Quy Nhon Overview

Qui Nhon city is well known for its beautiful surroundings, Cham temples, and long beaches. The city is an ideal place for those who want to break up a journey between Nha Trang and Hoi An.

The city has great potential for economic growth. It is recognized as a first-grade city with a geo-economic priority and an urbanized infrastructure.

Qui Nhon’s coastline is 42 km in length with sandy beaches, various seafood resources and other natural products. Its natural area approximates 284 km2 with population more than 268 thousand people. The city is divided into 21 administrative units (16 wards and 5 communes) including 04 islands, peninsula and a mountain commune. Nowadays it becomes an industry city of Central Region.

Topography and climate
Quy Nhon’s topography varies with mountains, plains, coastal dunes, and islands. Its climate has two distinct seasons: dry and rainy season. The dry one is from March to December and the rainy season lasts from October to February. The average annual temperature is about 24.5 00C.


Quy Nhon, a coastal city and a resort area, attracts thousands of visitors annually. Tourism becomes a key industry of this city thanks to its ideal weather conditions, long coastline, large and small islands, many beautiful beaches, a lot of scenic spots and historical relics.

Transport system

Quy Nhon port is one of Vietnam’s important gate ports. There are many advantages of road with National Highway 1A, Highway 1D, highway 19 and north – south railway.  Besides, it has waterway and air way as well.

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