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Da Dia Reef is structured with a surprising geology, including bountiful rocks in disparate shapes: circular, pentagonal, hexagonal or other polygonal looks. They are stacked together in a heap or fixed in pillars like plates overlapped each other. After surveying and testing sample, the geologists...More
You pay a small fee and walk a few 100m to see the unusual rock formations. Beautiful walk , can walk along the cliff. Beaches nearby looked amazing so would combine it with going to one - also a Catholic Church dating back to 1892...More
Amazing! It took an hour motorbike/scooter ride from our homestay Joy House in Tuy Hoa city to this Cliff (on Google Map, we can see its pin location as Da Dia Reef, in Tuy An district) The entrance fee is 20,000 VND (less than $1)....More
So beautiful and impressive. The sun rises really early so you should leave Tuy Hoa around 6am and reach Da Dia Reef around 7am-8am. The sunlight is always enough for beautiful pictures even in cloudy days.
This was one of the coolest things I have seen in Vietnam. I had no idea that Vietnam had volcanoes until I read about this on Wikipedia! The area itself is very beautiful and it's a short hike around. You can see people fishing in...More
It is a rugged rocky place. The stones are arranged in the form of stacked layers stacked on top of each other. The scenery here is beautiful but not too special and the place is too small and crowded.