Fri, 08/14/2020 09:36:44
News for keyword :Quang Binh
Stretching an impressive 20km, Khe Ry Cave in Quang Binh province's Phong Nha - Ke Bang Complex has been officially declared the world's longest river cave.  
Central Quang Binh Province is celebrating the 10th anniversary of UNESCO's recognition of Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park as a World Natural Heritage Site.
On H2H’s fourth day, a 68km ride from Quan Lao to Tinh Gia, the sunny heat of the previous three days was replaced by dense overcast. Much of the leg would be spent on National Highway 1, which stretches the length of the country and is notoriously dangerous. I wasn’t looking forward to the hurtling, honking trucks and buses that ...
Day two of H2H 2013 got off to a warm, humid start. We stretched as a group at Hoa Binh’s stadium before setting off under an overcast sky. The day’s ride was shorter than the first, at 60km, but it included the first significant hill as well – a 260 meter ascent over 5.5 kilometers. As amateur cyclists we were ...
Editorial's note: Having taken part in H2H twice, I feel that it is a unique experience that has deepened my understanding of Viet Nam, which I have called home for over two years. I have had the opportunity to see parts of the country I would've never visited otherwise and get a more 'real' experience than is often available in ...
The People's Committee of the central province of Quang Binh has approved an experimental adventure tour to Son Doong Cave suggested by Howard Limbert, expert of the British Cave Research Association.
Some tourist guides working in the Phong Nha-Ke Bang tourism centre in the central province of Quang Binh yesterday discovered, quite by chance, an ancient jar inside the Phong Nha grotto.
The People’s Committee of Quang Binh Province has just signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with ZETA Group Holding, a real estate investment organization from the Republic of Korea, to build an international leisure center at the Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park.
(TITC) - In the recent years, travel trend to ethnic minority villages has become popular, especially with international tourists and young people. Because of visiting there, tourists will discover unspoiled natural landscape and learn about many traditional culture features.  
Nature has bestowed a diversity of natural landscapes on Quang Binh with plains, mountains, lakes and islands. The province is located at the intersection of the north-south railway, Highway 1A, and the Ho Chi Minh Highway as well as roads connected to Laos. Quang Binh has many advantages and the potential for diversified and sustainable tourism development.
In June, the tourism month on caves discovery will take place in Quang Binh to promote local tourism products to domestic and international tourists and call for investment to social-economic development in the province. This is an activity of Quang Binh province responding to the National Tourism Year of the North Central Coast - Hue 2012.

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