Located in the central province of Nghe An about 18km from Vinh city, Cua Lo beach is one of the most popular destinations for both local and foreign tourists, especially during the summer.
Vietnam’s beauty appears on National Graphic through pictures featuring its friendly people and magnificent landscape.
Many beaches in Vietnam are mentioned in Forbers’ and CNN Go’s lists of the most beautiful beaches in the region, including An Bang, Sao (Star), Bai Lu and Quan Lan.
Stretching 192km along the coast, the southern province of Binh Thuan boasts great potential for tourism development, especially sea tourism - the most popular in Vietnam.
Many visitors to Vietnam have been impressed by the unique beauty of the scenery.
According to the customs of the Muslim Cham people in Binh Thuan Province, after finishing a burial ceremony, the family of the deceased holds a worshipping ritual (“phathi” in the Cham language) at home for three consecutive days.
The sand dunes in the central province of Quang Binh often remind people of blazing sun, hot, dry westerly wind from Laos to Central Vietnam and flying sand. However, they also create wonderful landscapes.
The 2009 Divine Farmer Award was presented to 10 outstanding farmers in Hanoi on January 31.
With its inviting beaches, blue waters and bright sun, Mui Ne has been one of Vietnam’s top tourist attractions for more than a decade.
Japan has promised to grant 534 million JPY (roughly US$5.6 million) for an afforestation project on sand dunes along Vietnam’s southern central coastal region.
Low rainfall over the past months has caused the water level in the Red River running through Hanoi to drop to a 100-year record low of nearly 1m, badly affecting agricultural production and transportation on the river.