Ke Ga Cape
Ke Ga Cape
Ke Ga Cape is featured by pristine scenery, pure blue water, weird-shaped stones and an imposing old lighthouse, located in Ham Thuan Nam District, Binh Thuan Province. It's nearly 20km from Phan Thiet eastward.
The most fascinating thing in Ke Ga is a large area of rock like a “rock garden” with thousands multi-shaped cliffs and stones.The name Mui Ke Ga (Ke Ga Cape) was born by the rocks that gradually encroaching on the sea and no one do know any magic hands accidentally arrange them into the shape of the head looks almost like chicken’s head. The water flowing around rocks that looked like clouds floating strip hugging the mountain.
Like other beaches along the coastline of Central Region, Ke Ga beach is highlighted with white sand stretch, pure and warm water, super gentle wave and especially scattered cliffs lying along the sea. You can swim, wander along the seaside, stay overnight and take BBQ part on the beach or go fishing with locals.
One feature in this destination is Ke Ga Lighthouse – the tallest and oldest existing lighthouse in Vietnam in particular and in Southeast Asia in general. Ke Ga Lighthouse was built on the top of Ke Ga Island which designed by a French architect named Chnavat. Ke Ga Lighthouse stands imposingly on the highest peak of Ke Ga with the height of 60m. From this height, you can a vast expanse of sea and sky as well as a large area of mainland. Sometimes, at some moments, you cannot distinguish the boundary of sea and sky. The most beautiful time to visit the lighthouse is at sunset, when you can enjoy fantastic scenery with splendid colors.