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These cliffs have a number of hexagonally shaped honeycombs arranged in rows. According to Bui Van Thanh, Chairman of Tuy An District People’s Committee (Phu Yen), these cliffs were discovered when the management of this monument was cleared to expand the area around Ganh Da (An Ninh Dong Commune).

According to Mr. Thanh, the discovery of this new cliff number has added to the famous rock and space playground for tourists and visitors.

Thus, with these findings, the Ganh Da Dia will be expanded with many beautiful cliffs forming numerous hexagonal rocks. This opens the possibility of attracting more and more visitors to the landscapes as well as providing new materials for researchers on creating this unique landscape.

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Peter Kastain is a travel blogger and an explorer based in Hanoi. After spending 2 years traveling around Southeast Asia, he found his love in the culture, landscapes, and people of Vietnam. His goal is to introduce the beauty of Vietnam to people around the world - the beauty which is so special through his eyes


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