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WHAT IS SPECIAL ABOUT VISITING THE SITES OF VIET NAM’S NATURAL BEAUTY?

Sự phong phú của Việt Nam bao gồm phong cảnh thiên nhiên và nhiều dân tộc thiểu số khác nhau. Sau nhiều năm chiến tranh đất nước nay hiện nay là nơi hòa bình cho khách du lịch

Vietnam’s diversity includes both natural landscapes and many different ethnic groups. After years of war, the country is now safe and secure for travel.

DIVERSITY – SAFETY

Vietnam’s diversity includes both natural landscapes and many different ethnic groups. After years of war, the country is now safe and secure for travel.

Viet Nam is a long “S”-shaped country bordering the Eastern Sea. Vietnamese describe their country as two large baskets of rice hanging from a carrying pole made of bamboo. The two “rice baskets” are The Red river Delta in the north and the Mekong Delta in the south. The “carrying pole” is the Truong Son mountain Range in the narrow center of the country. Vietnam’s history of land reclamation, land protection, and irrigation for wet-rice cultivation extends back many centuries. These practices among the majority ethnic Kinh (Vietnamese) as well as among some of the ethnic-minority group created a special tie to land and tradition of both self-determination and a strong local community.

Vietnam is famous for natural landscapes, history, and tourism
Terrace- one of the Vietnam’s natural beauties

The Vietnamese people’s love for their country arises from the sacrifice they and their ancestors made as they blazed trails through the dangerous Truong Son mountain Range and over Ngang Pass in Quang Binh Province, The Hai Van Pass in Thua Thien – Hue Province and The Ca pass in Phu Yen province. Tourists visiting Vietnam’s many fascinating sites will be even more intrigued if they delve beyond a given site’s natural beauty to study its history a

(Vietnamese version is in “Tài liệu du lịch trong nước” category)

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