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March, 28 2014 09:22:32

Phu Yen to focus on natural charms

Phu Yen will focus on developing tours that take in both its marine and mountain attractions this year, according to the central province's Tourism Association.

Its most popular attractions include Da Dia stone reef, Bai Mon beach – Mui Dien cape, Bai Xep beach, Vung Ro bay, and Chop Chai Mountain.

Phu Yen can count among its advantages the facts that its sightseeing sites allow free entry and that local food is delicious and inexpensive.

It hopes to attract about 750,000 tourists this year, including 77,000 foreigners. The number was around 600,000 tourists last year. — VNS


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