The Mui Ne Hill: Spreading over much of the area of Bình Thu and growing in scale, Mui Ne is one of the largest sandy paradises in Vietnam. Because of the worn wind, blowing the thin sand above so the terrain here is constantly changing, rich over time. That’s why the Mui Ne is known as the Flying Sand Hills. Photo: Lam.nhinguyen.
Despite the serious desertification and slumbering phenomenon of the coastline, the Nose has always been a refuge for young people who are passionate about photography because of the virtual life background “without dead corners”. Among them, Bau Blanc is one of the main attractions and tourist attractions. Photo: Quynh Anh.
Built from iron mines that have existed for hundreds of years, the sand hills in this area have 18 different colours like yellow, white, pink, red… This is also the material for making unique sand artwork. Under the bright, brilliant sunshine, the scenery of nature appears glowing, dreaming with the sandy trees stretching out with a glancing eye under the high, blue sky. A lot of young people don’t regret being on the street wallet like in Hollywood movies. Photo by Tramynguyen129.
Mui Dinh Sand Hill: Moving from the center of Phan Rang – Cham Tower (Ninh Thuận) about 30 km south, the scenery appears before your eyes are golden sand, clipping rock mountains, creating space mysterious, deserted, strange attractive. Photo: Le Ha Truc.
Once a desert, deserted place, the main scene in the film Tribal Footprints has been attracting more tourists in recent times because of the fictional beauty that appears on every picture. Besides, what many people enjoy in the sandy hills of Mui Ne is the unforgettable experience of walking around the desert in a local lawn machine. Photo: Le Ha Truc.
Mui Doi Sand Hill: On the sunny South Central strip, the sand hill is one of the favourite paths of many skiers on their journey to the conquest of the Eastern Patriotic. Crossing the sandstones in hot weather is really a tough challenge for anyone. But when you stop and look at the wilderness, the blue sea, the yellow sun, all the fatigue of the journey seems to disappear, instead it’s a sense of breaking up and enjoying the beauty of nature. Photo by Noodlet287.
Nam Cuong Sand Hill: About eight kilometers southeast of Phan Rang, the Nam Cuong Sand Hill is an undeveloped tourist spot. Per it’s the charm and the mansion that’s attracted many visitors. You can experience the feeling of walking on a slick sandy hill so that soon tomorrow, the sea wind dissipates the empty footprints left. Photo by _iamkoo5.
The best time to visit the Nam Cuong Sand Hills is between 5-7 and 15-18 hours every day. At that time, the wind was mild, the sand was as cool as it was, the air was more pleasant. Multi-layered sand hills, joined together, stretched out to the coast of the East Sea, with sight to the legendary mountains of Cha Bang. The flowering of nature has created a unique work of art for the Cham people living in the countryside. Photo: Anna.annabella.
Phuong Mai Sand Hill: Being one of the most beautiful sandy hills in the Central, located next to the beach of Li Nhon Dream, Phuongng Mai is an interesting stop if you have the opportunity to visit the land of peace. Here, every moment brings a different beauty. When the sun rises at its peak, you will be able to admire a glowing yellow, glittering or shaded landscape on a beautiful sandy hill. Photo: Dip_db.
Đồi cát Quang Phú (Quảng Bình): Ngoài những địa danh nổi tiếng như động Thiên Đường, suối nước Mọc, sông Chày hang tối… Quang Phú là thiên đường cát lý tưởng để check-in, sống ảo tuyệt vời cho những người yêu thích nhiếp ảnh. Đến đây, bạn sẽ bị cuốn hút bởi vẻ đẹp tĩnh lặng, hoang sơ mà chẳng kém phần quyến rũ. Ảnh: Thùy Linh.
The particular attraction of the tourists is the magical change in the color of the sand over time here. White sand covered this place in an early dawn. When the sun rises, the sand becomes yellowish, and when it gets dark, it turns gray-white. Photo by Trang Le.
The continually changing sand pebbles, bending like sea waves, stretching like silk carpets flying in the wind on a hill about 10 meters high, lowly winding the blue tattoos of rough bushes, the falling brown of dry branches… All created a magnificent, vast sandy paradise, attracting visitors when visiting Quang Binh. Photo: Truong Hoang Mai Anh.