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Dinh Huong Island

Dinh Huong Islet or Lu Huong Islet (means Incense Burner Islet in Vietnamese) is located about 6 kilometers from Bai Chay Tourist Wharf. It can be found on the way to Thien Cung Cave and Titop Beach, at the southwest of Dau Go Island. The islet consists of only one huge stone in the shape of an incense burner, . When the tide is low, tourists can see its four pins underneath.

A incense burner in the middle of the sea
Dinh Huong Islet or Lu Huong Islet (means Incense Burner Islet in Vietnamese) is located about 6 kilometers from Bai Chay Tourist Wharf. It can be found on the way to Thien Cung Cave and Titop Beach, at the southwest of Dau Go Island. The islet consists of only one huge stone in the shape of an incense burner, whose four pins beneath only visible when the tide is low.

Another pieces of Viet imagination
With such shape in the majestic setting of turquoise waters and layers of faraway mountains, the islet feels like a limestone incense burner dedicated to national heroes who died to protect the country. Its fascinating shape is not only attracts visitors but also made the appearance on the nation’s 200.00 VND bill as another proof for the rich and beautiful imagination of Vietnamese people.

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