Núi Chóp Chài
Núi Chóp Chài, Tp. Tuy Hòa, Phú Yên, Vietnam
About Núi Chóp Chài
Emerging in the middle of Tuy Hoa plain is the mighty Chop Chai mountain 391 m high with a fairly square shape that looks like a towering pyramid. Along with Ba River, Chop Chai Mountain is a familiar symbol of Phu Yen. When you reach the top of the mountain, visitors will see the plain below with the blue sea and the straight fields of the stork.
Attractions near Núi Chóp Chài
Dong Cam Dam is the largest irrigation project in Phu Yen Province , Vietnam. The dam connects Tru Cat mountain, Hoa Hoi commune , Phu Hoa district on the north bank with Qui Hau mountain, Son Thanh Dong commune , Tay Hoa district on the south bank, the dam is 688 meters long with more than 2500 items, large and small, with two channels. It is the North and South main canals that irrigate the whole Tuy Hoa rice area of 220 km²
Mang Lang Church is a Roman Catholic church in Vietnam, Phú Yên Province, 35 km from Tuy Hòa. The church was built in 1892 by French missionary Father Joseph Lacassagne in the gothic style. This place was the native village of blessed Andrew of Phu Yen beheaded in 1644. It is now an important shrine, as Andrew has declared Patron of the youth.
Vũng Rô Bay is a small bay in Phú Yên Province, Vietnam. Vũng Rô is located in the commune of Hòa Xuân Nam, Đông Hòa District, Phú Yên Province, located at the edge of Cả Pass mountains. The bay is the natural border of provinces of Phú Yên and Khánh Hòa.
Thị Nại Port is the second largest port in Bình Định Province, Vietnam. It is located in Hai Cang ward at the eastern tip of Quy Nhơn city. In 2009, 644 tons of goods were handled in Thị Nại Port, of which 113 tons were exported and 3 tons imported.
Ky Co is a beautiful beach which was located in the heart of the Binh Dinh province in Vietnam. The beach is very famous for its white sands and with a beautiful atmosphere. This beach is suitable for several water sports also.
Po Nagar Cham temple complex was built between 8th and 11th centuries by the Cham people who once ruled the central plain of Vietnam. The Cham people, who were Hindu in origin, had their own Sanskrit-based script. They are renowned for their skills in sculpture and architecture and left behind a legacy of artifacts and temple settlements not only in Vietnam, but also Cambodia and Thailand.
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