SECOMM company trip 2019, a journey to remember
In the ending stage of all projects, we do appreciate our Secommers with their every single contribution. 2019 has officially ended in the vibes of “WORK HARD, PLAY HARDER”, also finished with a memorable trip to Phu Yen.
Said hello to Phú Yên at 7:30 a.m, we had gorgeous moments to enjoy the crisp, fresh air at the railway station then followed the way leading to Mang Lang Church. The church stayed about 30km far from Tuy Hoa City to the north, was a Roman catholic construction built-in 1892 with two bells at the peak and the cross in the middle. Classic scenery created a fantastic background in many photos of us.
On the same route, we continued moving to Da Dia Reef (or Ganh Da Dia in Vietnamese). Everybody needed to walk along a small path from the entrance gate to come to see the basalt rock area.
As the Phu Yen natives, that rock structures seemed like a giant beehive with stacking pillars from various shape-rocks, from circular looks to polygonal appearances.
In the next stopping-place, we chose to go for a walk together at the famous coastal land that appeared in the film “Yellow flowers on the green grass”.
For ending the day-one-journey, we went to Nhan Tower in the evening. There was no particular expectation for that place, but its beauty truly caught our eyes. The tower looked mystic and fanciful under the warm light by night and was shining in the middle of the high land.
We went back to the hotel then joined an exciting game show. It was a puzzle game for the three teams. However, what made it challenging to play was that the topic not only focused on everyday work but also on other areas of life.
The atmosphere was getting more intense towards the end, and the winner finally came out to gain the worthy prize. Above all, the award could not be as crucial as the memorable moments we spent together.
On the second day, we spent the whole morning to discover the easternmost of Vietnam – Dai Lanh Cape. Walking on a small path leading to the Cape with lots of stairs, we also caught the view of Mon Beach. It was a small beach surrounded by mountains, white sand, and clear water. What a picturesque view!
It was then lunchtime, and we continued to drive to the eco floating rafts at Vung Ro Bay to eat all kinds of seafood.
In the evening, we continued to travel through the inner-city at night and bought some souvenirs, then took time to relax and prepare for the flight back to Sai Gon the next morning.
Goodbye, Phu Yen!