The Quy Hoa leprosy village just south of the city is also very interesting and easy to reach from the road connecting Bai Xep to Quy Nhon. The T11 bus goes from the top of the village to Quy Nhon City for 9,000/person; taxi costs up to 200,000 Take a 3-hour boat tour to the nearby islands to enjoy snorkeling and roasting sea snails.
In a land area of 16,194 square kilometers, Quy Nhon diocese occupies a territory on the southern central part of the country, comprising three provinces of Binh Dinh, Phu Yen and Quang Ngai. Quy Nhon city, capital of BInh Dinh province, is the see of the diocese.
Quy Nhon was allowed by the Government to upgrade from a provincial town to a city level. At present, the City covers an area of 216,44 sq. km, from Binh De Pass in the North to Cu Mong Pass in the South, with a population of 250,000 inhabitants. The local area, relating to Sa Huynh Culture (dating back to 2,500 B.C), had been the capital of the Champa Kingdom for five centuries and the native land of many talented and famous personalities.
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Long Khanh Pagoda is located at 141 Tran Cao Van Street, Le Loi Ward, Quy Nhon City. Located in the center of the city, Long Khanh Pagoda is one of the largest Buddhist centers of Binh Dinh, is where the worship place of Buddhist and tourist attractions for visitors coming to Quy Nhon City.
Long Khanh Pagoda was built on village land of Vinh Khanh, Quy Ninh in about 1715. The mid-eighteenth century, Quy Ninh was changed to Quy Nhon, by the end of the 19th century village of Vinh Khanh was renamed to Cam Thuong village, Tuy Phuoc district, Quy Nhon.
Quy Nhon is famous for beautiful landscapes such as Genh Rang (Gềnh Ráng), Bai Trung beach (Bãi Trứng) where Nam Phuong queen used to bath, Trung Luong beach, Han Mac Tu tomb – a famous poet living in the beginning of the 20th century, and many more other places.
Everybody seeking more information about the city can do in the provincial museum, collecting information from Cham ages to the wars with France and the USA. South of Quy Nhon there are several most pristine beaches, e.g. Queens Beach, which's name refers to Emperor Bao Dai's wife that enjoyed this beach pretty much.
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Bordered with hills on one side and South China Sea (or East Sea as the Vietnamese like to call it) on the other, Quy Nhon is endowed with picturesque landscapes and sun-kissed beaches. The beachfront stretches right from Quy Nhon port to the hills and is easily accessible.