Quy Nhon can be reached by air through Vietnam Airlines flights. Every day, there are domestic flights Ha Noi, Da Nang, Ho Chi Minh to Quy Nhon. Train and motorbikes from Hue, Nha Trang, Phu Yen are also preferable.
It has two seasons: wet and dry. The wet season is from October to February while the dry season is from March to December. It’s best to visit this port city during the dry months to better appreciate the sights and enjoy the beaches.
Quy Nhon has a couple of attractions worth seeing and one of them is the Binh Dinh Museum. The right gallery is devoted to the struggles of the local Communist Party during the Vietnam War. The centre gallery features items from the French Colonial period and the left gallery showcases Cham sculptures.
Thap Doi- Cham Towers is another Quy Nhon attraction. It is unique because of the number of towers as well as its location. Most Cham towers are in odd-numbered groups and usually found on the hilltops, while this one consists of only two towers and is located in town. Anyone would be impressed with the relief on the sculptures since they are still in good shape after all these years.
As a port city, Quy Nhon has a bountiful supply of seafood. Naturally, there are dining establishments that serve the best catch from the sea.