Located on the most beautiful national sea route in Vietnam, Thanh Long Bay is the focal point connecting a number of significant infrastructure projects such as the Dau Giay - Phan Thiet Expressway and Phan Thiet airport, making it easy to travel with nations in the region and throughout the world via Long Thanh International Airport within 1 hour

As the largest airport in Vietnam in the future, Long Thanh International Airport will open up a new development space for the region, create new mainstays, and promote a new economic structure.

Highway DT719B is a strategic route of Binh Thuan province in exploiting the potential of coastal tourism in La Gi, Ham Thuan Nam, and Phan Thiet cities in the present and the future.

Phan Thiet Airport with a capacity of 2 million passengers a year is expected to help Phan Thiet - Binh Thuan become a tourist destination for tourists who love to explore the central seas.

As an expressway project that receives a lot of expectations, Dau Giay - Phan Thiet Expressway is expected to be deployed in 2020 to enhance traffic capacity, shorten travel time and be an important economic lever. important area of ​​Phan Thiet - Binh Thuan.

From Thanh Long Bay, it is easy to connect with a series of attractive tourist destinations such as Ta Cu mountain peak, Bung Thi hot spring, Ham Thuan Nam primeval forest, Ke Ga cliffs and especially the hundred-year-old Ke Ga Lighthouse and more. Last but not least, it also a chance for travel lovers enjoy rich cuisine and many beautiful landscapes, bringing them a journey of discovery more interesting than a mere resort.

The green mountain on the right hand side (649m) as you are about to approach Ham Thuan Nam area on Highway 1 from Saigon is the focal point in the same-named nature reserve. At an altitude of 475m, there is Linh Son Truong Tho, an old pagoda with a 49m long statue of Buddha entering Nirvana. Visitors can climb to a height of 500m to observe the Buddha statue - the largest reclining Buddha in Asia which is impressive in its state of relaxation.



Ke Ga, a famous lighthouse which was built in 1899 on a small island (about 5 hectares), broad lies 500m from the shore. The lighthouse is 35 meters high plus 30m high of the island. Ke Ga is well-known for Vietnam's highest and oldest lighthouse, with a sweeping radius of 40 kilometers. A spiral staircase of 183 steps may be found inside the lighthouse. Greeting the sunrise and watching the sunset over the sea from the top of the lighthouse is a truly lyrical experience that no one should miss if they visit this area.



As the coastal area of Ca Hai lighthouse, Ke Ga is also known as Khe Ga.This is how some people explain the name: In the past ,wild hens used to come down to this gap to drink water when the forest in Ham Thuan Nam was near to the sea. When the French created the map, they wrote it as Ke Ga, which led to others misreading it as Ke Ga. Ke Ga Island is situated in a stunning sea of jade blue water with pristine white sand beaches. With a surface area of just over 6 hectares, the island is fairly small, yet there are plenty of intriguing things to see. Hundreds of antique historical trees, some of which are more than 100 years old, may be seen in all shapes and sizes.



A form of sauna (trekking or cycling to sweat) in the center of a primeval or special-use forest, a new and unpopular therapy in Vietnam, but variable in many areas of the world, is not a rain shower but a form of a stream bath in the forest. Trekking through the jungle is required to reach the mountain temples. With almost 1,200 kinds of higher plants (36 endangered species) and 454 animal species, Ham Thuan Nam primeval forest on the scale of about 1,000 hectares is one of the world's most important coastal biological zones (with 5 species of wild animals). Tourists visiting the forest must be cautious and gentle, not littering, and not disturbing the woodland's endangered living communities.



The Bung Thi hot spring is located within the Ta Cu natural reserve. Bung Thi woodland, a swampy area with many grasslamds and sedges growing, is a favored spot for many trekkers. A unique spring with both hot and cold water can be found here. Visitors can boil eggs with pink yolks in the hot springs, where the temperature is around 70 to 80 degrees Celsius, and then splash, bathe, and laugh freely in the cold water side. Visitors can take a boat or a self-built raft up and down the rivers, providing numerous amazing experiences.