Ancient waterfall, Duc Thanh school, Ho Chi Minh museum, Ong pagoda, Mui Ne, etc. are exciting destinations in Phan Thiet.
Phan Thiet is a center of finance, economy, and culture of Ninh Thuan province, about 180 km from Ho Chi Minh city in the northeast.
Shimmering ancient waterfall by night is one of legendary views for photographers in Phan Thiet by night.
Duc Thanh school in the center of Phan Thiet where teacher Nguyen Tat Thanh (a name of Uncle Ho at the age of 20) taught in 1910 before moving to Saigon.
Ho Chi Minh museum is a store to keep exhibits of teacher Nguyen Tat Thanh.
Quan De temple was built in 1778. It is the biggest work of Chinese community in Ninh Thuan province.
Van Thuy Tu pavilion was built in 1762 to worship the Whale for favorable weather.
Phan Thiet has many religious shrines to pray for peace of fishermen, traders or people who settled in this coastal region.
Doi Duong beach or Doi Duong park is one of beautiful beaches in Phan Thiet city.
Phu Hai fishing village is located under the foothill of Ba Nai, adjacent to Mr. Dia stock cape and white sand.
In early peaceful morning, fishermen relax after a long journey.
Cham tower is a relic in Phu Hai ward, Phan Thiet city.
Mui Ne paradise with green rows of coconut, white sand, sea waves, etc. creates a romantic natural landscape for tourists.
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