Binh Phuoc

Binh Phuoc serves as both a gateway and a bridge connecting the Central Highlands with the Mekong Delta and Cambodia. The climate of Binh Phuoc is divided into two distinct seasons, the rainy season from May to October and the dry season from November to April of the following year. Binh Phuoc is most beautiful in spring, from late December to January of the following year. During this time, the sun shines brightly, and the rubber forests turn golden orange. Interspersed among the yellow of the rubber forests are vibrant cashew gardens. In early March to April, coffee flowers begin to bloom white.

Binh Phuoc also boasts a rich and diverse ecosystem of primary forests and various ethnic cultures. This is the key "Specialty" for developing the tourism industry in Binh Phuoc, driving the economic development of the province. Speaking of the tourism potential of Binh Phuoc, three types of tourism must be mentioned: ecotourism in natural forests, aquatic tourism, homestay tourism, and cultural, historical, and folk belief tourism.

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