Yang Bay, an interesting destination for children

Tuesday, 26/07/2022, 23:30 [GMT+7]

Yang Bay, an interesting destination for children

2022 is considered a year for tourism. Summer is the time for families to travel. Yang Bay Tourist Park is an interesting destination for children this summer.
 
Yang Bay Tourist Park with an area of 570ha is located in the middle of a spreading valley in Khanh Vinh district, Khanh Hoa province. Away from crowded and noisy streets, children can explore colorful nature with vast forests, white waterfalls, murmuring streams and experience unique games.
 
 
Yang Bay waterfall
Yang Bay waterfall
 
At Yang Bay, the children can see and hear the legend of a 500-year-old Moc Than tree, the spiritual symbol of the Raglai people. People often send wishes according to the red silk or yellow silk hanging from the tree.
 
 
Moc Than tree
Moc Than tree
 
Families can walk around Yang Bay together by horse-drawn carriage, immersing themselves in the cool nature with shady trees and listening to the chirping birds among the mountains. Children can also try to ride horses. Yang Bay also has an animal garden for the children to feed deers or see and learn about the lives of animals such as monkeys, wild boars, sheep, pythons, peacocks, ostriches, crocodiles, etc. Children will be surprised by the excitement of the animal world around them.
 
Coming to Yang Bay, children can play a lot of new and unique games, from folk games like pig racing, cock fighting, etc. to "unique" games that can only be found in Yang Bay like bottle-feeding fish, fishing crocodile, riding ostrich...It will be fantastic experiences for children.
 
 
Dinosaur statues at Yang Bay Tourist Park
Dinosaur statues in Yang Bay Tourist Park
 
Besides, visitors can bathe in the cool water of Yang Bay waterfall, take a relaxing dip in the hot mineral pool and take a mud bath with your family.
 

 

Mud bath in Yang Bay
Mud bath in Yang Bay
 
A special feature only in Yang Bay is preserving and vividly reproducing the traditional culture of the Raglai people. Visitors can learn about the culture of the Raglai people through traditional costumes, stilt houses, dances, and sound of the mountains and forests through their musical instruments. Moreover, visitors also can play various musical instruments and join the dance team like real dancers.
 
Summer is a time for the whole family to get together. Experiencing interesting activities in the fresh nature, along with the companionship and guidance of parents, will help children to have funs, learn many useful things and bond with family.
 
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