Lang Biang biosphere reserve seeks UNESCO recognition

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Lang Biang biosphere reserve seeks UNESCO recognition

VietNamNet Bridge – Authorities in Lam Dong province are taking the final steps to complete their report on the Lang Biang biosphere reserve which will be submitted to the UNESCO for recognition in September.

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Mangrove forest conservation measures proposed

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Mangrove forest conservation measures proposed

Urgent measures are needed to conserve mangrove forests, which have been rapidly disappearing in the past few decades, experts said at a forum organised in Ca Mau Province last Friday.

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Gao Giong oasis in Dong Thap

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Gao Giong oasis in Dong Thap

VietNamNet Bridge – Visiting Gao Giong, tourists will not only hear the birds singing in the trees, but also see fish thrashing underwater and white storks flying over their heads.

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Japan to ease visa rules for Vietnam

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Japan to ease visa rules for Vietnam

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Social News Headlines 20/6

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Japan to ease visa rules for Vietnam

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Climate change starts to take its toll on Mekong Delta region

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VietNam News English 2 month(s) ago 1 duplicate news

The effects of climate change are increasingly upon Viet Nam, especially in the southern provinces.

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Two Vietnam provinces shrug as they're swallowed by the sea

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Báo Thanh Niên English 2 month(s) ago

Every year, from October to April, northeast winds kick up waves that swallows houses, shrimp-ponds and beaches in the southern provinces of Ben Tre and Tien Giang.

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Idyllic Thung Nham mangroves offer bird watching paradise

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Idyllic Thung Nham mangroves offer bird watching paradise

VietNamNet Bridge – At dusk, we take a boat to the mangrove forests of Thung Nham Bird Park and wait for the flocks to return to their nests after a hard working day.

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A fascinating insight into Thai fishermen’s life

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A fascinating insight into Thai fishermen’s life

(VOV) - Located 330km southeast from capital Bangkok, Nam Chieo village in Trat province offers community-based ecotourism services at reasonable prices.

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Top-5 tourist attractions in Vietnam’s southern Bac Lieu Province

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Top-5 tourist attractions in Vietnam’s southern Bac Lieu Province

1. Cong Tu Bac Lieu’s House

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Myanmar launches more mangrove forest rehabilitation project

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Myanmar launches more mangrove forest rehabilitation project

Myanmar has launched one more project of mangrove forest rehabilitation in Kadonkani forest reserve in Ayeyawaddy delta region with more cyclone shelters to be built there, official media reported Monday.

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Ca Mau Cape - south end of the S-shaped land

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VietnamPlus English 3 month(s) ago

Located in the south end of Vietnam, Ca Mau Cape in Ca Mau province is a place that every Vietnamese aspires to travel to at least once in their life. Besides the symbolic meaning, the attraction of Ca Mau Cape lies in its staggering beauty.

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HCMC to organize World Environment Day

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SaiGon GP English 3 month(s) ago

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee are working the plan to organize World Environment Day (WED) June 5 in HCMC.

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Social News Headlines 29/4

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Social News Headlines 29/4

Bridge wiped away, hamlet isolated

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Coastal regions ravaged by flood tides

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Coastal regions ravaged by flood tides

VietNamNet Bridge – Rising sea levels caused by climate change and offshore land exploitation for building hydroelectricity plants are threatening the safety of the locals and Ba Dong Beach.

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