Dung Quat Bay
Dung Quat is a deep bay located in the northeast of Binh Son district, Quang Ngai province. It is in the tropical monsoon area impacted all year round by 2 major winds: the north-east and the south-west. Dung Quat bay is subdivided into 2 bays: the large bay and the small one. The large bay is protected by a low rocky mountain range while the small bay connects Son Tra entrance with Co Co mountain cape. Moreover, the small bay has been area to avoid danger for boats in the previous storms.
In this bay, there will be a deep seaport and an industrial zone built (a deep seaport and an industrial zone are going to be built in this bay)
Buon Don Hunting Village
Buon Don – a village of Tay Nguyen people being far about one hour of driving car from Buon Ma Thuot town is homeland of incomparable elephant hunters and tamers in Southeast Asia.
From the past centuries, Buon Don and other highland villages of Dak Lak have been transnational elephant trading centers.
Coming to Buon Don, tourists will not only be tasted hunting pleasure but also make acquaintance with sturdy young men and smart, dutiful and loyal elephant herds.
Lang Co Fishing Village
Being a very white sand cape projecting on the deep blue water surface, Lang Co peninsula is the most spectacular place.
The beach with immeasurably high coconut palms cheering in the sea-breeze makes tourists, even the fastidious ones, want to halt for a short rest to pass a sultry afternoon.
Waves are lapping on the seashore and fishing boats are standing at anchor in the bay. Although fishing is still the major industry of this area, now tourism is quickly retaking its position.
Hanoi’s Old Quarter
Hidden behind small by-ways and lanes in the north of Hoan Kiem Lake is the metropolitan center of Vietnam – Hanoi’s 36 ancient street districts. A series of small streets, narrow long houses, family factories, noisy and bustling streets and lively life...