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VietnamPlus English 1 week(s) ago
The northern province of Lao Cai has put its Hoang Lien National Park on high fire alert, with long-lasting heat posing a serious threat to the region’s forests.
Keywords: ForestsriskLao CaiThan Uyen DistrictLao ChaiBan HoAsean Secretariat
VietNam News English 1 week(s) ago
The northwest province of Lao Cai has placed several forests in the Hoang Lien National Park on extremely high fire alert.
Keywords: Hoang Lien National ParkLao CaifiredryextremelybraceForests
Báo Thanh Niên English 2 month(s) ago
3G coverage now reaches the top of Vietnam’s climbing hotspot Fansipan, dubbed the Roof of Indochina.
Keywords: FansipanSa PaFansipan MountainVinaphonetopstationHoang Lien
VietnamNet English 2 month(s) ago
VinaPhone customers can now access 2G and 3G mobile network services on the Fansipan mountain in the northern Lao Cai province.
Keywords: Fansipan MountainVinaphoneBase Transceiver StationsLao Cai ProvinceHoang Lien Sonaccesssouthwest
VietNam News English 2 month(s) ago
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Keywords: Fansipan MountainBase Transceiver StationsHoang Lien SonsouthwestLao Cai ProvinceVinaphone
Báo Đầu Tư English 2 month(s) ago
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Keywords: Fansipan MountainBase Transceiver StationsLao Cai ProvinceVinaphoneFansipanHoang Lien Sonaccess
VietNamNet Bridge –Hoang Lien Son mountain range in Lao Cai Province had snowfall at an altitude of 2,000 m or more at around 10pm on Saturday, January 9. The snowfall stopped Sunday morning.
Keywords: snowImagesSa PaLao CaiSa Pa Districtlayerthick
SaiGon GP English 2 month(s) ago
The temperature in midnight in the mountain district of Sapa dropped down rapidly under zero degree Celsius, which caused widespread snow falling in the region on January 10.
Keywords: justifysnowThac BacHoang Lien Sontramcenterinfluence
Báo Thanh Niên English 3 month(s) ago
Staff of the mountainous Hoang Lien national park in northern Vietnam have rescued an Israeli hiker who ran out of food after four days lost in the jungle.
Keywords: Lao CaiparkFansipanFansipan MountainQuang VinhHoang Lien National ParkNorthern Vietnam
VietnamNet English 3 month(s) ago
VietNamNet Bridge – Illegal logging in the Hoang Lien – Van Ban national sanctuary in the north is now being conducted underground after local authorities launched campaigns to track down the criminals.
Keywords: Hoang LienLoggerstrailLai ChaupreciousbanCarrying
VietnamNet English 4 month(s) ago
VietNamNet Bridge – Hoang Lien National Park in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai received certificates of Vietnam Heritage Trees for two rare flora species in the park at a ceremony on November 5.
Keywords: parkHoang Lien National ParkFloraSa PaFansipan MountainLai Chau ProvinceRed Book
VOV News English 5 month(s) ago
Hoang Lien National Park in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai received certificates of Vietnam Heritage Trees for two rare flora species in the park at a ceremony on November 5.
Keywords: FloraparkHoang Lien National ParkLai Chau ProvinceRed BookcoreCommunes
VietNam News English 5 month(s) ago
Since the end of last month, the Hoang Lien Son National Park in the northern province of Lao Cai has organised ceremonies to honour tourists who have climbed Mountain Fansipan, Viet Nam's highest mountain.
Keywords: FansipanCeremoniesLao CairouteHoang Lien SontramLate August
Báo Dân Trí English 5 month(s) ago
The Prime Minister has approved a master plan on development of the national special-use forest system through 2020, with a vision to 2030.
Keywords: Special Use ForestForestsImagesTam Dao MountainAs Ha Long BayBa Be LakeHoang Lien Son
VietNam News English 5 month(s) ago 3 duplicate news
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The Prime Minister has approved a master plan to develop the national special-use forest system through 2020 with a vision to 2030.
Keywords: Special Use ForestForestsAs Ha Long BayTam Dao MountainBa Be LakeplanThe Prime Minister
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