Cao Bang

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 VietNamNet Bridge – Police on Monday took into custody a man accused of killing four people, including two young children, in a knife attack in the northern province of Cao Bang.

New national park established in Cao Bang

 VietNamNet Bridge – Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has signed a decision to establish the Phia Oac-Phia Den National Park in the northern province of Cao Bang.

This is the season for tasty chestnuts

 VietNamNet Bridge – Trung Khanh chestnuts are one of the nation’s tastiest and meatiest fruits. They have won a following among locals and foreigners.

Cycle tours promote country tourism

 Love cycling? Keen on travelling? Eager to learn about ethnic groups? A 100km cycling tour through the northern province of Cao Bang may satisfy all these desires.

Cao Bang sets clean and tidy example

A familiar worry and anxiety tugged at Hanoian Nguyen Thu Ha as she made her very first trip to the famous Ban Gioc Waterfall in the northern mountainous province of Cao Bang.

Festival in honour of VN’s widest waterfall

 VietNamNet Bridge – A waterfall festival will be held this weekend at the Ban Gioc Waterfall Tourism Complex in Dam Thuy Commune, Trung Khanh District, in the northern province of Cao Bang.

Top notch tea brews a highland recovery

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Land of Heaven, as the Phia Oắc-Phia Đén area in Cao Bang Province was once known before a descent into relative obscurity, is staging a comeback via offshoots of centuries-old tea trees.

Exploring the nooks and crannies of Cao Bang's ethereal ‘Bat Cave'

 VietNamNet Bridge – As a trekking enthusiast who loves exploring the mysterious caves, all the beautiful spots in Viet Nam such as Son Doong, Hang En are still on my to-go list.

Local authorities remain powerless against illegal loggers

VietNamNet Bridge - Larger forestland areas are being cut down year after year but local authorities either turn a deaf ear to the illegal practice or unable to win their fight against loggers.

Vietnam highlands: Rustic charm

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam’s highland regions such as Sapa, Cao Bang, Dien Bien and Yen Bai, look very picturesque with their rustic charm.

An arduous but rewarding journey north

 VietNamNet Bridge – A group of travellers makes its way up to Cao Bang to see one of the country's legendary waterfalls, admiring the scenery along the way.

Social News 2/9

 Online gambling ring handled $18m, Four die of dengue fever in South East Vietnam, Cao Bang, Guangxi youngsters met at friendship festival, Press centre opens for National Day celebrations, Medical workers tested negative for HIV

Illegal gold mining pollutes environment in Cao Bang

 VietNamNet Bridge – Illegal gold mining along the Hien River section flowing through Thach An and Nguyen Binh districts in Cao Bang Province has severely polluted the local environment over the last month.

Thousand-year old cave gives Cao Bang a splendid beauty

 VietNamNet Bridge – Northern Cao Bang Province is home to many tourist attractions like Ban Gioc Fall, Pac Bo historical site, and particularly Nguom Ngao Cave.

Ban Gioc among world’s top 15 amazing waterfalls

VietNamNet Bridge – Ban Gioc Waterfall in Vietnam’s northern Cao Bang Province has been listed among top 15 most amazing waterfalls in the world, according to Thrillist-a leading US food, drink and travel website.

One-day tour to Ban Gioc Waterfall

 VietNamNet Bridge – Standing in front of Ban Gioc Waterfall in the northern upland province of Cao Bang, I think one cannot resist its magnificence.

Nguom Ngao – a jaw-dropping grotto

 VietNamNet Bridge – Nguom Ngao, around three kilometers from the magnificent Ban Gioc Waterfall, is the most famous limestone cave in the northern upland province of Cao Bang.

Discovering Ban Gioc Waterfall and Saigon-Ban Gioc Resort

 VietNamNet Bridge – The newly inaugurated four-star Saigon-Ban Gioc Resort in the northern upland province of Cao Bang boasts fine accommodations and a magnificent natural landscape.

Inbreeding poses risks to ethnic groups

VietNamNet Bridge – Nearly everyone living in Yen Son Commune in Cao Bang Province knows Vi Van Don and his family, though they may have not spoken to them.

Typhoon Rammasun death toll rises to 11

 VietNamNet Bridge – At least 10 people were killed, four injured and two missing after typhoon Rammasun swept through northern mountainous provinces last weekend, according to initial reports.