Fodor's Expert Review Phuong Mai Peninsula
Across the seemingly endless Thi Nai bridge (the second-longest sea crossing in Vietnam) is a vast, dusty landscape, which at first seems nothing more than industrial, but take the road south and be rewarded by delightful, traditional fishing villages. The village of Eo Gio is the most accessible, but just like Bai Xep, the "streets" are nothing more than tight, winding alleyways. This peninsula isn't the easiest to find your way around, so unless you're confident on a motorbike, inquire at the hotel first. Enabling Google Maps on your phone will also be helpful.