Nature

The Global Biosphere Reserve Cham Islands – Hoi An

Cham Islands consists of 8 small islets altogether. They are the Lao (pear), Dai (long), La (leave), Kho Con (small dry), Kho Me (large dry), Tai (ear), Mo (tomb) and Nom (east wind) islands. Moreover, Cham Islands has fishing villages and poetic beaches, stone and coral reefs, hundreds of millions species of tropical seafood. Also View more

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Beach

Quang Nam province has 125 km of coastline with beautiful and clean beaches: Ha My, Cua Dai, Binh Minh, Tam Thanh, Bai Rang.  Sunny but cooled by the ocean breezes, the beaches of Quang Nam have white sand, shallow blue water and average salinity. On clear evenings, the water surface twinkles with the lights of View more

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The National Landscape Site – Phu Ninh Reservoir

Phu Ninh Reservoir has a capacity of around half a billion cubic metres of water, and a surface area of 3.433 hectares with 30 small islands. Surounded by another 23,000 hectares of protected forest, it is considered as “the Green Pearl” in Central Vietnam with majestic mountain, charming scenery, cool climate, and variety of flora View more

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Ban Than reef

Along the coast line of Quang Nam with blue water and white sand, there suddenly emergs a black rock cliff heaping up like coal, it is 02 km in length and 40 metres high, combined with a stone edge to make a unique natural sculpture. From the top of Ban Than, tourists can look out View more

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Hon Kem – Da Dung Landscape

Hon Kem – Da Dung is a scenic area, where the Thu Bon River is bordered by mountains on both sides. This place attracts visitors not only for its beautiful and poetic landscape, but also for the ancient inscriptions left on the sheer rock faces by the Cham. Activities – Seeing the magical scenery. – View more

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The National Park of Song Thanh

Song Thanh National Park is divided into 2 areas: a 93,429 hectare (230868 acre) core zone; and a 108,398 hectare (267857 acre) buffer zone. The core zone is divided into two areas: a preservation only area of 75,373 hectares and an ecological rehabilitating area of 17,512 hectares. Over 830 species of plants were recorded here View more

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Grang waterfall

Grang waterfall has long been an attraction for visitors. Known as “a fairy in the middle of a green forest”, Giang waterfall is like a soft silk strip of fabric which cuts across the wild greenery of the Truong Son Mountain Range. Visitors here actually see the three-floor waterfall, wade in the clear waters, go View more

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Suoi Tien (Fairy Spring)

Suoi Tien Spring includes a chain of 14 waterfalls surrounded by beautiful forest, resembling something from a fairy tale (hence its name). At its beginning is the tallest of the waterfalls, which drops 400 meters down onto large rocks, the sound of which echoes back from the forest, adding to its mystical air. Activities: – View more

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Ecotourism site of Duy Son II hydroelectricity

The hydroelectric dam project was started in 1975 with a capacity of 1,200 kw. The hydroelectric Dam lies on area of high hills, and stands by the poetic green lakes, the stone springs and the casuarina forest. Activities: – Enjoying picnic. – Fishing, rowing on the lake. – Visiting the hydroelectric plant.  

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Suoi Mo (Dream Spring)

Suoi Mo is a beautiful scenic spot with the harmony of stream and waterfall in nature. This place attracts a lot of tourists in summer weekend. There is a sacred temple of Dinh Ba Chua Ngoc nearby. Activities – Going for a picnic – Visiting the temple of Dinh Ba Chua Ngoc. – Soaking in View more

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