2. Hon Kho
If you are looking for a wild place with a road through the sea, a virtual wooden bridge, Hon Kho - Quy Nhon is the right choice. Hon Kho (also known as Cu Lao Hon Kho) is one of 32 islands near the shore of Binh Dinh province, located about 16 km from the center of Quy Nhon city. This is the rockiest beach, always clean, and retains its inherent natural beauty. Hon Kho welcomes large waves crashing into the cliffs during the rough sea season and then releases white foam-like sea flowers. The best season for you to visit this place is from March to September, and you will be living in nature with green grass, freshwater cracking from the cliffs.
Hon Kho Island is sparsely populated, mainly fishers, so this place has a wild landscape of natural beauty. Interspersed between the rocky outcrops jutting out into the sea are many smooth and attractive sandy beaches. Visiting Hon Kho Island, there are two interesting experiences that visitors cannot ignore: diving to see corals under the sea and conquering the rocky mountains on the island. In addition, the seafood here is also attractive to visitors with fresh, seasonal seafood with different ways of cooking. As its name suggests, Hon Kho Island is very dry, with no green trees and no attractive leaning coconut trees, but has a strange charm, attracting many young backpackers.