Explore south central Vietnam on bicycle
A group of cyclists rode 1,000 kilometers along the south central coast of Vietnam in April-May and indulged themselves in beautiful landscapes.

The group led by Diem Dang Dung stopped by bougainvillea bushes for a picture in Ho Tram, a beach area in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau.

Dung (on the far right) and his companions embarked on an 11-day trip to south central Vietnam.

One of the riders on a road in Ho Coc, a beach area also in Ba Ria-Vung Tau.

Dung said there was a strong headwind so it was strenuous to ride the first 50 kilometers.

Ba Ria-Vung Tau is home to the popular coastal town of Vung Tau and Con Dao islands, which were named in a list of nine best "paradise" islands in the world to escape by U.S. Vogue, a fashion and lifestyle magazine, last year.

Cape Ke Ga in Binh Thuan Province’s Ham Thuan Nam District is famous for its pristine beach but with huge rocks.

One of the 

From here, the group rode to Quy Nhon Town in Binh Dinh, the final destination.

It is typically sizzling hot along the south central coast in April and May, which was when the group made its trip.

“Whenever we rode in the day, we would become exhausted quickly because of dehydration,” Dung recalled.main attractions is a lighthouse around 500 meters from shore. Designed by the French during the colonial era, it is the tallest and oldest lighthouse in Vietnam.

Dung had heard about Bai Xep beach in Phu Yen, where famous Vietnamese movie Toi thay hoa vang tren co xanh (Yellow Flowers on the Green Grass) was shot, but it was his first visit to it.

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