Admire the stones stretching endlessly and beautiful scenery as a picture in Yen Cliff

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Near Ly Son Island, in Binh Hai Commune, Binh Son District, Quang Ngai, Yen Cliff is a little known place and still has the original beauty.

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At the Yen Cliff, stones are stretching endless, so you can see the rock everywhere. Next to the wave is the forest. The scene is beautiful as a watercolor picture.

Good place for Paparazzi

According to people in Binh Hai, Yen Cliff always has the wind to make a howling. Perhaps thanks to the sound, the canaries come here to build nests a lot. In the spring, they gather together and fly over the sky.

Spending one day in Yen Cliff, the tourist will have different levels of emotions of nature. In the morning, the sea breeze blows violently, the waves pound on rocks to form the high waves.

At noon, the waves are softened. When the sun goes down behind the poplar forest, it is the time the wave is down and the reef gradually appears. This is also the time when fishermen come back home.

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Yen Cliff does not bring the beauty of golden sand stretching sand beach, but is strong by the stack of black stones. There are many different scenes here.

In the south, the Yen Cliff has 30-meter high rocks, stretching for hundreds of meters. In the north the rock stretches like a giant carpet. However, the middle of Yen Cliff is the place for the rock and sand combination.

Although Yen Cliff has long been a good place to take photograph of professional cameramen, but few tourists know this landscape, only about 20km from Highway 1. Thanks to that, so far, the Yen Cliff still preserves its wild beauty.

Admire Ly Son and the coral reefs

Yen Cliff has a resemblance to Ly Son, which is formed by volcanic eruptions. Standing from the Yen Cliff, the tourists can see clearly Ly Son island. In the morning, the scene of dawn in the Yen Cliff is very beautiful. The sunlight far away is blocked by Ly Son Island. Dang Binh, a fisherman in Ly Son, asserted: “No location in the mainland see Ly Son clearly as here.”

There are also large coral reefs in Yen Cliff. No diving, just wearing glasses and putting your head into the water, you will see the coral reefs and small fish swimming. Ashore, behind the poplar forest is a terraced field cultivating garlic and green onion.

The photographer Dang Quang Binh said, “This is a paradise for photographers and wedding photographers. Only the garlic field is enough to attract visitors. “

Coming to Yen Cliff, tourists can combine to learn about the tunnels Thanh Thuy and visit Van Tuong Victory Museum to mark a heroic moment …

Dr Nguyen Dang Vu, director of Quang Ngai Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, said that the department is coordinating with Binh Son district to complete the dossier to add the sediment into the global Ly Son geological park and other surrounding areas.

Being like the “fairy island” in the middle of the sea, immense with jade blue water, Ly Son Island will definitely be a destination for visitors to feel excited.

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Ly Son is an island district of Quang Ngai province, located about 30 km from the shore, with an area of ​​nearly 10 km2 and a population of over 20,000 people. Ly Son Island has left an unforgettable impression in the hearts of visitors with its warm sunny days, the clear beaches and the extremely friendly people.

Ly Son Island consists of 3 islands: Big Island, Small Island and Mu Cu Islet. Big Island is also called Cu Lao Re, which is the center of Ly Son. Small Island is also known as An Binh. Mu Cu Islet in the east, close to Big Island, is the smallest and uninhabited island.

The most suitable time for visitors coming to Ly Son is the following three times:
• Summer, from June to September, the weather is nice and sunny, suitable for seaside.
• Ly Son garlic season starts in September and the garlic is harvested around early December
• The Hoang Sa soldier’s festival takes place on March 18-19-20 (on lunar calendar)

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