Update news Quang Binh
Hidden away in the woods and giant limestone mountains of ‘the land of caves’ in Quang Binh Province, Tien Cave (the Cave of Fairies) is an almost ‘anonymous’ destination that has yet to be featured on tourist maps.
VietNamNet Bridge – This central province, known for its beaches and cave system, including the world's biggest cave, Son Doong, is seeking government approval to develop 10 golf courses along its coast.
VietNamNet Bridge – About 50 kilometers from Quang Binh Province’s Dong Hoi City in the central region, the Chay River and Toi (Dark) Cave are an exciting destination for those who love adventurous activities.
VietNamNet Bridge – After leaving the army, Nguyen Thanh Tu returned to his hometown, wholeheartedly tendered and protected wild langurs from hunters in mountainous village Thiet Son, Thach Hoa Commune, Tuyen Hoa District,
VietNamNet Bridge – The Bru-Van Kieu residing in high mountainous areas of Quang Binh Province have created several singing genres, dances, and musical instruments.
VietNamNet Bridge – A severe drought, believed to have begun last year, was likely to continue till the middle of September throughout central Viet Nam,
VietNamNet Bridge – Phong Nha Ke National Park in the central province of Quang Binh has announced the release of six rare mammals and two turtles.
A new tourism transport route connecting Vietnam’s central Quang Binh and Laos’ Khammoune and Thailand’s Nakhon Phanom and Sakon Nakhon provinces became operational on February 28.