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January 29, 2022, 1:37 am

Binh Hung Island - a blue paradise off Cam Ranh Tin ảnh

(16:05:08 PM 19/08/2014)
( - If someone looks for a primitive landscape to relax or discover the untouched beauty of nature, Binh Hung Island off Cam Ranh City is highly recommended.

The hotel-less island is an ideal place for excursionists to set up camps to freely swim, see corals, enjoy fresh seafood and indulge in the crystal blue water and primitive surroundings.

Binh Hung Island, about 30 kilometers by road from Cam Ranh City and then about 10 minutes by boat, has stunning beaches, crystal-clear water, lobster farms and giant rocks. The centenarian Hon Chut Lighthouse is also a must-see destination in Binh Hung where tourists can take a panoramic view of the island.

A panoramic view of Binh Hung Island is seen from Hon Chut Lighthouse

The sunlight upon Binh Hung Island

A fishing village in Binh Hung

Local farmers do their work with seafood on Binh Hung Island


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