The journey along Vietnam’s coastline is picturesque.
A windswept island connected to the land via a strip of sand.
Standing tall on the island is Vietnam’s oldest lighthouse which was built in 1899. It is made entirely of imported granites.
One of Vietnam's busiest fishing ports, Phan Thiet is a hive of local activity.
One custom that I found particularly compelling is whale worshipping. According to Vietnamese fishermen, the whales and their kin are luck bringers.
A popular beach destination, not far from Phan Thiet.
This coastal land boasts two majestic sets of sand dunes: the Red Sand Dunes and the White Sand Dunes.
The legacy of Champa Kingdom is vivid in this coastal town.
It closely resembles an enclave of Cham people, with the largest Cham community in Vietnam residing here.
Nha Trang is best known for its magnificent beaches
The city features a sweeping crescent of soft yellow sand. It embraces the aquamarine bay dotted with several tropical islands.
Po Klong Garai Towers - a masterpiece of the Champa kingdom.