Ly Son Island
Ly Son Island is 26 km (14 nautical miles) from Sa Ky Port. The island is known as the Garlic Capital of Central Vietnam. There are traces of the ancient Sa Huynh and Champa cultures on the island. The local people live by farming and fishing. There are several beautiful spots on the island such as Cave Pagoda, An Hai Village temple, Hoang Sa Museum, and two volcanic mouths Gieng Tien and Thoi Loi.
My Khe Beach
My Khe Beach is one of the best beaches in Quẚng Ngãi. It is about 8km long with fine, white, and smooth powdery sands. Behind the beach is a green poplar forest with age of 15 - 20 years, creating a green space of hundreds hectares running along the internal tourist area. My Khe Tourist Resort is located in this area. There are several food stalls erected along the beach, catering mostly to locals. This beach has yet to experience the rapid developments that plagued other resort areas in Vietnam.
My Lai Massacre Memorial Museum
A memorial to 504 victims killed in 1969 by US forces in the My Lai incident. The site is a solemn place and also the main reason foreign visitors choose to stop by this province.
Sa Huynh Beach
Sa Huynh is a beautiful beach with clear water and salt. Sa Huynh is also called Sa Hoang, means "gold sand" as the color of the sand is not white like some other places but is a glittered yellow sand. A popular stopover location for travelers to spend a few days on the beach, bordered by coconut groves and rice paddies, before continuing their journey.
The Long Wall of Quang Ngai
A version of the Hadrian's Wall. Discovered in 2005, the Long Wall of Quang Ngai is a majestic architectural construction that still remains in its original state. Built over 500 years mainly with stones and earth, with an average high of 2 m, the wall spans over 113km with several forts, roads, and military depots. The Wall was constructed in the early days by the Viet settlers when this region was Vietnam southern frontier. It later was upgraded and fortified by the Nguyen Emperors. The wall was built to regulate trade and defense with the hostile Champa civilization in the south.
Thien An Mountain
Squared in shape likes a seal hence the name Thien An (Heaven's Seal). This small mountain is revered by the locals as a spiritual place. A three-century-old pagoda sits near the top and at the summit is the tomb of the region's famous anti-colonial hero Huynh Thuc Khang.