In addition to marine tourism, historical culture, and types of spiritual tourism in Binh Dinh have also been developed, including the Ecotourism and Spiritual Tourism complex, which has become An attractive destination, attracting tourists with beautiful scenery and values imprinted with Vietnamese culture.
Located on a marvelous land, immature green, leaning against the Ba mountain range firmly, in front of the East Sea four seasons of the waves; right on DT 639 route going northeast of the province; and Highway 19B connecting Phu Cat airport to Quy Nhon City, Linh Phong eco-tourism and spiritual complex (with an area of nearly 64 hectares, in Nui Ba, Cat Tien commune - Phu Cat district) will create Impressed with visitors when coming to Binh Dinh.
The highlight of the Linh Phong ecotourism and ecotourism complex is the statue of Sakyamuni Buddha with a height of 69 m, including the base of the statue is 15 m high, all of which are reinforced with reinforced concrete on the spot. . The Buddha image sits on a lotus throne, halfway up the mountain, at an altitude of 129 m above sea level, overlooking the East Sea, leaning against the highest mountain in the Nui Ba relic complex, this is considered a statue Buddha is the tallest seat in Southeast Asia. At the foot of the statue is the Center for Buddhist sermons and the Arhat corridor, the Buddhist library and the Xa Loi Buddha museum, where visitors come to worship and worship.