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Phu Quy Island in pristine condition

 VietNamNet Bridge – Lying in central Vietnam, about 103km from Phan Thiet City, Phu Quy District is an ideal tourist destination for holiday-makers as it houses 10 small islands,

An island of rich culture, picturesque sites

 VietNamNet Bridge – Phu Quy Island off mainland Binh Thuan Province is a must-visit destination to tourists thanks to its rich culture and beautiful scenes of mountains and beaches.

Aspiring mountaineers choose scenic route up Ta Cu Mountain

 VietNamNet Bridge – A lot of people may find the Ta Cu Mountain a strange place to be on, but in reality it makes for an attractive climb.

Peaceful moment in Cau Islet

 VietNamNet Bridge – Cu Lao Cau or Cau Islet which is 110km away from Phan Thiet City is attractive to tourists thanks to its primitive landscape of sun, sand and wind.

Illegal loggers fight forest guards

 VietNamNet Bridge – Once wary of local authorities and forest guards, loggers in the southern provinces of Lam Dong and Binh Thuan are growing increasingly defiant.

Phu Quy islands offer tranquil getaway off the tourist track

 VietNamNet Bridge – Located 103km from Phan Thiet City in the central province of Binh Thuan, the Phu Quy island district has become a destination for visitors who love exploring the wild.

Pictures: Majestic lakes amid sand dunes in Binh Thuan

 VietNamNet Bridge - Dark clouds in contrast with white sand dunes creates a beautiful spectacle and grandeur landscape in Bau Trang (White Lake) in Phan Thiet City in the central province of Binh Thuan.

Family donates sea, island papers

 VietNamNet Bridge – An old family with connections to the last Vietnamese dynasty yesterday (Aug 4) donated precious documents on Viet Nam's sovereignty over the sea and islands to the State.

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A day at Vinh Hao fishing village

VietNamNet Bridge – The south-central coast province of Binh Thuan is famous for its picturesque, sandy beaches and tranquil seaside resorts. Travelers to the region who want more than just a sunny escape can choose to venture to the humble,

Burning rubbish, man dies of bomb explosion

 VietNamNet Bridge – A man in the central province of Binh Thuan was killed on Monday when a landmine in the field he was farming exploded.

HCM City leads charge on tourism

 VietNamNet Bridge – HCM City authorities have signed a tourism co-operation agreement with 30 cities and provinces so that it can promote inter-regional tourism.

Green tourism in Mui Ne

 From a desolate coast with red sand dunes, Mui Ne has now become the green tourist centre of Phan Thiet City, Binh Thuan Province.

Port project stops, resort projects kick off

 VietNamNet Bridge – The 12 resort investors have all announced they would resume the projects’ implementation after the Government nods on the cancelation of the Ke Ga Port project in Binh Thuan province.

Vietnam wins $3.7b investment case

VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam has won its first international case related to investment, according to a Ministry of Justice statement released yesterday, March 4.

Vietnam wins $3.75 billion int'l court case

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam has won a high profile lawsuit in which South Fork Ltd Company of the US sued the Binh Thuan provincial People’s Committee for an indemnity of US$3.75 billion for costs and expenses it spent on its project.

Binh Thuan titanium land: miners get ore, people get dust

The sand dunes along the coast through Bac Binh and Ham Thuan Nam districts of Binh Thuan province, which were greened with the diversified floristic composition, have become bare, patchy because of the “titanium rush.”

Co Thach - 100-year-old pagoda by the sea

VietNamNet Bridge – The south-central coast province of Binh Thuan is known for its stunning beaches. However, the location is also a popular destination for pilgrimages to Co Thach, a unique pagoda located on a rock cliff

Binh Thuan loses case against foreign-owned firm

 VietNamNet Bridge – A wholly-foreign company has just won a lawsuit against Binh Thuan People’s Committee, which could set a precedent for other foreign investors to follow when facing administrative barriers in project development.

Primitive Ganh Son beach draws adventurers

 VietNamNet Bridge – Those who have a chance to visit the central coastal province of Binh Thuan should pass by Ganh Son to enjoy its primitive and unique landscape with a range of red and orange creations and pure white beach.