NHAN TRACH FISHING VILLAGE, QUANG BINH

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Quang Binh, Vietnam is always a bright spot when choosing a tourist destination. In Quang Binh, visitors can always enjoy fresh seafood: squids, shrimps, fishes, .. Especially, visitors also have the opportunity to capture the scene of the early morning fishing village directly at the seashore. Therefore, Nhan Trach fishing market is now a new […]

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Quang Binh sailing performance to take place on the Nhat Le River

On the afternoon of July 13th, the Provincial Association of Tourism held a Quang Binh sailing performance 2016 featuring 15 European-style catamarans, 20 crystal kayak boats, water-powered motorcycles and canoe paragliding. The event, the first of its kind in the province, runs from July 13th to 20th on the Nhat Le river in Dong Hoi […]

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SON DOONG CAVE – THE WONDER OF WONDER

Son Doong Cave – The Wonder Of Wonder The nation’s reputation as an attractive tourist destination continues spiraling upwards in the eyes of international tourists, and this heightened image is spilling over into positive reports by the international mass media. In the first half of this year, many Vietnamese tourism sites were cited by the […]

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MOOC SPRING

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MOOC SPRING, PHONG NHA, QUANG BINH The Mooc Spring eco-trail is located by 20 minute going by car from Phong Nha cave. After visiting the beautiful caves of Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park Heritage, The Mooc Spring eco-trail is an ideal and most rational destination for visitors. “Mooc Spring” means unknown stream which is suddenly erupted […]

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PHONG NHA – KE BANG NATIONAL PARK

PHONG NHA – KE BANG NATIONAL PARK Designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2003, the remarkable Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park contains the oldest karst mountains in Asia, formed approximately 400 million years ago. Riddled with hundreds of cave systems – many of extraordinary scale and length – and spectacular underground rivers, Phong Nha […]

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Phong Nha and Around

Phong Nha and Around By the end of a trip to Vietnam, you may well be sick to death of caves – especially once you’ve been around Ha Long Bay – but if you see just one on your travels, make it Phong Nha, an otherworldly cavity only accessible by boat. It’s a whopping 8km long, […]

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