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Phu Yen

a Vietnamese province with a varied topography, plentiful natural resources, historic landmarks, enjoys a tropical climate and is most pleasant to explore during summertime

Phu Yen is a province located in the South-Central Coast of Vietnam, bordered by Binh Dinh Province to the north, Khanh Hoa Province to the south, Dak Lak and Gia Lai provinces to the west, and the East Sea to the east. The province has a diverse terrain, consisting of mountains, hills, plains, and a nearly 200km coastline, including gulfs, lagoons, beaches, and islets.

Phu Yen has abundant natural resources, such as Cu Mong and Xuan Dai bays, and O Loan and Vung Ro lagoons. It also boasts several cultural heritage sites, including Nhan Tower, a place of worship for the Cham people, and Da Trang Pagoda. Phu Yen is also home to the Da Rang Bridge, the longest bridge in Central Vietnam.

The best time to visit Phu Yen is between January and March, where temperatures are in their high twenties, and there is little rain. Summer is also a great time to visit as there are fewer crowds on the beaches. However, visitors should avoid traveling between September and December due to the rainy season, which might affect boat trips and outdoor activities. Phu Yen is easily accessible by road, train, or air, with Tuy Hoa City being the largest city in the province.