The village itself is lovely, you can see the everyday life of fishermen and families. Off the beaten track, no big crowds of turists which allows the area to retain its authenticity. That said the locals seem not to take care of their beautiful beaches where you can see rubish everywhere. It's difficult to swim without seeing plastic bags, plasters and even take away boxes.
This is a lovely little fishing village. On a small peninsula in beautiful Quy Nhon bay, this is an operating fishing village and offers heaps of interesting insights into how shrimp and other small fish are caught and marketed. Have you ever seen a beach swept? Go there. In the middle of the village is the communal fresh water well and every household has its own pump. Amusing to watch the villagers switching over the power from one to the other. All around the well is street food. The main 'street' is about 1.5 metres wide - doesn't stop the motorbikes. Truly delightful and worth a visit.