Ly Son Island off the coast of Quang Ngai Province in Central Vietnam is said to be the “azure island” as the seawater is so azure and pure that it gives visitors a feeling of seeing through the seabed. Dip your hands into the water and you’ll feel the coral reefs beneath, it seems!
Samples of basalt and ancient rocks found on mountains and cliffs on the Lý Sơn Islands have shown that there were active volcanoes in the area less than 10,000 years ago, and researchers believe it is possible they could erupt again.
Eo Chim Pass is on the border between Tay Tra and Tay Bong districts in Quang Ngai Province. The pass looks like a silk strip stretching over mountains.
Be (Small) Island in the central province of Quang Ngai has been referred to as the “Maldives of Vietnam” by travel websites or social networks; however, its real name is An Binh.
Fragments of ceramic ware and stone statuary ware from an old shipwreck have been found on an ancient ship found under water near the islet of An Binh, 3km from Ly Son Island in the central province of Quang Ngai.
Experts have called for measures to ensure the sustainable development of Lý Sơn Island in the central province of Quảng Ngãi.
The number of visitors to the island district of Ly Son in the central province of Quang Ngai has so far thí year increased to 140,000.
Authorities of the central coastal province of Quang Ngai have asked the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism to approve an adjustment to the masterplan to develop Ly Son island district into a national tourism area.