Dinh river (also known as Phan Rang Cai river) belongs to the lower part of
Cai river in Ninh Thuan, the section flowing through Phan Rang-Thap Cham city
is 13 km long. It meanders from Lam Cam spillway through Mong bridge, Dao
Long bridge I, II, downstream dam of Dinh river and An Dong bridge down to
Dong Hai estuary and then into the East Sea with poetic beauty...
Some beautiful scenes of Dinh River in Phan Rang-Thap Cham city
1. Lam Cam spillway
Lam Cam spillway in Bao An ward is one of the attractive eco-tourism destinations
of Ho Chi Minh City. Phan Rang - Thap Cham. Coming here, visitors can mingle
with nature, have fun, and freely check in virtual living.
2. Mong Bridge
Mong Bridge is a railway bridge spanning the Dinh River in Bao An Ward, Phan
Rang-Thap Cham City.
3. Riverfront lawn
The lawns along the Dinh River have always been a virtual living spot that has
attracted many young people in recent years.
4. Dao Long Bridge
Dao Long Bridge 1, 2 are two bridges with beautiful scenery and are also the two
main circulation bridges of the people of Phan Rang-Thap Cham city.
5. Downstream Dam of Dinh river
Dam downstream of Dinh river crosses Dinh river, connecting Tan Tai ward, City.
Phan Rang - Thap Cham with An Hai commune, Ninh Phuoc district.
6. An Dong Bridge
An Dong Bridge was put into operation on August 28, 2015. It's located on the
coastal route of Ninh Thuan, connecting Phan Rang - Thap Cham city and An Hai
commune in Ninh Phuoc district, creating convenience for people and tourists to
visit and travel along the coast.
7. Dong Hai estuary
The Dinh River flows into the East Sea at the mouth of the East Sea. Here is
densely populated, the fishing port is bustling with a variety of fresh seafood for
visitors to choose from.
Coming to Dinh River, visitors can feel the ideal space, poetic features of the
most essential and beautiful river in Ninh Thuan, and visit famous tourist
attractions such as Poklong Garai tower and Provincial Museum. Binh Son - Ninh
Chu sea... and vineyards, juicy apples on the banks of Dinh river that few places
Mr Qui - Tourism Promotion Information Center