Phu Yen is a coastal province in central Vietnam, sandwiched between Binh Dinh Province (Quy Nhon) and Khanh Hoa Province (Nha Trang). Tuy Hoa is the largest and most populous city in Phu Yen, although it has remained relatively obscure to the general public due to the city's government's lack of investment in tourism-related sectors. If you are someone who is constantly looking for new experiences, Phu Yen can give you with some of the most thrilling ones, with all of its old ruins and water sports. There are also surrounding ports, mountains, and bays where visitors may explore a tropical jungle filled with unique and unusual flora and creatures. You're going to experience one of the best holidays of your life at Phu Hoa, with all of the leisure and services available.
Because Phu Yen is beachfront, it has all the qualities of a tropical island that one might want. So, basically, you simply need to avoid the storm season, which occurs every year from September to November, and you'll be good at any time. It has a sunny season from January to mid-August. This is also the time of year when the most interesting local events take place, making it an ideal time for sightseeing. The temperature in Phu Yen is extremely hot from April to May, and when paired with Vietnam's trademark humidity, it is highly recommended that travelers pack sun cream, water, and long-sleeved clothing.