The breakwater of Dung Quat Bay is made of giant stone with 3 ends like petals stacked on top of each other and jutting out into the middle of the sea, like a giant arm in the afternoon sun.
Dung Quat Bay, also known as Vung Quyt (Quang Ngai Province), is divided into two small bays. A bay with an area of 132 km2 extends from Thanh Long mountain to Co Co cape, more than 20m deep and 1 bay connects Son Tra sea mouth to Co Co cape, with an area of about 7 km2, from 6 to 20m deep.
The burning lawn in Tra Khuc River caused many people to “rush” to ask for an address
In particular, the small bay, surrounded by the Nam Tram mountain range, is more poetic, so it was chosen as a place to build a cluster of ports for oil and gas, containers, trade, services… and oil and gas industrial parks. , food, steel rolling … Therefore, this place is always crowded and bustling with people visiting.
In addition, Dung Quat Bay also owns a breakwater with a length of 1.6km – the longest dyke in Southeast Asia with giant stone embankments with 3 ends like petals stacked on top of each other and reaching out into the middle of the sea. like a giant arm in the afternoon sun.
It is not too difficult to reach the breakwater of Dung Quat Bay. From the center of Quang Ngai city, visitors move to Dung Quat beach and from here can rent a canoe to go to the bay.
Welcoming you will be the image of an empty, wild but beautiful beach, the sparkling white of the sand and the floating clouds. Therefore, Dung Quat Bay easily won the sympathy of tourists to Quang Ngai.
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