Phan Thiết is the capital of Bình Thuận province, on the coast in south-eastern Vietnam.
Phan Thiet is the political, economic, cultural and scientific center of Binh Thuan province. Not only possessing beautiful natural scenery, this land is also an attractive cultural tourism destination with diverse communities of Chinese, Cham people. Traveling to Phan Thiet, you can not only visit, enjoy the landscapes but you’re also enjoyed many delicious dishes made from fresh seafood.
Each area of Phan Thiet has its own characteristics. The beaches of Ke Ga and Tien Thanh are peaceful and quiet, inviting tourists to swim and relax. There is not much traffic on the roads along the coastline, so walking or riding along the beach is quite peaceful.
Rang beach is the most beautiful beach of Phan Thiet city. It is about 15 km to the north of the city center - under the thick coconut trees that look like the beautiful coconut forest. Hon Rom which is the name of a small mountain is still wild in Long Son hamlet, Mui Ne Ward, Phan Thiet City. It has clear blue water, smooth waves without rocks. In the morning or in the afternoon, you can watch the sunrise or sunset.
Plenty of Phan Thiet’s top hotels are conveniently set within the city center, where travelers can easily visit prominent attractions such as Po Shanu Cham Towers, Van Thy Tu Temples, Sand Dunes of Mui Ne, and Ong Hoang Hill via taxi or motorcycle, or guided tours. If you’re travelling on a modest budget, there are plenty of public buses running from the city center to Mui Ne and Ham Tien Beach throughout the day.
Phan Thiet Central Market is the largest market in the city, where you can enjoy authentic and inexpensive Vietnamese cuisine such as guoi cuon (fresh spring rolls), banh xeo (crispy pancake), and mi quang (turmeric noodles) for breakfast. A must-visit for travellers looking to experience the daily lives of the local population, you’ll see huge crowds shopping for fresh fruits, spices, nuts, meat, seafood, dried foodstuff, and household supplies.