Binh Ngoc remains relatively untouched by mass tourism, making it an incredibly peaceful destination. Visitors can go camping, picnicking and swimming.

Binh Ngoc ward was known as an ideal destination for visitors if they are looking for a place pristine beauty, peace and clarity for a weekend getaway.

Binh Ngoc ward was known as an ideal destination for visitors if they are looking for a place pristine beauty, peace and clarity for a weekend getaway. The ward far away from Mong Cai city around Eastern 10km, which make the impression for tourists with its breathtaking beauty and fresh atmosphere. Rows of tall, green casuarinas line the spacious, clean concrete road, as if welcoming you. On the green grasslands, buffaloes leisurely graze, and white storks stand silently, waiting to catch flies.

Binh Ngoc ward view from above

Binh Ngoc is one of the key tourism routes in Quang Ninh Province, namely the Ha Long – Mong Cai – Binh Ngoc – Tra Co route. Along this route, visitors can explore attractions such as Mong Cai Market, Mong Cai border gate, as well as sites in Tra Co and Binh Ngoc. These sites include communal houses, ancient pagodas and offer opportunities for swimming in the sea as well as visits to Sa Vi Cape and Ngoc Cape.

Binh Ngoc Beach stretches over 7km with boasts fine white sand and offers clear blue seawater throughout the year. During low tide, cars and motorbikes can drive close to the water’s edge and enjoy the rare superb beauty.

One of the highlights of Binh Ngoc is a road flanked by tall, green casuarina trees.

In addition, there are a lot of options for tourists such as camping, picnicking and swimming when they travel to Binh Ngoc. One of Bình Ngọc’s highlights is a road flanked by tall, green casuarina trees, which is known as the most poetic road in Móng Cái, for the memorable experience of cycling along it, drawing in the fresh, cool air while admiring the lush green surroundings.

An interesting experience named “A Day as a Fisherman” in Binh Ngoc

When exploring the beautiful and pristine natural landscapes, visitors can join the experience known as “A Day as a Fisherman” on Đá Đen Beach. This unique sea tourism product allows participants to immerse themselves in the life of a real fisherman, venturing out to the sea to pull nets, catch seafood, and prepare and savour traditional dishes in the manner of coastal residents.

Amidst the green trees and refreshing breezes carrying the distinctive salty tang, tourists will embrace a serene atmosphere of the vast ocean.

While visiting Bình Ngọc to appreciate its stunning scenery and engage in exciting activities, it would be a mistake to overlook the local cuisine. Bình Ngọc is renowned for its abundance of delicious seafood dishes, including shrimp, crab, fish, squid and snail.

Da Den beach in Binh Ngoc

To the east of Binh Ngọc at the foot of Ngoc Mountain, a picturesque arc unfolds with natural wonders like the Dá Den area, Vung Che area, and Ngoc Son Beach. Dá Den, nestled at the foot of Ngoc Mountain, is adorned with numerous black rocks resembling the fingers of Ngoc Mountain reaching out to embrace the beach.

Unlike other areas in the border city, Binh Ngoc exudes an unusually peaceful and quiet ambiance, evoking the sense of returning to a tranquil countryside. Apart from its natural blessings and beautiful landscapes, Binh Ngoc is also rich in cultural traditions and historical relics associated with the history of building hamlets and villages. It reflects the distinctive cultural features of fishermen in the northeast sea. Notable landmarks in Binh Ngoc include the Binh Ngoc Communal House, Thanh Hoang Temple and Ganh Ut Temple.

The most unique is the hundred-year-old Binh Ngoc Communal House, dating from the establishment of Binh Ngoc Commune in the early 20th century. This communal house serves as a testament to the area’s ups and downs throughout history. It is a place that bears witness to the historical process, conquering nature and exploring the borderlands.

Source: Vietnam News

Chung nhan Tin Nhiem Mang