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Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 2 week(s) ago
Da Nang City in central Vietnam has led the “World’s Destinations on the Rise" category of the 2014 Travelers’ Choice Awards given by travel site TripAdvisor.
Keywords: Choice AwardsNon Nuoc BeachThe RiseSihanoukvilleTravelerstravelCua Dai Beach
VietnamNet English 1 month(s) ago
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VietNamNet Bridge – This ancient city is taking steps to prevent its Old Quarter and the highly popular Cua Dai Beach from being washed away by climate change.
Keywords: Hoi AnDykesCua Dai BeachconcreteThe BeachOld Quarter
VietNam News English 1 month(s) ago
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This ancient city is taking steps to prevent its Old Quarter and the highly popular Cua Dai Beach from being washed away by climate change.
Keywords: Cua Dai BeachHoi AnThe BeachOld QuarterconcreteNguyen Van Dungalong
Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 1 month(s) ago
A stunning beach along the coastline of a UNESCO-recognized old town in central Vietnam which draws a large number of tourists every year is being eroded by sea water at an alarming rate and could disappear altogether.
Keywords: Cua Dai BeachDykesHoi AnOld TownResortsadverselydamage
VietnamPlus English 1 month(s) ago
Over 200m of steel embankment was completed in the central province of Quang Nam as an urgent intervention to prevent tidal waves from encroaching on Cua Dai beach.
Keywords: WavessteelHoi An CityQuang NamSacksCua Dai Beachjustify
Báo Thanh Niên English 1 month(s) ago
Duong Thi Huong’s restaurant on Cua Dai Beach in the central town of Hoi An hasn't fed a single customer since abnormally fierce waves swallowed the beach beyond its back door.
Keywords: Cua Dai BeachHoi AndikeThe BeachabnormallyWavesHoi An Ancient Town
Báo Dân Trí English 1 month(s) ago 1 duplicate news
The loom of changing sea levels and tides are threatening the central town of Hoi An, and could destroy the UNESCO world heritage site.
Keywords: Cua Dai BeachHoi AnTienphongHoi An CityThe BeachResortsImages
Báo Thanh Niên English 2 month(s) ago
Authorities in Hoi An have warned that rising tides will swallow a third of the central tourist town , news website Voice of Vietnam has reported.
Keywords: Cua Dai BeachWavesHoi An TownHoi AnThu Bon RiverSectionsVan Hien
VietnamNet English 2 month(s) ago
Big waves have washed away about 8ha of public beach in Cua Dai, 5km east of the ancient town of Hoi An, in recent weeks.
Keywords: Cua Dai BeachThu Bon RiverThe BeachswimWavesNatural Resources EnvironmentNguyen Van Hien
VietNam News English 2 month(s) ago
Keywords: Cua Dai BeachThu Bon RiverThe BeachswimWavesawayNguyen Van Hien
VietNamNet Bridge – Just 15km from Cua Dai beach in Hoi An are the Cham islands which is an ideal choice for travelers who are looking for fun in the sun by the sea.
Keywords: Cham IslandCua Dai BeachHoi AnclusterImages
VietnamNet English 3 month(s) ago
VietNamNet Bridge – Rising sea levels over the last decade caused the disappearance of many beautiful beaches and protected forests in the central province of Quang Nam and are now encroaching on coastal residential areas in Nui Thanh district and Hoi An City.
Keywords: Hoi AnCua Dai BeachFloodingDykesNui Thanh DistrictThuan AnDisasters
Báo Dân Trí English 4 month(s) ago
Just 15km from Cua Dai beach in Hoi An are the Cham islands which is an ideal choice for travelers who are looking for fun in the sun by the sea.
Keywords: ImagesclusterCham IslandCua Dai BeachHoi AnCham IslandsTravelers
VietNam News English 4 month(s) ago
The central province of Quang Nam will build a VND15 billion (US$714,000) concrete beach dyke in September.
Keywords: Cua Dai BeachHoi AnConnectingThe BeachbuildResortsconcrete
Báo Thanh Niên English 4 month(s) ago
A Coast Guard unit stationed in the world-renowned ancient town of Hoi An have rescued two Australian tourists who fell into the sea near a resort islet after their boat encountered strong wind.
Keywords: Coast GuardCham IsletHoi AnreportedlyTran Van LanCua Dai Beachoverboard
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