushed to Dai Lanh Cape since the production premiered early last month.

Dai Lanh Cape in Hoa Tam Commune, Dong Hoa District is formed from a spur of Truong Son Mountain Range and reaches to sea. It is also known under other names such as Nay Cape and Ba Cape.

Dai Lanh Cape is 35 kilometers away from Tuy Hoa City and the shore at the cape is regarded as one of the most beautiful sections of the coast in central Viet Nam.

In addition to Bai Mon, Dai Lanh Cape is home to a lighthouse built in 1890.

Visitors to the cape can ask the management of the lighthouse for an overnight stay at VND80,000 (US$3.57) per person and the cost comprises a dinner.

Source: SGT