Introduction to An Hai fishing village
The beautiful Lang Chai An Hai fishing village is located in Phuoc Dong hamlet, An Hai commune, Tuy An district, Phu Yen province, Vietnam. This fishing village is fortunate enough to be blessed with a pristine beauty that is not available everywhere so visitors are generally pleasantly surprised by the scenic views of the boats moored along the vast golden sand and the clear, blue water where the mossy seaweed and schools of guppies can be seen.
Coming to An Hai fishing village, you will admire the beauty of one of the most beautiful fishing villages in Phu Yen, likened to a pearl of the South Central Coast. You can relax as you immerse yourself in the rustic rhythm of life with the locals here.
Transport to An Hai fishing village
An Hai fishing village is 25 km north of Tuy Hoa city centre, equivalent to about 35 minutes by car.
There are 2 routes leading to An Hai fishing village suitable for 2 types of exploration: Either go straight to the fishing village, or stop at some famous beautiful attractions in Phu Yen along the way. On the way to An Hai fishing village, visitors can visit many other famous sights in Phu Yen such as Ganh Da Dia (about 10km away), the hill in the movie "I see yellow flowers on green grass" at Bai Xep (about 8km away), Mang Lang ancient church (about 20km away) and Hon Yen National scenic spot (about 12km away).
- [expander_maker id="1" ]Getting around the areaOnce in the village you can get around on foot and the beach can be walked along barefoot when its good weather.
Best Things to do in An Hai fishing village
The fishing wharf of An Hai fishing village is a place where much fresh seafood has been caught after a long night. Seafood lovers should definitely take advantage of waking up early in the morning if they want to bring home a basket of fresh seafood to enjoy.
Called a fishing wharf, the scale of operation is not too large because mainly buying and selling here are only local people or traders who buy and distribute to seafood restaurants. You can walk around on the beach of An Hai fishing village to feel the early morning sea breeze as well as buy seafood for convenient preparing at the homestay.
Seafood bought at the fish station should always reach a certain freshness. Local people will steam it, and serve it with lemon fish sauce and chilli according to the recipe of An Hai fisherman's own "quality" to make a delicious Phu Yen dish with an unforgettable taste.
Phu Yen land has a long history and culture associated with many ethnic groups living together for generations. They lived in harmony many centuries ago and contributed to the formation and development of many professions in Phu Yen such as rice farming, shifting cultivation, or fishing.
That long history and spirit of solidarity have created very unique and rich folklore characteristics, from the art of singing statues, hut songs, ba Trao songs, and fishermen's songs to traditional folk songs. rituals, customs, and many unique musical instruments such as double and triple drums, gongs, and small-year gongs of ethnic minorities in mountainous areas.
What’s good to eat in An Hai fishing village?
Coming to Phu Yen, tourists can get lost in the culinary paradise with unimaginable flavours. Here are 15 delicious dishes that we can recommend visitors try when coming to Phu Yen:
- Ocean Tuna Eyes Phu Yen
- Phu Yen Chicken Rice
- Squid noodles
- Oyster porridge
- Chive soup cake
- Banh hoi long heo
- Seafood pancakes
- Grilled spring rolls
- Jellyfish noodle soup
- Chop Chai Goat
- Apricot fish salad
- No thunderstorm
- Grilled corn with fish sauce
- Fish noodle soup
Top Tips for your stay in An Hai fishing village
Phu Yen has many homestays and hotels for you to choose from. However, according to your criteria, you can choose accommodation in the centre or by the sea. Some homestays you can refer to:
- Homestay An Hai is 25km from Tuy Hoa centre to the North. This is actually a small house located right on the beach, where guests can fully feel the seafront location, from the sound of waves crashing to the softness of the golden sand when walking outside your accommodation.
- Chill Homestay, a unique and impressive combination of Cafe & Homestay, is a destination chosen by many young people when coming to Phu Yen. Chill homestay is quite special with quite an impressive decor and the presence of a lot of bamboo.
Phuoc Dong hamlet, An Hai commune, Tuy An district, Phu Yen province, Vietnam.